Monday’s international friendly betting tips: Previews, predictions and odds3 June 2022
Japan vs Brazil
Will Brazil make it two wins out of two from this tour of Far-East Asia?
On Thursday, Seleção began the month by hammering Korea Republic 5-1 at Sangam Stadium in Seoul.
Richarlison broke the deadlock before a pair of Neymar penalties, followed by late strikes from Philippe Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus, secured the win.
Tite’s team cruised through World Cup qualifying, winning 14 of 17 fixtures, conceding just five times in these matches.
This means the five-times World Champions have only lost one of their last 26 internationals, that being last summer Copa América Final.
With the Superclásico de las Américas in Melbourne having been cancelled, this is Brazil’s final game of the month, so will they win again?
Over in Asia, Japan too breezed through World Cup qualifying, so will now feature at a seventh successive edition of the tournament.
Hajime Moriyasu’s side began this international window by demolishing Paraguay 4-1 in at the Sapporo Dome on Thursday.
Takuma Asano, Daichi Kamada, Kaoru Mitoma and Ao Tanaka all on target in a statement victory.
Coming up after this, the Samurai Blue will take on Ghana and then Chile or Tunisia in the Kirin Cup.
However, this is the fixture the locals are all excited about, so can Japan spring a surprise at the Tokyo National Stadium?
Korea Republic vs Chile
After defeat in a glamour friendly on Thursday, will Korea Republic bounce back?
In their first of four friendlies this month, South Korea welcomed five-times world champions Brazil to a sold-out Sangam Stadium.
Hwang Ui-jo actually made it 1-1 on the half hour mark, only for the visitors to score four times, leaving Seoul 5-1 winners.
Despite the scoreline, there were plenty of positives for Paulo Bento’s side as they prepare for equally tough tests to come at the World Cup.
Coming up this week, the Taegeuk Warriors will face Paraguay and then Egypt in much more winnable friendlies.
Before then, will Korea Republic give the home crowd in Daejeon something to celebrate?
Chile meanwhile have failed to qualify for back-to-back World Cups, despite winning Copa América in 2015 and 2016 just before this slump.
So, the road to 2026 starts here for Eduardo Berizzo’s side who’ve lost four of their last five competitive games.
La Roja will move over to Japan following this fixture to take on Tunisia and then the hosts or Ghana in the Kirin Cup.
In this one, against a side lacking motivation and quality, South Korea will fancy their chances at Daejeon World Cup Stadium.
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