There will be exciting soccer action on the agenda this weekend, as a blockbuster tie between England and Brazil will take place at Wembley Stadium. The nations come into this international friendly in contrasting form, with the visitors currently enduring their worst start to a World Cup qualifying campaign in their history.

England vs Brazil Odds

Given the recent form shown by England, it is little surprise that the Three Lions are currently listed as the 9/10 favourites to claim victory at Wembley this weekend. Brazil are a huge price of 3/1 at BetXchange, with the draw also a lucrative betting angle at 27/10. The betting highlights it should be an entertaining clash, with both teams to score priced up at 15/20.

England vs Brazil Head to Head

England have recorded just four victories 26 previous encounters with Brazil. The South American giants have landed eleven wins over the same period, with eleven matches also ending in draws. Each of the last two clashes between the nations have ended in ties, including a 0-0 stalemate at Wembley in November 2017.

England Hoping To Build Momentum

It could be a successful 2024 for the English national side, as Gareth Southgate finally looks to get the Three Lions over the line in their hunt for a first major honour since 1966. England have been competitive in the last few tournaments, reaching the EURO 2020 final before losing on penalties against Italy. However, there is a sense that their squad is now among the first best in the world game.

Harry Kane will once again lead the line, and he comes into the upcoming internationals in excellent form after scoring for fun in Germany with Bayern Munich. Jude Bellingham is also enjoying a stunning season with Real Madrid, while Bukayo Saka and Phil Foden are playing the best football of their careers at Arsenal and Manchester City, respectively.

Brazil Need A Change In Fortunes

It has been a miserable period on the field for the once-great Brazil. Changes in management have so far failed to secure the required results, and the attention now turns to Dorivan Jr. This fixture against England doesn’t matter in the grand scheme, as the nation will have biggest matches ahead when they return to action in World Cup qualification.

Brazil comes into this friendly in their worst ever form, having gone four without a win and losing each of their last three matches. There will be pressure on a number of players that could be handed international debuts at Wembley, including goalkeeper Bento. In fact, there is a lack of proven international quality across their squad, with the main pressure likely to be on the shoulders of Richarlison and Vinicius Jr at the top end of the field.

England vs Brazil Prediction

This will be an entertaining match at Wembley between two extremely talented sides. However, England appears to be the nation making strides in the right direction, and we would expect the Three Lions to claim victory with a dominant performance.

Pick: England at 9/10 with BetXchange.


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