Predictions Tips Brazil vs Spain Olympic Tokyo 2020
Brazil vs Spain prediction. This intense battle will take place on 7 August at 7:30PM. There will be plenty to see in this encounter. This information will help you understand the expectations of this meeting.
BRAZIL U23 SPAIN PREDICTION
Let’s now summarize everything. Although there are some details that may confuse, this match is unlikely to produce a sensation. We don’t expect an unexpected outcome in this match. We have therefore offered you the possibility of placing a wager with high odds and a high chance of winning.
Brazil vs Spain: Match Predictions & Latest Odds
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- Football Whispers Prediction one: Both Teams to Score – No @ 1.62
- Football Whispers Prediction two: 1X2 Full Time – Brazil to win @ 2.75
- Football Whispers Prediction three: Total Goals – Under 2.5 Goals @ 1.45
All the odds are from the bookmaker wclub365 and they are subject to change, so make sure you check them out before wagering.
Both Teams to Score – No
Three of their last five games this year in Brazil ended without either team scoring goals. For Spain, the same happened with three of their last five matches. Only one of the head-to-head matches between the teams finished with a draw.
1X2 Full Time – Brazil to Win
Spain won two of the five matches that they played in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. This is four out of five if you exclude the extra time goals that led them to the gold-medal match against Japan or Ivory Coast. Brazil won most of the games, drawing only one in the five they played at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Total Match Goals – Under 2.5 Goals
The total goal difference between the five matches this year that Spain’s national soccer team played and the five previous ones for Brazil was less than 2.5 goals. Three of Brazil’s last five fixtures also ended in the same manner. Half of the previous Olympic Games’ head-to-head matches between Brazil and Spain ended with less than 2.5 goals.
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