Monday, June 28, 2010

Brazil vs Chile World Cup Betting: Kaka, Robinho Back, Brazil Favored

Brazil vs Chile World Cup Pre Quarter-finals @ Sportsbook: With the opening round of the World Cup over, the real fun begins and Brazil will take on Chile on Monday in its Round of 16 matchup at Ellis Park Stadium.
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Brazil is listed as a heavy fave at -256 while Chile is a big +519 underdog and the Total is set at 2.5.

Brazil is listed at +330 to win by a pair of goals and +225 to win by a single goal and as if Brazil’s chances weren’t good before, Midfielder Kaka and Forward Robinho will be back in the lineup.

Kaka or Robinho took part in the team’s last game vs. Portugal with Kaka out for receiving two yellow cards and Robinho didn’t play due to a minor thigh injury, though he would’ve seen action if it were a do-or-die game.

“I would have played against Portugal if it was a decisive match and Brazil hadn’t advanced yet,” Robinho told reporters.

While the Brazilians and Portuguese were expected to set off some offensive fireworks in their game, they failed to deliver and the game ended on a 0-0 draw.

If the Brazil-Chile tilt ends in a tie, it will pay out at +257.

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