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Bolivia vs Brazil Prediction

Bolivia will welcome Brazil to the Olympic Stadium Hernando Siles this Wednesday night as the two nations play out their final group game of the CONMEBOL World Cup Qualifiers group with the five-time world champions once more finishing top of the group just as Bolivia missed out again on World Cup qualification.

Brazil ended up doing all their hard work in the early stages of their World Cup qualification process as they were already set to qualify way before the start of this final international break of the 2021/22 season. Moreover, they have only gone and thrashed Chile 4-0 in this international break, where Richarlison, Coutinho, Neymar and Vinicius Junior all scored another goal for their country in what was a complete demolition of the Chileans.

As for Bolivia, however, they sit second from bottom in the table and have won just four games all campaign long and managed to rack up the worst defensive record in the South American side of things with a damning 38 goals let in from 23 games.

On the other hand, Brazil have scored the most and conceded the least and have all of sudden become the favourites to win the World Cup in December after a flawless qualification process that saw them concede a stunning five goals in 16 games and score 36 while not registering a single loss.

It goes without saying that Brazil are the clear favourites to win again here, and it should really be a fairly easy day at the office for them.

Bolivia team news

Bolivia haven't qualified, but they could still give some minutes and caps to those who don't tend to get them. Juame Cuellar, Gabriel Villamil, Ramiro Vaca, and Hector Sanchez all tend to get game time either from the start or off the bench, and with them coming into the fray later on against Colombia, perhaps they will start here.

Guillermo Viscarra is the nation's number one usually, but he stayed on the bench for Cordano last time out so there could be a switch back to the norm here. Henry Vaca, Sebastian Reyes, and Jairo Quinteros may also come into the starting XI against Brazil, but either way, expect plenty of changes and substitutions throughout the game.

brazil team news

Brazil can field however many changes they so please with them being so clear at the top of the group and having already secured qualification to Qatar 2022. With this said, do expect plenty of changes to Tite's side for this one.

Alisson started in goal once more in the win over Chile, but there could not be a spot for for uncapped 31-year-old, Everson, who has been excelling with Atlético Mineiro this campaign as Ederson is not in the squad this time around.

Danilo, Marquinhos and Thiago Silva all played that day too, but Dani Alves could now get another cap along with Alex Telles at left-back and Eder Militao in centre-back. Arthur Melo could also come into the midfield with Fabinho, as Fred and Casemiro played in the last game but Fred might get another cap.

Antony, Lucas Paqueta, and Vinicius Junior played in the attacking midfield roles against Chile, but Bruno Guimaraes, Philippe Coutinho, and Gabriel Martinelli all came off the bench and could start here, with Richarlison potentially replacing Neymar up top by himself