Match Preview: Brazil – Tunisia Predictions and Betting Tips 27.09.2022

Match Preview: Brazil – Tunisia Predictions

Brazil – Tunisia Predictions & Tips For Today. 1xBet Tips for September 27, 2022.

Match: 19:30 Brazil – Tunisia
Tip: Over 2.5 Goals
Odd: 1.51
Bookmaker: Bet365
Match Result: 5:1 WON!!!

Brazil – Tunisia Predictions and PREVIEW

  • After a fairly routine 3-0 victory over Ghana, Brazil now aim to extend their ongoing unbeaten run to 15 games. That win also represented a tenth clean sheet in that streak, and a similar result here will see the five-time world champions enter their FIFA World Cup opener against Serbia as the world’s #1-ranked nation, and do so for the third time in five editions.
  • A defeat for Brazil seems unthinkable here at the Parc des Princes, especially with their last loss against a nation currently ranked outside FIFA’s top-25 dating back to October 2015. What’s more, a June 2003 loss to Cameroon remains their sole defeat to a CAF-region nation in history (W35, D2) – though that came just a short journey across the capital, over in Saint-Denis!
  • Tunisia themselves enter this clash in fine form, going unbeaten and unbreached in seven matches (W5, D2). While the last of those wins came against the Comoros, a side ranked 126 places worse than Brazil, coach Jalel Kadri was optimistic in the aftermath, stating: “we are satisfied with the team’s continuous growth.”
  • Should the Tunisians pull off a grand shock, in their final match before a fifth World Cup appearance in seven editions, they will avenge the result of their only prior H2H with Brazil – a 4-1 drubbing almost half a century ago in June 1973. While long in the past, that loss forms part of Tunisia’s poor overall record against South American nations (W1, D3, L4).
  • Players to watchRicharlison was at the double again last time out, with his first-half brace vs Ghana meaning that he’s scored before half-time in three of Brazil’s previous four outings. A possible giantkiller for Tunisia, Issam Jebali has scored last in both of their prior wins this year against opposition currently in FIFA’s top-30.
  • Hot stat: Four of Brazil’s last five victories have seen them net a goal between the 40th minute and half-time.