Judgment Brazil vs Switzerland is in favor of Selecao, even without Neymar, the South American team is capable of winning all 3 points.
Brazil vs Switzerland: Hard to get a surprise
Brazil had a successful debut in the 2022 World Cup, they defeated a rather annoying opponent, Serbia. It was a match where Selecao had a difficult time with the opponent’s tight defense, they could not score in the first 60 minutes.
However, Richarlison’s shining moments helped the South American team win 2-0 overall. Including an extremely beautiful hook situation, this goal deserves to be one of the best goals in this year’s tournament.
On the day of the army, Neymar constantly stirred and was fouled by the opponent 9 times. Unlucky when he got an ankle injury and definitely missed the remaining two matches in the group stage.
Without Neymar, coach Tite has many alternatives. For example Fred, who played well in a midfield three, with Paqueta and Casemiro.
Facing the giant from South America, Switzerland is not shy. Four years ago, they held Brazil 1-1 in the group stage in Russia.
Under coach Murat Yakin, Switzerland still plays extremely effectively. Before the World Cup, they also beat both the Spanish and Portuguese giants in the Nations League.
Brazil may face many difficulties in drilling down the opponent’s defense. However, with the explosion from the elements on the attack, they will take all 3 points.
Information around Brazil vs Switzerland
- Have less than 2.5 goals in 5/6 matches involving Brazil at the World Cup
- Brazil scored more than 2.5 goals in the last 5 matches in all competitions
- Switzerland won the last 1/4 matches in all competitions
- Switzerland scored more than 1 goal in the last 5 matches in all competitions
- Brazil’s last 2 matches against Switzerland had under 2 goals
- Brazil: Neymar and Danilo are injured.
- Switzerland: Full lineup.
Expected lineups Brazil vs Switzerland
Brazil: Alisson; Eder Militao, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro; Casemiro, Fred, Paqueta; Raphinha, Richarlison, Vinicius Junior.
Switzerland: Sommer; Widmer; Akanji, Elvedi, Rodriguez; Freuler, Xhaka, Sow; Shaqiri, Embolo, Vargas
Prediction: Brazil will win 1-0