Brazil vs Argentina Match Info
Match date: 15th November 2019
Kick-Off: 5:00 pm
Stadium: King Saud University Stadium, Riyadh
Brazil vs Argentina Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
3 Jul 2019 Brazil 2 – 0 Argentina
16 Oct 2018 Argentina 0 – 1 Brazil
9 Jun 2017 Brazil 0 – 1 Argentina
Matches played: 33
Brazil wins: 19
Argentina wins: 7
Brazil vs Argentina Stats
- Brazil now have a four-match winless streak behind them
- Argentina beat Ecuador (1-6) as Alario, Espinoza, Paredes, Pezzella, Dominguez, and Ocampos all found the net to turn heads of many
- Canarinho earned six wins and a draw in the sides’ last eight head-to-head clashes
Brazil vs Argentina Match Preview
Brazil haven’t really been able to impress since winning the 2019 Copa America in front of the home fans, seeing three draws and a loss to Peru (0-1) in four friendlies since early September – held off by Colombia (2-2), Senegal (1-1), and Nigeria (1-1). They now meet Argentina and surely hope to end the unwanted streak despite a tough challenge looming.
Canarinho have been scoring goals but struggled to keep it together at the back, unlike their Copa America campaign where they conceded just one goal in six outings. Tite will now want to regain confidence and pick it up late in 2019, promising a strong challenge at King Saud University Stadium despite no high stakes involved.
Argentina have, on the other hand, enjoyed a solid spell with Leo Scaloni rotating the squad. They’ve outclassed Ecuador (1-6) last time out and with Messi and Aguero both back in the outfit, we feel we’re in for a very competitive display from them as well – with many new faces turning attention their way.
Albiceleste have connected a five-match unbeaten streak since their Copa America exit in the hands of Brazil (2-0), beating Chile (2-1), Mexico (4-0) and holding off Chile (0-0) and Germany (2-2) as well along the way. We’ve seen them scoring goals on the regular and they’ll be very motivated to show off again.
We thus expect a thrilling contest on the day but Brazil should prove their worth here despite a less formidable spell of form lately. We’re thus sticking our necks out for a Draw priced at 2/1 with bet365, which looks like the best approach to the fixture.
Indeed, this would be the fourth such occasion in five outings for Brazil. Still, we expect goals and we hope to see both sides in good form up front, as we now also back a Yes on Both teams to score at 5/6 with bet365 – which has caught the eye of many in the know as well.
Brazil vs Argentina Betting Tips
Draw @ 2/1 with bet365
Both teams to score Yes @ 5/6 with bet365
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