10. Chile and Australia have met four times previously, with the former winning on three occasions. Chile are favourites to win at 1.45.
9. Australia have never beaten Chile, losing three times and drawing once. A share of the points is priced at 4.30.
8. Chile have won two of their 17 World Cup fixtures, drawing six and losing nine, since coming third in 1962. Australia can be backed at 8.60 to win.
7. The Socceroos have won just two of their 10 World Cup matches, drawing three and losing five. Chile are 1.08 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
6. Those wins came in the form of 3-1 and 2-1 scoreline against Japan and Serbia in 2006 and 2010 respectively. Australia are available at 76.00 to win 3-1, while a 2-1 win is 25.00.
5. Australia earned their first ever World Cup point in a 0-0 draw against Chile in 1974. Another stalemate is priced at 10.00.
4. That remains Australia’s only clean sheet in the World Cup finals. They are 5.75 to keep Chile out.
3. There have been seven red cards in Australia’s previous eight World Cup matches. A dismissal can be backed at 3.50.
2. Arturo Vidal was the top scoring midfielder in the South American qualifying campaign, netting five goals. The Juventus man is 6.50 to open the scoring.
1. Alexis Sanchez scored 19 goals in 34 appearances for Barcelona last season. The winger is 9.50 to score at least twice.