Brazil vs. Chile Odds
BRAZIL (The Spread) – The knockout stage of the 2014 World Cup gets started today at Noon ET when Brazil faces Chile.
Brazil went 2-0-1 in group play, winning Group A. Chile was 2-1-0 in Group B, finishing second of the four teams. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Brazil is favored to win this match in regulation, as it has odds of -200 to do so. Chile has been given a money line of +500 to win in regulation, while the odds of the match concluding in regulation tied has been set at +350. The over/under for the game has been listed at 2.5 goals.
Brazil is now 69-15-16 in 100 career World Cup matches. It beat Croatia 3-1 and Cameroon 4-1 while tying Mexico 0-0 in group play. Brazil has posted seven goals in its three games, led by four from Neymar. He is currently tied for the World Cup lead in goals. Oscar comes into group play having tallied one goal and two assists.
Chile is now 11-15-6 in World Cup play following its 2-1 record in group play. Chile defeated Australia 3-1 and Spain 2-0, but suffered a 2-0 loss to the Netherlands in its last group match. Chile has tallied five goals in the three matches, with five different players each tallying a goal. Charles Aranguiz, Eduardo Vargas and Alexis Sanchez each have one goal and one assist in the World Cup to lead Chile.