Tite’s side lost their last group game to Cameroon while using their second-string players. For this fixture against the Koreans, they are expected to field their best players, although Neymar’s availability remains in doubt. However, Alex Sandro is likely to miss out on this one as Brazil look to march to their sixth title on the world’s biggest stage.
Qatar 2022: How you can bet and win on Brazil vs South Korea
Brazil and South Korea lock horns in the round-of-16, as both teams look to make it into the last eight. We have brought you the best tips and odds from Bet9ja to help you win some cool cash from this game.
It was a rollercoaster ride for South Korea during the group stage, as they only made it into this round via goals scored after being tied on points and goal difference with Uruguay. Despite being the underdogs, South Korea would fancy their chances against Brazil, as we have seen several giant-killings already in this tournament.
*The odds were correct as at time of posting
HT/FT: Draw/Brazil Win @ 3.74 odds on PulseBet
Betting code: 8R8N0Q6U
Brazil are favorites to win the World Cup, but it has not been easy for the Selecao to break down teams so far. The "favorite" tag means teams will naturally sit back and keep a tight shape against them. In their three games so far, they have been level at halftime with no goals scored and have gone on to win two of those games. With their first XI expected to be back for this fixture, Brazil are favorites to win, but we expect a first-half draw as well.
1st Half Correct Score: 0-0 @ 2.89 odds on PulseBet
Betting code: YPLRGUDW
Brazil’s three games at the 2022 World Cup have seen the score at 0-0 by halftime, and we expect this trend to continue against South Korea. The Koreans have been level at halftime in two of their three games so far, with one of those being a goalless first half.
Vinicius Junior @ 2.82 odds on Bet9ja
Betting code: RLUX8JLT
Vinicius Junior is yet to score in Qatar 2022, but we are backing the Real Madrid winger to open his account against South Korea. Having had his goal against Switzerland ruled out for a Richarlison offside during the build-up, the pacy winger is edging closer to bagging a goal.