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A resurgent Brazil have now won each of their last nine games; keeping a clean sheet in eight of those.
The Samba Boys’ quest is being led by the irrepressible Neymar, who has scored seven times in as many games; taking his international tally to 68 and just nine behind Pele’s record.
The Paris Saint-Germain forward will fancy adding to that against Colombia, who have won just two of their last eight and only beaten the Brazilians once in the last 30 years.
Brazil vs Colombia: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Brazil 3-0 Colombia
Brazil vs Colombia: Odds
Brazil vs Colombia: Head to Head
6 September 2019: Brazil 2-2 Colombia – Friendly
5 September 2017: Colombia 1-1 Brazil – World Cup Qualifier
26 January 2017: Brazil 1-0 Colombia – Friendly
6 September 2016: Brazil 2-1 Colombia – World Cup Qualifier
17 June 2015: Brazil 0-1 Colombia – Copa America
Colombia have only beaten Brazil once in the last 19 meetings between the nations. Although, that sole victory did come when they last faced off in the Copa America six years ago.