Brazil will host Uruguay in round twelve of the CONMEBOL qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
The match will start at 9:30 p.m. local time on Thursday, 14 October 2021. The starting time is 12:30 a.m. by GMT on Friday, October 15. The match venue is Amazonia Arena, Manaus. Below you will find betting tips and match prediction for Brazil vs Uruguay (October 14) in round twelve of the CONMEBOL qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
Brazil vs Uruguay (October 14) latest odds on betting sites
Brazil has their winning odds placed at 1.50 (-200 American; 1/2 Fractional). Uruguay has their winning odds placed at 6.00 (+500; 15/2). The betting odds for a draw are placed at 3.75 (+275; 11/4).
The chances of the outcomes are as follows: Brazil — 64%, draw — 23%, Uruguay — 13%.
Latest betting odds on Brazil vs Uruguay (14 October 2021):
- Over 2.5 goals — 2.10 (+110; 11/10)
- Under 2.5 goals — 1.70 (-143; 7/10)
- Asian handicap (-1.25) on Brazil — 2.34 (+134; 67/50)
- Asian handicap (+1.25) on Uruguay — 1.70 (-143; 7/10)
- Both teams to score (Yes) — 2.10 (+110; 11/10)
- Both teams to score (No) — 1.50 (-200; 2/3)
Brazil vs Uruguay (October 14) match preview and stats
Brazil drew their last game against Colombia as they struggled in the first half of the match. The Selecao came out of the second-half interval the better side as they had nine shots and created nine chances in the match.
The Selecao are currently top of the Copa America qualifiers table for the 2022 World Cup as they remain unbeaten. Brazil has five wins in their last seven games as they have scored 22 goals while conceding just three goals with a goal difference of +19.
Brazil has 28 points and a win against Uruguay will further extend their lead in the table as they are close to qualifying for the World Cup.
Brazil team news: Eder Militao suffered a back injury and is out of the game.
Uruguay was thrashed in their last game against Argentina by three goals to nil. Lionel Messi opened the scoreline in the 38th minute as he played a lovely chip into the box that bounced over the leg of Godin and into the back of the net.
Rodrigo De Paul doubled Argentina’s lead in the 44th minute as he slotted the ball into the back of the net. Lautaro Martinez finished a lovely pass across the face of the goal as he slotted it into the back of the net to make it 3-0 for Argentina.
Uruguay is fourth in the qualifiers table with 16 points as they have won four games and have lost three matches. La Celeste have scored 13 goals while also conceding 13 goals. Uruguay has zero wins in their last two games and a loss against Brazil might see them drop out of the secured qualification spot.
Uruguay team news: Ronald Araujo is injured and unavailable. Jose Giminez is also out of the game with a muscle injury.
Brazil vs Uruguay H2H
Brazil has won 39 of the last 77 meetings between both sides.
Brazil won the away fixture by two goals to nil.
Brazil vs Uruguay (October 14) key players and lineups
Brazil projected starting lineup:
- Ederson Moraes
- Emerson Royal
- Lucas Verissimo
- Thiago Silva
- Alex Sandro
- Lucas Paqueta
- Gabriel Barbosa
Notable subs: Gabriel Jesus, Vinicius Junior, Antony and Gerson.
Neymar Jr has been Brazil’s best player in the qualifiers as he scores goals and provides assists. The Brazilian international has scored six goals in the qualifiers, overperforming his expected goals of 5.80. He has provided five assists while creating 25 chances in just seven games he has played. Neymar is the highest goalscorer in Brazil’s history with 69 goals surpassing the legendary Pele.
Raphinha changed the game in their 3-1 victory over Venezuela after coming on in the second half. The Brazilian international provided two assists while creating five chances. Raphinha created one chance and provided one key pass in their 0-0 draw against Colombia.
Uruguay projected starting lineup:
- Fernando Muslera
- Nahitan Nandez
- Diego Godin
- Sebastian Coates
- Matias Vina
- Federico Valverde
- Rodrigo Bentancur
- Matias Vecino
- Giorgian de Arrascaeta
- Luis Suarez
- Edinson Cavani
Notable subs: Nicolas de la Cruz, Brian Rodriguez.
Luis Suarez was one of the best strikers in the world and he has been leading the line for Uruguay for years. The Uruguayan international has scored the most goals for them in the qualifiers with four goals in seven games. He has created five chances and provided five key passes.
Brazil vs Uruguay (October 14) betting tips and predictions
Brazil is still unbeaten in the qualifiers table with nine wins and one draw in ten games. The Selecao drew their last game against Colombia but still remained at the top of the table with 28 points. Brazil is yet to play against Argentina but has scored the most goals in the qualifiers table with 22 goals while conceding just three goals. The Selecao are on the verge of qualification and a win against Uruguay will put them closer to the World Cup in Qatar as they will be looking to bounce back from their poor display against Colombia.
Uruguay suffered a heavy defeat in their last game against Argentina as they still remain in the fourth position in the table. La Celeste lost 3-0 in a poor game as they have now conceded 13 goals in the qualifiers. Uruguay currently has the same point with third place Ecuador and are one point ahead of fifth-place Colombia. La Celeste have just two wins in their last six games and will need a win against Brazil to keep the momentum alive. Uruguay has 16 points and has scored13 goals in the qualifiers.
Betting prediction: Asian handicap (-2.25) on Brazil
Odds: 2.34 (+112 American; 28/25 Fractional)