The pressure is completely off Brazil heading into the final round of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup.
Tite’s side have already booked their place in Qatar after collecting 39 points from 15 matches – winning 12 and drawing three.
Not that it particularly matters, but the Selecao will be eager to conclude the campaign with their unbeaten record intact.
Raphinha has been their man in form of recent times; scoring three goals in their last five matches.
But the Leeds United forward will not build on that here, having withdrawn from the squad.
Brazil are home and dry, but Chile must win to stay in the hunt for a play-off place at the very least.
La Roja are two points behind fifth-placed Peru and arrive in the contest with two wins from their last three outings.
Although, Martin Lasarte’s side boast just one clean sheet from a possible five, and Neymar and co will be looking to capitalise on the recent defensive fragilities.
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Brazil vs Chile: Match Stats
Brazil have registered six clean sheets during their nine-match unbeaten run.
The Selecao have also won their last three games against Chile without conceding a single goal.
Making his first international appearance since November 11, Neymar will be looking to return with a bang.
The Paris Saint-Germain forward has netted 70 times for Brazil and is just eight away from breaking Pele’s national record of 77.
September 3, 2021: Chile 0-1 Brazil – World Cup Qualifier
July 3, 2021: Brazil 1-0 Chile – Copa America
October 11, 2017: Brazil 3-0 Chile – World Cup Qualifier
October 9, 2015: Chile 2-0 Brazil – World Cup Qualifier
March 29, 2015: Brazil 1-0 Chile – Friendly
Brazil are unbeaten across the last eight meetings between the sides, winning seven and drawing one.