Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds

Free Brazil vs Switzerland prediction. 18:00 Kick-off, Monday 28 November at Stadium 974. 2022 FIFA World Cup betting tips and football odds.




We’re expecting a sizeable win for Brazil against Switzerland. Our betting prediction is to back the 2.30 about our selection on the Asian Handicap with a -1.5 goal deficit.

Our team of football experts monitor the current injuries and suspensions. When integrated with the latest form, this helps us secure the value odds. Our data-led approach backed up by key stats always proves useful.

Key Brazil vs Switzerland stats:

  • Brazil have not lost any of their last 12 matches
  • Brazil have won 9 of their past 10 home matches
  • Brazil have kept 14 clean sheets in their past 20 matches
  • Brazil have scored 2 or more goals in 6 of their past 10 home matches

We’re confident that our selection can win by a sizeable margin in this FIFA World Cup game. Therefore, the pick includes backing the 2.30 about the favourite with a -1.5 goal Asian Handicap.

If you think Brazil can win by a bigger margin than two goals, you might want to consider them off -2.5 goals.

Last Matches (excl. friendlies)

Brazil had ten shots on target when they won 2-0 against Serbia at Lusail Stadium. Richarlison found the net twice during this FIFA World Cup match.

Switzerland approach this fixture after winning 1-0 in the FIFA World Cup against Cameroon. Breel Embolo scored for Switzerland at Al Janoub Stadium.

Starting Lineups

Brazil (confirmed lineup): Alisson Becker, Eder Militao, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Alex Sandro, Fred, Casemiro, Lucas Paqueta, Raphinha, Richarlison, Vinicius Junior.

Switzerland (confirmed lineup): Yann Sommer, Silvan Widmer, Manuel Akanji, Nico Elvedi, Ricardo Rodriguez, Remo Freuler, Granit Xhaka, Fabian Rieder, Djibril Sow, Ruben Vargas, Breel Embolo.

Brazil vs Switzerland Betting Tips

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Betting Odds

Brazil are the shortest price to win this FIFA World Cup game according to the bookies, with the gambling operators giving them a 69% probability due to their 1.44 betting odds. At 7.50, Switzerland are regarded as having a lower probability of winning this match.

If you’re betting on Total Goals, the market are finding it hard to split Unders and Overs. There are two Both Teams to Score options, with Yes on offer at 2.20 and No at 1.61.

If you fancy Brazil but want money back if this FIFA World Cup match is a draw, then you can get 1.14. You can bet on Switzerland at 5.50 on the Draw No Bet market.

Team Stats

Latest FIFA World Cup and match stats. Full Time Result and Goals.

Brazil logo Brazil Betting Stats

Switzerland logo Switzerland Betting Stats

Full time Result

  • 15 wins, 1 defeats and 4 draws in previous 20 matches
  • 9 wins, 0 defeats and 1 draws in previous 10 home matches

Full time Results

  • 11 wins, 5 defeats and 4 draws in previous 20 matches
  • 4 wins, 3 defeats and 3 draws in previous 10 away matches





Goals / match
3 1.2
Conceded / match
0.2 0.6
Total / match
3.2 1.8





For / match
4 5.2
Against / match
4 5.8
Total / match
8 11



Team News

It’s great to get the latest lineups for the match, with injuries being flagged up thanks to our up-to-date Brazil vs Switzerland team news.

Getting the player information you need is easy thanks to the FIFA World Cup squads.

Starting Lineups

Brazil Confirmed Lineup 4-3-3

Switzerland Confirmed Lineup 4-2-3-1

Brazil Confirmed Lineup 4-3-3

1 Alisson Becker
14 Eder Militao 3 Thiago Silva 4 Marquinhos 6 Alex Sandro
8 Fred 5 Casemiro 7 Lucas Paqueta
11 Raphinha 9 Richarlison 20 Vinicius Junior
1 Yann Sommer
3 Silvan Widmer 5 Manuel Akanji 4 Nico Elvedi 13 Ricardo Rodriguez
8 Remo Freuler 10 Granit Xhaka
25 Fabian Rieder 15 Djibril Sow 17 Ruben Vargas
7 Breel Embolo

Switzerland Confirmed Lineup 4-2-3-1

Brazil Substitutes

  • 12Weverton
  • 13Dani Alves
  • 15Fabinho
  • 16Alex Telles
  • 17Bruno Guimaraes
  • 18Gabriel Jesus
  • 19Antony
  • 21Rodrygo
  • 22Everton Ribeiro
  • 23Ederson Moraes
  • 24Gleison Bremer
  • 25Pedro
  • 26Gabriel Martinelli

Switzerland Substitutes

  • 2Edimilson Fernandes
  • 6Denis Zakaria
  • 9Haris Seferovic
  • 11Renato Steffen
  • 12Jonas Omlin
  • 14Michel Aebischer
  • 16Christian Fassnacht
  • 18Eray Coemert
  • 20Fabian Frei
  • 21Gregor Kobel
  • 22Fabian Schaer
  • 23Xherdan Shaqiri
  • 24Philipp Koehn
  • 26Ardon Jashari

Previous Brazil Lineups

24 Nov FIFA World Cup
Brazil 2-0 Serbia
30 Mar South America World Cup Qualifiers
Bolivia 0-4 Brazil
25 Mar South America World Cup Qualifiers
Brazil 4-0 Chile

Previous Switzerland Lineups

24 Nov FIFA World Cup
Switzerland 1-0 Cameroon
27 Sep Nations League
Switzerland 2-1 Czech Republic
24 Sep Nations League
Spain 1-2 Switzerland

Predicted lineups and confirmed starting 11s form part of our Brazil vs Switzerland lineups service and this includes the formations for each team.

Injuries & Suspensions

Brazil Injury Table

Type Name Info
No players are currently reported injured or suspended.
Neymar Jr Ankle injury
Danilo Ankle injury

Switzerland Injury Table

Type Name Info
No players are currently reported injured or suspended.
Renato Steffen Muscle injury

Find out each player’s availability thanks to our injuries and suspensions news. We have a full list of players for each team that are currently sidelined.

We’ve got a full list of players for every squad and there’s also stats available.

FIFA FlagTables & Standings

World Cup Group G

# Team G W D L +/- P
1 Brazil 1 1 0 0 2:0 3
2 Switzerland 1 1 0 0 1:0 3
3 Cameroon 1 0 0 1 0:1 0
4 Serbia 1 0 0 1 0:2 0
# Team G W D L +/- P
1 Brazil 1 1 0 0 2:0 3
2 Switzerland 1 1 0 0 1:0 3
3 Cameroon 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
4 Serbia 0 0 0 0 0:0 0

The FIFA World Cup standings will highlight the leading teams in the table. Go through the standings to see how many points each side has earned.