10. Brazil boast a narrow W6 D4 L5 record over France from their 15 previous international meetings. The South American side are 2.75 to win again.
9. Brazil beat France 3-0 the last time these sides met, during a friendly in June 2013. It was their first victory over the European nation since August 1992. Another 3-0 win is priced at 25.00.
8. Both teams have scored in just four of their last 11 head to heads. Both teams to net on Thursday is priced at 1.74.
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7. There have been just four draws from 15 games between these two sides — the most recent a 0-0 friendly result in May 2004. Another draw is available at 3.30.
6. Chelsea midfielder Oscar scored Brazil’s opener when they beat France 3-0 in 2013, one of 11 goals he’s bagged for the national side. Oscar is 5.20 to net.
5. Of the current French squad, striker Karim Benzema is the only player to score against Brazil (in 2011). The Real Madrid front man boasts 20 goals for the season and is 6.10 to net first.
4. Brazil have won six games on the bounce since crashing out of the World Cup last summer, averaging 2.3 goals per game. They are 6.50 to score +2.5 goals.
3. France, meanwhile, boast a W4 D2 record since the World Cup — where they fell in the quarter-finals to eventual winners Germany. They are 1.45 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
2. Didier Deschamps’ men have scored exactly one goal in four of those six games and are 1.44 to net under 1.5 times.
1. Barcelona star Neymar has scored seven goals for Brazil since their World Cup exit, including six from his last three international outings. The striker is 5.10 match favourite to net the opener.
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