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Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction, Preview, Stream, Odds, & Picks

Both Won on Their 2022 World Cup Debut

Clear Message

Brazil had no trouble fulfilling its role as a betting online favorite against Serbia despite one of its top players downed with an ankle injury, sending a clear message to all other title contenders. As for Switzerland, the Red Crosses faced more resistance, but in the end managed to tame the Indomitable Lions. Now, the winner of this match could seal its ticket to the Round of 16.

Let’s check the latest World Cup odds, stats, injury reports, and World Cup lines for Brazil vs Switzerland. We’ve plenty of World Cup betting odds for you to consider.

Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction, Preview, Stream, Odds, & Picks
Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction, Preview, Stream, Odds, & Picks

Brazil vs Switzerland Betting Lines

Brazil: Richarlison Leading the Way

To be honest, I thought Brazil was going to suffer a bit more against Serbia. Nevertheless, the Verdeamarela dominated the game and won comfortably. The final score was 2-0 but trust me, it could have been a lot more.

The South Americans won possession with 59% and ended up taking 23 shots, nine on target. On the other hand, the Eagles only took five shots, none on target. Even so, the first half ended 0-0. In the second, Richarlison took a step forward and fulfilled a childhood dream by scoring a brace in soccer’s grandest stage. The second goal was a beauty:

The bad news is that Neymar suffered an ankle injury, which is why he’s not expected to play against the Swiss. Besides being a talented player, Neymar is a leader, so he will be missed. The good news is that the Verdeamarela has talent to spare, especially on offense. Gabriel Jesus, Antony, Rodrigo, Pedro or Gabriel Martinelli, any of them can replace No. 10.

Let’s not forget about the defense. The Verdeamarela finished with a clean sheet in 6 of its last 10 games. That’s right, they have it all.  That’s why since 1994, they’ve advanced at least to the Round of 8 in each edition of the WC.

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Switzerland: Not Afraid

Switzerland also began the WC on the right foot after defeating Cameroon 1-0. Like Brazil, the Red Crosses also won possession with 51%, but curiously enough, the Indomitable Lions finished with two more shots on target.

There was another curious story. Breel Embolo, who scored the winning goal, didn’t celebrate. His place of birth was Yaounde, Cameroon, so what he did was apologize. He will lead the attack once again and trust me, he’ll celebrate like crazy if he scores against Brazil.

The Red Crosses aren’t afraid for one simple reason. Prior to the start of the WC, they faced three great teams in Portugal, Spain and the Czech Republic. They defeated all three with a 5-2 aggregate.

That and the +550 price that they’re offering in the sportsbook makes them a tempting underdog. There’s also the fact that Brazil hasn’t been able to defeat Switzerland in the WC. In 1950, they drew 2-2. Four years ago, they drew 1-1.

Brazil vs Switzerland Match Information

  • Match: Brazil vs Switzerland
  • Date: Monday, Nov. 28
  • Time: 11 a.m. ET
  • Location: 974 Stadium, Doha
  • Brazil vs Switzerland Live Stream: fuboTV

Brazil vs Switzerland Picks & Prediction

  • Is it Worth betting on the Moneyline?

I think so, yes. Brazil is offering a -200 price, which isn’t that high. After all, we’re talking about the soccer betting favorite to win the title. Plus, the Verdeamarela has 16 straight games without losing. As if that wasn’t enough, they only allowed three goals in their last 10 games in all competitions. In other words, the Jogo Bonito also includes good defense.

  • Is it Worth betting ATS?

Again, yes. Brazil is -1 at -120, which is lower than the moneyline. That means the Verdeamarela must win by two goals, which is likely. Seven of their last eight victories were by two or more goals.

  • Is it Worth betting on the Totals?

Not really. I expect Switzerland to play like Serbia, which means the Red Crosses will rely on the counterattack. That also means Brazil will have to work very hard in order to score the opener. Therefore, I don’t expect the total to go over 2½ goals. I do expect Brazil to score over 1½, but you would need to invest $150 to win $100. That’s $30 more than with the spread.

Score Prediction: Brazil 2, Switzerland 0

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