Predictions Serbia Vs Brazil: Good Results Lead to Team Samba

Predictions Serbia Vs Brazil: Good Results Lead to Team SambaSerbia will face Brazil in the third Group E match of the 2018 World Cup. In the dying game, good results lead to the Samba team.

The match between Serbia vs. Brazil will take place at Otkrytiye Arena. A draw is enough to pass Selecao to the round of 16 large. Meanwhile, Serbia needs a victory in order to ensure themselves advanced to the knockout phase.

Head-to-Head
Brazil and Serbia are new to each other. The moment that happened in a friendly match held on 7 June 2014.

At that time, Brazil picked a thin 1-0 victory. In a test match in preparation for the 2014 World Cup, Brazil’s victory was determined by Fred.

If you calculate the game when Serbia is still named Yugoslavia, Serbia and Brazil have met four times. The result is balanced. Brazil won once, Serbia won once, and two other match finished draw.
Key Players

Neymar clearly become a mainstay player in the front line of Brazil. Neymar is performing well with a record of 10 goals and 8 assists in 17 games with the Samba team in all competitions.

Neymar has just released the burden by posting the first goal in the 2018 World Cup, when the game against Costa Rica. Brazil won 2-0 in that match, another goal scored by Philippe Coutinho.

Coutinho himself can also be a determinant for the Samba team. His appearance in the last two matches became his proof.

Coutinho scored with a long-range shot against Switzerland. Another one is booked into the goalkeeper Keylor Navas. In the last three games in all competitions, Coutinho always scored for Brazil.

While in the stronghold of Serbia, Aleksandar Mitrovic, a player who threatens the opponent’s goal. In two matches in Russia, he has already removed as many as 10 shots on goal. There were four trials aiming at goal, only one that led to goals when Serbia was conquered Switzerland 1-2.
Team Performance

Brazil are at an unbeaten pace in the last eight games. They recorded six wins and two draws.

The defense of the Tite team was also strong enough with seven clean sheets recorded. A 1-1 draw against Switzerland is the only game there is a goal against Brazil. Brazil’s front line also looks okay with 15 goals scored against the opponent’s goal.

Meanwhile, Serbia is playing up and down in the last six matches. They picked three wins and lost three times.

When conceded first, Serbia always lost in six games that served in the World Cup as a new country.

With that record, Brazil still be seeded in the game against Serbia at home European betting. William Hill coefficient 8/15 for Brazil’s victory, 10/43 for a draw, and a coefficient of 6 for victory of Serbia.