In this blog we will be taking a comprehensive look at the Brazil National Football team and their chances of winning yet another FIFA World Cup. Are you a supporter of the Brazil Football team? Check out betting tips and odds at LV BET Sportsbook and place your bets on your favourite team.
We all witnessed what football meant for the Brazilian nation when they hosted the FIFA World Cup back in 2014. The nation will be eager to cheer their team on and hope to win in Qatar.
Read on to learn more about:
- Brazil’s football team FIFA World Cup history
- Brazil’s road to Qatar
- Brazilian squad
- LV BET betting tips on Brazil
Brazil at the FIFA World Cup
Brazil are the joint top nation to have won the most FIFA World Cups with a total of five. They are the only nation that won it twice in a row in 1958 and 1962. Later on, they reached three consecutive World Cup finals, winning two and losing out to France in the final.
The Brazil national team coach that will take them to Qatar will be Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, commonly known as Tite, who took charge of the national team in 2016. The Brazil squad has been ranked first in the FIFA World rankings tipping Belgium for the crown. Being the highest ranked by FIFA gives the whole squad great impetus to believe they have what it takes to etch their name in Brazil’s football history.
Brazil’s successes and failures at the previous FIFA World Cup
The Brazil football team have enjoyed great success in the past but with great highs also come great lows. Having such a rich history in world football, the Brazilian squad approached the 2014 FIFA World Cup with great ambition, especially as they were the host country. They lined up against Germany in the semi-final, and what followed not only shocked the Brazilian nation but the whole world.
The Brazil national team approached the game without Neymar and Thiago Silva as they were injured in the process of getting their team to the semi-finals. Thomas Muller opened the score in the 11th minute, which Miroslav Klose added to come minutes after breaking Ronaldo de Lima’s record. After conceding twice, Brazil crumbled and conceded three more goals before the halftime, making the result 5-0 in favour of the German side. Schurrle came off the bench to add insult to the injury as he scored twice to make it seven, only for Oscar to find a consolation goal for the home side. People watching were shocked, with some also crying their eyes out in disbelief.
Brazil’s road to the Qatar 2022 World Cup
Brazil took part in the CONMEBOL section of the qualifying as they topped the group with an outstanding margin of six points above rivals Argentina.
An interesting fact on the road to Qatar is that the Brazil national football team have not lost a single game in the 17 fixtures played, scoring 40 goals in the process and only conceding five – something that will go down very well with the Brazil supporters. They are still to play a game against Argentina as it was abandoned, but it will not affect the standings.
Who will Brazil play against at the Qatar 2022 World Cup?
The Brazil squad will form part of Group G of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, and it will consist of Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland and Cameroon.
Serbia nicked first place in Group A ahead of Portugal, who lost the decisive last game. Serbia won the group without registering a single loss across all qualifiers, drawing only two. A player that has taken the limelight recently is Dusan Vlahovic, who signed for Juventus in the January transfer market after setting the Serie A on fire with Fiorentina.
The Swiss team has beaten Italy in the group stages of the Qatar FIFA World Cup, as they went unbeaten, conceding just two goals in the process. Similar to the situation for Serbia, the Swiss team have an ageing squad with great players such as Xhaka and Shaqiri reaching the end of their National career.
Although the group’s underdogs, the African team will surely be up for the fight especially if they get off to a great start. The Cameroon national team will appear for the eighth time in their history. Recently, Cameroon came in third in the AFCON after beating Burkina Faso on penalties.
The fixtures for the Brazil National team are as follows:
- Brazil vs Serbia 24th November 2022 13:00 Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail
- Brazil vs Switzerland 28th November 2022 19:00 Stadium 974, Doha
- Cameroon vs Brazil 2 December 2022 22:00 Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail
Brazil squad for the World Cup in Qatar
One of the most illustrious squads in the World is surely the Brazilian squad, with an abundance of talent coupled with both experienced and young players.
To name but a few of the world-class talents of Brazil National football team players, there are Allison, Eder Militao, Marquinhos, Fabinho, Casemiro, Neymar and Vinicious Jr. Should they remain fit, it will be one of the best-stocked squads competing in the competition.
Vinicious Jr has enjoyed the best seasons for Real Madrid, and it could get even better depending on how well they do in the Champions League final. He will be one of the most exciting talents to watch in Qatar, with great athleticism and neck for the spectacular.
The experienced Tite will manage all these world-class talents and will pushing his side to glory and history.
Where to see FIFA World Cup 2022 matches in Brazil?
All around Brazil, there will be places where you can enjoy a nice meal whilst watching the Brazil National team in action. Kick-off times will vary depending on the fixture, but all will be played in the late or early afternoon.
You will be able to watch all the action unfold in all FIFA World Cup license holders as well as bars and restaurants that own the rights to show the matches.
For more information, please visit the official FIFA website here.
Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 tickets — prices, sale dates and tournament stages
For more information regarding ticket sales and accessibility tickets, please visit the official website here.
All tickets are sold in Qatari riyal (QAR) to both residents of Qatar and International fans.
|FIFA World Cup round||Category I||Category II||Category III|
|Match for 3rd place||1,550||1,100||750|
Betting tips and odds on Brazil National team
The Brazil National football team are the favourites to top their respective group. Brazile to be outright winners of Group G at 4/9 (1.45), whilst being valued at 45/10 (5.50) to win the tournament. Neymar is priced at 20/1 (21.00) to be the top goalscorer of the tournament.
Bets on Brazil National Football team at LV BET
At LV BET, we have a wide array of betting options. You are able to place your bets on the stage of elimination for the Brazil national team. You are also able to bet if the team reaches the World Cup final or not.
An unlikely last 16 elimination for the Brazil team is priced at 33/10 (4.30) and at 6/1 (7.00) to be the runners up. We are also pricing Brazil to reach the Semi-final at 27/20 (2.30), which is the most probable to make it into that stage from all competing nations.