England v Brazil Tips and Betting Offers, International friendly, Tuesday 14th November 2017
England boss Gareth Southgate doesn’t have an easy task this month, given that he’s halfway through a double header with the top two sides in the world. Having drawn 0-0 with world champions Germany on Friday night, the Three Lions now take on Brazil. Will this be a landmark moment for Southgate’s young England side? Having added even more youth to his pool of players for this friendly, there’s bound to be some experimentation ahead of this game.
England v Brazil Betting Tips and Offers
- Coral 25/1 on a goal to be scored – This new customer offer from Coral will pay out at enhanced odds of 25/1 if there if at least one goal is scored in the England v Brazil match at Wembley. Note: £1.00 max bet, £5.00 min deposit, winnings paid in free bets, 18+ new customers only, other terms apply, please gamble responsibly – see Coral site for full T&C.
- Betfair 60/1 on England to win – Betfair are offering new customers the chance to back England to beat Brazil at massive odds of 60/1. Note: £1.00 max bet, winnings paid in free bets, up to £100 in additional free bets available, other terms apply, please see Betfair site for full details.
Not only are Brazil 3/4 with Betfred to win on Tuesday night, but they’re 5/1 join favourites for the World Cup with Coral. They’re level with Germany in the betting; the side who England drew with on Friday. A repeat of that result is 11/4 with BetVictor here, while England are priced out at 7/2 with 888Sport to win this game.
It would be a huge result for the Three Lions to get a win here. They’re ending 2017 with a huge test, and without most of their main forward players. The squad has been hit by withdrawals, and that has left spaces for some of their young stars to thrive. Following Ruben Loftus-Cheek’s man of the match display against the best side in the world, it’s no wonder that Southgate is becoming bolder with his selection choices.
With nothing to lose, he’s likely to hand out caps to some of the young stars who helped make 2017 so successful for the Three Lions. With vital members of the under 20 world champions stepping up, expect to see new faces, along with a 3-5-2 set-up once again.
Brazil will be more than used to travelling for this trip, in fact this is the first of two trips to London they have lined up. The five time world champions return to the English capital next year, as this is where they’re basing their early World Cup preparations, as they look to minimize the time they spend in Russia.
That plays in to Brazil’s hands here, as they should be able to quickly adjust to playing at Wembley. The visitors also have a fantastic record in friendly matches to help them here, having won 25 of their last 26 non-competitive games. We’re backing them to claim the win here, which is priced at 3/4 with Betfred.
We also see Man City man Gabriel Jesus getting on target here, given his recent form. Not only has he scored seven times in his last nine matches, but he has three goals in his last two international games. He’s going to have no problems adapting to the English weather, and we’re backing him to score any time at 13/10 with Ladbrokes.