Brazil v Switzerland
Brazil v Switzerland Odds
The table below shows which sportsbooks offer best odds for a Brazil win (H), a win for Switzerland (A), or the match being drawn (D). Click MORE ODDS to compare odds from more sportsbooks.
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NB: Brazil v Switzerland odds correct at the time this page went live and are subject to change. Last updated: GMT 03:58 17/06/2018.
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Brazil, who hosted the last World Cup back in 2014, take on Switzerland in their opening match of the competition on June 17th at the Rostov Arena.
Brazil and Switzerland haven’t met in the World Cup since 1950 when the match ended in a 2-2 draw, and the last time these teams met, Switzerland secured a 1-0 victory in a 2013 friendly.
Brazil, the favourites to win the World Cup at most sportsbooks, are also the front runners to win their first match despite Switzerland being ranked 8th in the World by FIFA.
Brazil qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar following 9 wins in a row, and have continued their exceptional form in the pre-competition friendlies they've played.
If they maintain the form that saw them beat Germany 1-0, Russia 3-0 and Japan 3-1, it won’t be suprising if Brazil go on to claim their 6th World Cup title.
Tite’s squad looks phenomenal ahead of the Switzerland match, and he comes into the completion with an amazingly talented team that should easily beat Switzerland.
Their Group E draw doesn’t look too difficult and if Brazil can take a victory in their first match against highly ranked Switzerland, they should top their qualifying group.
It’s easy to see why sportsbooks offer Brazil as favourites to win, and although Switzerland look good on paper, Brazil should win if they play as well as they have been doing.
Switzerland made it through to their 4th consecutive World Cup, and while they've drawn Brazil in their first match, they still have a good chance of beating the other Group E teams.
Petkovic’s men come into the World Cup on the back of victories against Panama and Greece, and after impressive qualification, there’s every chance they'll progress into the later stages.
Their openng match against Brazil is set to be their toughest, and hard to win, especially for a Switzerland squad that's quite functional and relies heavily on its defence.
If Switzerland really want to beat Brazil, they’ll need to be less predictable and replicate success similar to their 6-0 victory against Panama which saw 6 different players score.