World Cup 2022 qualifiers: Colombia vs Brazil prediction and betting tips (October 10)
Brazil have won three of the last five meetings between both sides. Will Brazil get all three points and further extend their lead at the top of the table?
Neymar Jr (Brazil) has been in sensational form for Paris Saint-Germain
Neymar Jr (Brazil) has been in sensational form for Paris Saint-Germain

Colombia will host Brazil in game eleven of the CONMEBOL qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

The match will start at 9:00 p.m. GMT on Sunday, 10 October 2021. The match venue is Estadio Metropolitano, Barranquilla. Below you will find betting tips and match prediction for Colombia vs Brazil (October 10) in round eleven of the CONMEBOL qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.

Colombia vs Brazil (October 10) latest odds on betting sites

Colombia has their winning odds placed at 4.00 (+300 American; 3/1 Fractional). Brazil has their winning odds placed at 2.00 (+100; 1/1). The betting odds for a draw are placed at 3.80 (+280; 21/10).

The chances of the outcomes are as follows: Colombia — 24%, draw — 30%, Brazil — 46%.

Latest betting odds on Colombia vs Brazil (10 October 2021):

  • Over 2.5 goals — 2.40 (+140; 7/5)
  • Under 2.5 goals — 1.53 (-188; 8/15)
  • Asian handicap (+0.25) on Colombia — 2.12 (+112; 28/25)
  • Asian handicap (+0.25) on Brazil — 1.72 (-139; 43/25)
  • Both teams to score (Yes) — 2.05 (+105; 21/20)
  • Both teams to score (No) — 1.70 (-143; 7/10)

Colombia vs Brazil (October 10) match preview and stats

Colombia drew their last qualifiers game against Uruguay as the game ended in a goalless draw. Los Cafeteros created one big chance and seven shots as they were unable to break down Uruguay’s defence.

Los Cafeteros are currently fifth in the table with 14 points and have scored 16 goals. Colombia have two wins in the last ten games as they were knocked out of the Copa America by Argentina in the sem-final. Los Cafeteros are still in the possible qualification spot although they have the same points with third and fourth place. Colombia will need to get a win to improve their chances of making their seventh appearance at the World Cup.

Colombia team news: Colombia have all their players available for the game.

Brazil is currently top of the Copa America qualifiers table for the 2022 World Cup as they remain unbeaten. The Selecao got a 3-1 victory over Venezuela in their last qualifier game. Eric Ramirez opened the scoreline in the 11th minute with a nice header into the back of the net.

Brazil were losing at half-time but the introduction of Raphinha turned the game on its end as he created lots of chances. Marquinhos levelled the scoreline in the 71st minute as he nodded home a nice corner kick from Raphinha. Brazil were awarded a penalty kick after Gabi was brought down in the 85th minute.

Gabi made no mistake from the spot as Brazil made a comeback. Antony scored the last goal of the game in the 95th minute after Raphinha squared a nice pass to Anthony who finished it so well. Brazil have now scored the most goals in the qualifiers with 22 goals and have conceded the fewest goals (6).

Brazil had an outstanding game against Argentina as the match was cancelled due to Covid related-issues. Even with the outstanding result, Brazil are comfortably sitting at the top of the table with 27 points which is eight points more than second-place Argentina. A win against Colombia will further extend their lead in the table as they look to most likely qualify for the World Cup.

Brazil team news: Thiago Silva, Alisson, Ederson, Gabriel Jesus, Fred and Raphina all return to the national team after they were prevented by their clubs in the last international game. All players are fit and in contention.

Colombia vs Brazil H2H

Brazil have won three of the last five meetings between both sides.

Three of the last five meetings have ended in over 2.5 goals.

Colombia vs Brazil (October 10) key players and lineups

Colombia projected starting lineup:

  • David Ospina
  • Stefan Medina
  • Yerry Mina
  • Davinson Sanchez
  • William Tesillo
  • Juan Fernando Quintero
  • Wilmar Barrios
  • Jefferson Lerma
  • Luis Diaz
  • Duvan Zapata
  • Radamel Falcao

Notable subs: Mateus Uribe, Roger Martinez.

Radamel Falcao was one of the best strikers last decade as he was consistent and scored a lot of goals. The Colombian international returned to La Liga after his spell in the Turkish League where he scored 20 goals in 43 appearances for Galatasary. Falcao is currently in incredible form as he has scored three goals in four games with an average of 32.3 minutes per goal.

Brazil projected starting lineup:

  • Ederson Moraes
  • Danilo
  • Marquinhos
  • Thiago Silva
  • Alex Sandro
  • Raphinha
  • Fabinho
  • Fred
  • Lucas Paqueta
  • Gabriel Barbosa
  • Neymar

Notable subs: Gabriel Jesus, Vinicius Junior, Antony and Gerson.

Neymar Jr is one of the best players in the world as he made the list of the Ballon d'Or nominees. The Brazilian international has been in sensational form for Paris Saint-Germain as he has scored one goal and provided two assists. Neymar is the highest goalscorer in Brazil’s history with 69 goals surpassing the legendary Pele.

Raphinha has been in sensational form for both Leeds and Brazil. The Brazilian international has scored three goals while creating 14 chances in the Premier League this season. Raphinha came on in the second half of Brazil’s 3-1 victory over Venezuela and provided two assists while creating the most chances in that game (5).

Colombia vs Brazil (October 10) betting tips and predictions

Brazil are unbeaten in the qualifiers table with a perfect record of nine wins in nine games. The Selecao have a game in hand but still, sit at the top of the table with 27 points. Brazil looks unstoppable as they look to qualify for the World Cup which they are the only country to appear in all World Cup. The Selecao have scored 22 goals and have only conceded three goals with a goal difference of +19. Brazil got a 3-1 victory over Venezuela in their last game and a win against Colombia will extend their lead at the top of the table.

Colombia are fifth in the qualifiers table with 14 points as they are currently in the possible qualification spot. Los Cafeteros have won three games while losing two games in the qualifiers. Colombia have scored 16 goals while conceding 16 goals with a goal difference of +0. Los Cafeteros drew their last match against Uruguay as they have two wins in the last five games. Colombia needs to get a win to push them into the qualification spot.

Betting prediction: Brazil to win

Odds: 2.00 (+100 American; 1/1 Fractional)

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