Colombia are set to host Brazil in a 2022 World Cup qualification match at Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez in Barranquilla on Sunday evening (22:00 UK time).
The visitors boast an impressive and spotless record coming into this showdown, having won each of their opening WCQ games, while La Tricolor are seeking to register back-to-back home wins.
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Scoreline prediction: Colombia 1-2 Brazil
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Colombia vs Brazil build-up & previous line-ups:
After their opening 10 qualification matches Colombia find themselves sitting fifth in the CONMEBOL standings. Reinaldo Rueda’s men currently occupy the position that guarantees a South American side advancement to a inter-confederation play-off. The Coffee Growers come into this latest round of fixtures having won just three of those opening WCQ games but are unbeaten across their last five matches (one win and four draws). From a historical perspective, they’ve faced Brazil on 33 previous occasions with 12 of those coming in this particular competition, that being said in six past home outings against the record five-time world champions Colombia haven’t tasted a single victory.
However, in their last two WCQ visits to Colombia the Seleção returned home winless (1-1 and 0-0 respectively), before that Brazil registered two wins across four showdowns with their most recent success coming in September 2003 when Ronaldo and Kaká scored either side of Juan Pablo Ángel. Tite’s side presently lead the standings and have a game in hand. Brazil are one of two unbeaten teams (alongside traditional rivals Argentina) but hold a perfect record — nine wins from nine — while registering 22 goals and conceding just three times; on both of those metrics they are ranked first. Stretching back into previous campaigns, Brazil head into this latest World Cup qualifier on a 26-game unbeaten streak, and breaking down that further 21 of those matches ended in victory.
- Colombia (vs Uruguay): Ospina; Medina, Mina, Cuesta, Mojica; Cuadrado, Barrios, Uribe, Díaz; Borré, Falcao.
- Brazil (vs Venezuela): Alisson; Danilo, Silva, Marquinhos, Arana; Éverton, Gerson, Fabinho, Paquetá; Barbosa, Jesus.
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Player to watch: Neymar (Brazil)
In Neymar’s absence, due to suspension, Brazil were made to work against lowly Venezuela as they ran out 1-3 winners. The hosts took a 11 minute lead through Eric Ramírez before Tite’s men scored three unanswered goals in the final 20 minutes with Ajax winger Antony breaking his international duck. Paris Saint-Germain’s record signing is expected to slot back into Brazil’s starting lineup. The 29-year-old forward is chasing Pele’s national team record. O Rei — who lifted three world titles — managed 77 strikes across 92 appearances between 1957 and 1971 while Neymar, second on the all-time list, is eight behind the legendary number 10 despite having played 21 more games since debuting in August 2010. He also comes into this meeting with Colombia, whom Neymar has netted four goals past across eight matches, having recently ended a five-game scoring drought.
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