Match Preview: Brazil 2-0 Qatar Prediction and Betting Tips 06.06.2019

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Brazil 2-0 Qatar

Date: 06.06.2019 | Match at: 01:30 | League: International – Friendly | Tip: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.39 | Bookie: 1xbet


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Unbeaten in eight games (W7, D1) since their World Cup (WC) elimination, Brazil have acquired an impressive degree of ‘staying power’ over the last 11 months. In terms of results, this is evidenced by the fact that each win in that sequence has seen them score in the final 15 minutes (plus stoppage-time) of at least one half – and four times beyond the 89th minute!
The last game in that sequence of eight also ended a run of seven post-WC matches in which the Brazilians have opened the scoring, with six of those seeing the CONMEBOL giants win ‘to-nil’. Speaking of confederations, Brazil’s all-time record against AFC opponents is: W37, D4, L2.
As for Copa América guest team Qatar, this will be the 2022 World Cup hosts’ first match after recording a maiden AFC Asian Cup triumph in February. Thirsty for more glory, this will be vitally educational for Félix Sánchez Bas’ men, with Qatar’s record against South American nations standing at: W2, D2, L4.
Qatar’s form across their last six international friendlies is brighter though, standing at: W4, D1, L1. All matches in that sequence except the lone defeat saw Qatar score first, with the upstarts from the Gulf region winning ‘to nil’ on three occasions.
Players to watch: Everton winger Richarlison got a 45th-minute winner in Brazil’s last win ‘to-nil’ (vs Cameroon, Nov 2018).
The opening scorer in the Asian Cup final, Ali Almoez has netted a first-half goal in his last two appearances for Qatar.
Stat attack: Five of Brazil’s last six matches have produced under 2.5 goals.
November 2017 remains the last time Brazil ‘lost’ the second half of any friendly match.
None of Qatar’s last five friendly defeats have seen them lose both halves. They last did so in a friendly back in May 2016.

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