Brazil vs Serbia Betting Preview – 24.11

Brazil vs Serbia Betting

The five-time World Cup winner Brazill will start the campaign for the title against Serbia. Having one of the strongest squads in the tournament, Brazil are considered the main favourite. Will they be able to pull that off? Let’s see talk about that comprehensively in this Brazil vs Serbia betting preview.

Brazil Form

The Brazilian national team is the most titled football team in the world. Five world titles speak for themselves. In addition, the Brazilians are the only team that have never missed the final stage of the World Cup. Like four years ago, Brazil is approaching the World Cup in Qatar as the main favourite and one of the most interesting teams in the tournament.

Tite is the head coach of Brazil. The coaching career of the Brazilian specialist has been going on for 32 years. The main success of Tite as a coach is the victory with Corinthians in the Brazilian championship and the Copa Libertadores. In Brazil, he took over in 2016. Under his leadership, Brazil won the Copa America title in 2019.

The strengths of the Brazilian national team are the class of players and the squad’s balance. The Brazilian national team is traditionally strong in the individual actions of its players. This is especially true of the attacking line. Brazilian players have always stood out for their technique and dribbling. And the current team is no exception.

Among the weaknesses of this team, first of all, problems in the defence stand out. Selecao has a very balanced squad. Some players have been to several World Cups. There are also young players who are only at the beginning of their football journey. A fusion of youth and experience – this is how the current squad can be characterized.

Defensive play has never been Brazil’s main advantage. Selecao defenders often make too many positional errors, which in the last stages of the playoffs of the 2022 World Cup might be fatal.

Serbia Form

The Serbian national team is going to the next World Cup with great hopes. Not once did the Serbs manage to get past the group stage – despite having a great squad, they always somehow managed to fail at every big tournament. So Serbia is bringing a good group of players to the Qatari World Cup, hoping that the curse of the group stage will finally be lifted.

The Serbian national team is led by Dragan Stojkovic. During his coaching career, the Serbian specialist managed to train Chinese and Japanese clubs, having managed to win the championship and the Japanese Super Cup. Stojkovic became the head coach of the Serbs in 2021.

The strengths of the Serbian national team are the game in the air and the accuracy of the passes. 94% of the passes that the Serbs make are accurate, which is a great result. Opponents should not expect mistakes from them in this component.

Among the weaknesses of this team, defence and psychology stand out. The defence of the Serbian national team raises many questions. The constant positional errors of the defenders lead to moments at their own goal, and as a result, the Serbs concede a lot.

Another traditional problem for Serbia is psychology. Even though the Serbs always have an excellent squad, they often fail in important matches. In this team, you can never be 100% sure.

Interesting Facts

  • In the last five matches, the Serbs have scored an average of more than two goals per game.
  • Serbia is undefeated in their last five meetings.
  • In the last five meetings, Brazil scored an average of more than three goals per 1 game.
  • Brazilians won their last seven matches.

Brazil vs Serbia: H2H Matches

Brazil and Serbia met twice, in 2014 and 2018. The first one was a friendly match, which Brazil won 1:0. The second one was a matchup at the 2018 World Cup – in the group stage. Similar to the previous match, Brazil won (2:0).

Players to Watch

Brazil can boast of having the best attack with quality players. However, Serbia are not inferior to them. There are a lot of high-quality players on both teams.

Neymar – Brazil

Neymar is the best Brazilian player of the last decade. Considered one of the most talented players of his generation, he never fully lived up to all the hopes placed on him. Due to various factors, both football and non-football, the PSG striker has not achieved the success that many football fans expected from him.

Despite this, dribbling and technique of the highest level still allow Neymar to remain one of the most dangerous players on the planet. If he shows his best game at the World Cup in Qatar, the Selecao will be able to get closer to the title.

Vinicius Junior – Brazil

Vinicius is a rising superstar. After the departure of Neymar from the national team, the burden of leadership in the team is likely to be taken by Vinicius. He is distinguished by excellent technique and dribbling; however, unlike the PSG player, Vinicius is also very fast.

The Real Madrid striker has already proved himself at the club level, and the upcoming tournament in Qatar is a great chance for Vinicius to prove himself.

Casemiro – Brazil

Casemiro is one of the best defensive midfielders in the world. The current Manchester United player is the most decorated in the squad, having won numerous trophies with Real Madrid. Primarily due to his defensive skills and experience, he plays a key role in the Brazilian midfield.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic – Serbia

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is a stronghold of the central zone of the team. He is a very versatile player. Despite his height, Milinkovic-Savic has excellent technique. He is often called the Serbian Pogba, in a good way. The current Serbian national team cannot be imagined without the vision of the field and the passes of the Lazio midfielder.

Dusan Tadic – Serbia

Dusan Tadic is the leader of the national team. For Serbia, he is a system-forming player due to his technique and in-game intelligence. He creates most of the dangerous moments at the opponents’ goal. For the national team, Tadic played 69 matches in official tournaments and scored 11 goals.

Aleksandar Mitrovic – Serbia

Aleksandar Mitrovic is the team’s top scorer. Despite the presence of Luka Jovic and Dusan Vlahovic in the team, Mitrovic is still the main striker of the Serbs. He has a well-developed scoring instinct, which proves two titles of the best scorer in the English Championship. Mitrovic played 73 matches for the national team, scoring 47 goals.

Brazil vs Serbia Betting Tips

Here are the available betting tips we have decided to collect for you:

H1 (-1) for Brazil – 1.70

Brazil has almost no weaknesses. This is especially true of the attacking line, where Vinicius and Rodrygo do not even get into the main team. Serbia also boasts quite well-known and experienced players, but it will be extremely difficult to hold such an attack for 90 minutes.

In addition, Selecao has a long bench. Serbia has a good attack, but not everything is so smooth in defence. For example, in four out of six matches in the League of Nations, the Serbs conceded at least one goal. At the World Cup in Russia, the score was 2:0 in favour of the Brazilian team. This time, we expect the Selesao to win again, but probably with a minimal score. We bet on H1 (-1).

Total Over 2.5 Goals – 1.65

Brazil have played eight games this year and scored at least three goals in six. The average total goals in matches involving Brazil is 3.75. Serbia scores an average of 2.11 goals, and the total in matches with its participation is 3.11. We expect that the national teams will be able to score at least three goals or more.

Serbia to Have Over 2.5 Corner Kicks – 1.55

Serbia have won eight out of nine matches this year in terms of corners, with an average of 5.11 corners per game. We are confident that the Serbs will not sit back in defence and will try to play on an equal footing with Brazil. We think that Serbia will have over 2.5 corner kicks in this game.

Under 4.5 Yellow Cards – 1.65

Brazil players receive 1.88 yellow cards, and Serbs receive 1.44 yellow cards. Four years ago, only three yellow cards were shown in the match between these teams. This time we expect the referee to show no more than four yellow cards. We take under 4.5 yellow cards.


We expect an exciting and open match where teams will not sit back, hoping not to concede a goal. Brazil are clear favourites, but Serbia will definitely create problems in the attack as well.