Tite has got the smiles back on Brazilian faces, ahead of our England vs Brazil preview and soccer odds, with the Selecao having a World Cup to look forward to and an array of offensive talent to enjoy watching.
England have also already qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, with Gareth Southgate now having the opportunity to experiment versus Brazil. Given some high-profile injuries, the Three Lions may well struggle against well-oiled opposition at Wembley.
Our England vs Brazil predictions back entertainment in the Spanish capital, which makes goals a big theme of our international friendly tips. With Neymar and company in form against a weakened home side, there should be plenty to enjoy on Tuesday evening.
England gave a good account of themselves last week against Germany, with young players getting a chance to pit themselves against each other, and that same theme should continue at Wembley once again.
England have only failed to score twice at home since November 2013, with both of those games coming against Germany. Otherwise, under various coaches, the Three Lions have been a threat in front of goal when in front of their own fans.
Only some impressive goalkeeping from Jordan Pickford prevented Germany from finding the back of the net on a couple of occasions last week, with Brazil boasting similar quality going forward. With the in-form likes of Neymar, Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino to their name, they should be confident of doing more damage.
The Selecao failed to hit the back of the net on their travels to Bolivia in October, but conditions in London will be much more forgiving. Aside from that 0-0 stalemate in La Paz, Brazil have scored in all of their away fixtures since December 2015. Coral offer the best value on both teams hitting the back of the net on Tuesday.
Our England vs Brazil bets also back Neymar Junior to be a real threat this week. The Paris Saint-Germain forward has been in scintillating form in Ligue 1 this season, and he should be capable of bringing those performance levels into the international break. Last time out versus Japan, he hit the back of the net from the penalty spot, and Unibet offer the best value on him scoring again.
In eight league appearances this season for PSG, the Brazil international has struck on seven occasions. He’s scored in each of his last four games for club and country, and that run should be set to continue against England. Last week, the Three Lions used a three-man defence and there appeared to be plenty of misunderstandings for a top-quality player to be able to take advantage of.
Our England vs Brazil betting tips suggest that there should be some goals on Tuesday at Wembley, with the away side appearing to have more offensive quality in order to force the issue. A weakened Germany managed a 0-0 draw last week, meaning that this contest should be much more enthralling in terms of entertainment.