10. Brazil and Australia meet for the first time since the 2006 World Cup. Brazil beat their opponents 2-0 in the group stage and have a 3-1 win-loss record over the Socceroos. They are 1.16 to win.
9. Fred scored Brazil’s second that day, just one of 13 international goals he’s netted in an eight-year career. Fred isn’t in the squad but fellow striker Jo is 1.96 to score at any time.
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8. Australia’s only victory over Brazil was a 1-0 result at the 2001 Confederations Cup. Former Sheffield United player Shaun Murphy netted the winner and Australia are 12.00 to cause another upset.
7. Brazil ended an 11-game unbeaten run last month with a 1-0 defeat to Switzerland. They are 26.00 to lose 1-0 again.
6. The 2014 World Cup hosts conceded just three goals in five games at the Confederations Cup this summer. Luis Felipe Scolari’s men are 1.67 to keep a clean sheet.
5. Neymar scored four goals in the Confederations Cup yet hasn’t netted for Barca in three appearances since his €57m move this summer. The striker is 1.75 to score on Saturday.
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4. Australia haven’t won a game in three yet averaged 1.6 goals per game over that period. They are 1.98 to net on Saturday.
3. All four of Brazil’s draws this year have been score draws, including their 2-2 tie with England in June. Another draw this weekend is priced at 7.20.
2. Former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill has 16 international goals, his most recent against Jordan in June. Cahill is 6.75 to net against Brazil.
1. Brazil have conceded seven goals in eight home games this year, despite keeping four clean sheets. Australia are 10.00 to score in both halves.