Spain vs Brazil prediction 26.03.2024

Spain

Spain

3 : 3

Brazil

Brazil

1

2.25

X

3.38

2

3.34

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  • Date: 26.03.2024
  • Competition: Friendly
  • KO: 20:30 UTC / 21:30 CET
  • Venue: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid)

The Estadio Santiago Bernabeu is the host for a glamorous friendly on Tuesday evening as Spain takes on Brazil in Madrid. 

Spain vs Brazil Betting Tips: Brazil or Draw / BTTS

Both nations come into this friendly fixture on the back of contrasting friendly performances in London this past weekend.

Spain return home after a disappointing 1:0 defeat against Colombia at the London Stadium. Luis de la Fuente´s side had enjoyed an eight-game winning run before a fabulous goal from Daniel Munoz secured a famous win for the South Americans. 

On home soil, the Spanish are usually more reliable with nine wins and just one loss suffered in their last 11 fixtures over the past couple of years.

Brazil enjoyed a better weekend in London as they claimed a fine 1:0 win against England at Wembley Stadium. 17-year-old starlet Endrick was on hand to score his first international goal late in the second-half to secure a deserved win for the Seleção. The Brazilians had lost each of their last three matches before Saturday's morale-boosting win in London.

A tough match to call given Spain´s strong home record but the visitors renewed confidence, Brazil have an excellent record in previous matches against Spain with only one defeat suffered in seven games over the past 75 years. The Brazilians also eased to a 3:0 win in their most recent encounter at the Confederations Cup back in 2013.

Seeking redemption after their Colombian defeat, Spain will face a confident Brazil fresh off their victory against England. I expect a tense and tight battle, with a low-scoring draw potentially on the cards. 

With that in mind, I´m backing Brazil not to lose, while I also expect both teams to score, even if their last five previous encounters failed to produce that outcome. 

Spain

Spain team news

Head coach De la Fuente is expected to make several changes to his selection after Saturday's defeat against Colombia. Robin Le Normand, Fabian Ruiz, Unai Simon, Dani Carvajal, Rodri and Dani Olmo are all likely to earn recalls to the starting XI.

Last matches of Spain

  1. Spain

    0 : 1

    Colombia

    Friendly International

  2. Spain

    3 : 1

    Georgia

    Euro Qualification

  3. Cyprus

    1 : 3

    Spain

    Euro Qualification

  4. Norway

    0 : 1

    Spain

    Euro Qualification

  5. Spain

    2 : 0

    Scotland

    Euro Qualification

Spain lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 23

    Unai Simón

Defenders

  • 20

    Dani Carvajal

  • 5

    Iñigo Martínez

  • 14

    José Gayà

  • 3

    Robin Le Normand

Midfielders

  • 8

    Fabián Ruiz

  • 16

    Rodri

  • 9

    Gavi

Forwards

  • 7

    Álvaro Morata

  • 11

    Ferran Torres

  • 14

    Dani Olmo

Brazil

Brazil team news

Brazilian boss Fernando Diniz will be keen to maintain continuity in selection after Brazil´s fine win against England. Bremer, Douglas Luiz and Pepe Aquino are among those in contention for a recall to the starting XI.

Real Madrid strike duo Rodrygo and Vini Jnr are both expected to start at the Bernabeu on Tuesday. 

Last matches of Brazil

  1. England

    0 : 1

    Brazil

    Friendly International

  2. Brazil

    0 : 1

    Argentina

    WC Qualification South America

  3. Colombia

    2 : 1

    Brazil

    WC Qualification South America

  4. Uruguay

    2 : 0

    Brazil

    WC Qualification South America

  5. Brazil

    1 : 1

    Venezuela

    WC Qualification South America

Brazil lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 1

    Bento

Defenders

  • 2

    Danilo

  • 6

    Wendell

  • 14

    Fabrício Bruno

  • 25

    Beraldo

Midfielders

  • 5

    Bruno Guimarães

  • 8

    Lucas Paquetá

  • 15

    João Gomes

Forwards

  • 11

    Raphinha

  • 7

    Vinícius Júnior

  • 10

    Rodrygo

Key Facts Spain vs Brazil

  1. Brazil are unbeaten in 6 of their last 7 matches against Spain
  2. Brazil saw BTTS in 8 of their last 12 matches
  3. Spain saw BTTS in 2 of their last 3 matches
  4. Brazil won 3:0 when these nations last met in 2013

Main prediction Spain - Brazil

Brazil win or draw (X2)

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winrate

58% winrate

wins

3 wins in a row

Originally from Scotland, Ryan is an experienced betting expert and content producer based out of Barcelona, Spain.

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Additional predictions

Under 2.5

Best odds:1.75

BTTS

Best odds:1.85

Draw

Best odds:3.38

Spain vs Brazil - FAQ

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Spain Player to Watch

 Lamini Yamal - The Barcelona teen is likely to earn a recall to the Spanish starting XI.

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Brazil Player to Watch

Vini Jnr - The Real Madrid forward will be keen to catch the eye at his home stadium. Vini Jnr has scored six goals in his last five appearances.

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