Colombia Vs Brazil Betting Tip: Draw – 10 October 2021

Selecao's perfect record dented in Barranquilla?

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Colombia Colombia Vs Brazil Brazil

Sunday, 10 October 2021 – 22:00 (BST)
World Cup Qualifier
Pick: Draw
Odds: 11/5
Bookmaker: Betfair
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 8 October 2021)

Preview: Through nine qualifying outings, Brazil are still to drop a single point. Will a trip to Barranquilla, to face a Colombia outfit in urgent need of some points, provide a spanner in the work for Tite’s irrepressible side?

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Colombia – Reuda not panicking just yet?

Los Cafeteros are assuming the mantle of draw specialists in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying. Thursday’s uneventful encounter in Montevideo, which failed to conjure up any goals as Uruguay and Colombia cancelled one another out, was the fourth occasion in their past five qualifying games that they were forced to settle for a share of the spoils. Leaving Reinaldo Rueda’s side with plenty of work to do in fifth place.

Trailing automatic qualification by two points, Reuda can console himself with the sight of eight fixtures remaining in which to turns things around. Yet his team’s struggle are plain to see: it is now two wins in the last ten (D6 L2). Returning home may not provide much in the way of solace, either. Colombia are W2 D1 L1 as hosts and were outclassed by both Uruguay (0-3) and Argentina (2-2) – needing a last-gasp equaliser in the latter.

Key Stat: An average of 2.6 goals per game is among the highest in the South American qualifying zone, Colombia seeing all four home qualifiers produce at least three goals.


0-0 Draw



Brazil – Super Raph deserving of first senior start?

A spirited second-half showing on Thursday in Caracas, in which they fell behind within twelve minutes of the first period only to surge back into the contest with three late goals, helped Brazil record their ninth straight victory in CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup Qualifying. As such, the Selecao are way out in front, a full eight points clear of second-place Argentina having not dropped a single point thus far.

The goal that was conceded ended a run of six successive clean sheets in qualifying matches. Venezuela also became the first team since March 2016 to lead Brazil at half-time in a qualifier. The plaudits went to Raphinha, meanwhile, who after emerging from the substitutes bench, marking his first senior appearance, supplied a couple of crucial assists. The Leeds maestro must surely be in line for his first start.

Key Stat: With Thursday’s 3-1 victory away to Venezuela, Brazil extended their excellent recent record to 15 wins in 17 internationals (D1 L1).

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Colombia Vs Argentina Betting Advice

Neither side were at all convincing in the first qualifying outings of this month, but Brazil continue to come up clutch and are aiming to preserve the only 100% record in CONMEBOL 2022 World Cup qualifying. Colombia will have other ideas, of course, as they are in greater need for all three points. Los Cafeteros find themselves outside the automatic qualifying places and know defeat would see them fall further behind.


Colombia Vs Brazil – Key Facts:

  • Brazil put their perfect record (W9) on the line when they face off against Colombia (W3 D5 L2). The Selecao are winless on their two most recent visits, however (D2).
  • Seven of Brazil’s seven victories so far this qualifying campaign were without conceding. However, Colombia have only failed to score in one of three home qualifiers (W2 D1 L1).
  • Four of the past five qualifying matches for Colombia ended in a draw. Only Paraguay, who have drawn six times so far, have done so more often.


Brazil’s biggest strength throughout qualifying has been an exceptional defensive action, one which has been breached a mere three times. Seven out of nine wins so far were to nil. So this is a monumental task in front of Colombia, who are coming off a 0-0 in Uruguay and have managed just two goals across the last five head-to-heads (D3 L2). The last two such meetings ended level, though, something Colombia know all about.

Best Betting Odds – Colombia Vs Brazil

Colombia – 11/4 (WilliamHill)
Draw – 11/5 (Betfair)
Brazil – 21/20 (BetVictor)