Brazil enter this fixture following a 1-1 Olympics drawn result against Germany.
The only scorer from Brazil was Neymar Jr (27'). Meyer (59') scored for Germany. After a tense 5-4 penalty shootout, Brazil were victorious.
A recurring aspect of recent Brazil games is the number of nil scores.
Taking their prior six matches before this one, in as many as 5 of them a bet on both teams scoring would've been a losing one.
Illustrating their involvement in fruitful matches, we’ve had goals 28 times in the previous six matches in which Germany have taken to the field, making it a mean average of 4.67 goals for each fixture. Opposition teams have hit 6 of those goals. We will have to find out if that trend will end up being continued on in this game.
We’re envisaging that Germany will have their work cut out to hit the back of the net against this Brazil team who we think will likely emerge victorious.
We therefore see a highly competitive game with a 1-0 advantage for Brazil at the end of this game.