10. South Korea and Brazil meet for the fifth time on Saturday, Brazil boasting a 3-1 win-loss record since their first clash in 1995. Another Brazil win is priced at 1.33.
9. Korea beat Brazil 1-0 at home in March 1999 and have not lost to a South American team since the 2010 World Cup, against Uruguay. Korea are 8.00 to win.
8. Brazil beat their opponents 3-2 the last time these sides met, a friendly in November 2002. Ronaldo (2) and Ronaldinho bagged the goals for the Samba Boys, who are 7.50 to repeat that scoreline.
7. Ronaldo scored 63 goals during 12 years of international football. Current striker Neymar has 22 to his name and is 1.87 match favourite to net.
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6. Korea have scored in just three of their last six matches – not surpassing one goal in any game. Brazil are 2.40 to win without conceding.
5. Brazil have scored first in seven of their last nine games and are 1.28 to do so again.
4. Striker Hulk already has seven goals for Zenit St Petersburg this season, plus two yellows and a red card. The Brazilian is 10.00 to net a double on Saturday.
3. Korean forward Keun-Ho Lee has scored 13 goals in 20 starts for club side Sangju Sangmu. South Korea are 1.55 as a team to score against Brazil.
2. Jo has scored three in two games for Brazil and five from nine appearances in 2013. The striker is 25.00 to score a hat-trick on Saturday.
1. Brazil have won just one of their last five games on foreign soil yet beat Japan 4-0 the last time they played in Asia. Another 4-0 win is priced at 15.00.