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Brazil's superb recent run at home means that they can secure quarterfinal qualification with a win here against Venezuela.



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Match preview 🏆 

Brazilian fans are impatient at the best of times, but the atmosphere at their opening game was so bad that it almost became the focus of the night. Every player was asked about the boos and the long silences after the game, and Daniel Alves admitted that he expects better support in Salvador against Venezuela. "The energy there is different," said the experienced PSG man.

The Seleção won both of the last two meetings between these sides (in World Cup qualifiers) in comfortable fashion, Brazil to win and under 3.5 goals is a solid option, considering that it has paid out in six of Brazil's last 11 since Russia 2018. 

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Brazil could have a different look here, especially if Arthur recovers from injury to start in the engine room. He would give them more thrust in central areas, and help get Philippe Coutinho into dangerous areas quicker; this would aid to speed up their build-up play which was slow against Bolivia. Brazil coach Tite is expected to persist with a double midfield pivot of Casemiro and Fernandinho, and Gabriel Jesus could come in for Roberto Firmino at the sharp end. 

Newcastle striker Salomon Rondon will lead the line for Venezuela as they look to use his tireless work-rate to hit Brazil on the break wherever possible.

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