World Cup 2022 Brazil vs Serbia start time, betting odds, lines: Expert Picks, FIFA Predictions, Betting

Brazil begin their quest for a sixth World Cup on Thursday when they face Serbia on the last day of the opening of the group stage in FIFA World Cup 2022. The teams are in Group G with Switzerland and Cameroon, and Brazil are clear favorites to win the group at -275 at Caesars Sportsbook. They have won a record five World Cup titles and entered the event as +400 favorites to win another. The Brazilians have few weaknesses, with two world-class goalkeepers, some rising young stars and the legendary Neymar. One of the sport’s all-time greats, Neymar can overtake Pele as his country’s all-time leading goalscorer with another three goals. Serbia may be overlooked, but they come in on a streak, having won their Nations League group and boasting an elite striker in Aleksandar Mitrovic and several other strong attackers.

Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. ET at Lusail Stadium in Qatar. Caesars Sportsbook lists Brazil as -225 moneyline favorites ($225 risk to win $100) in the latest Brazil vs Serbia odds. Serbia are +625 underdogs, a draw costs +330 and the over/under for total goals in the match is 2.5. Before you make any Serbia vs Brazil picks, make sure you check out SportsLine’s soccer confidant Jon Eimer’s 2022 FIFA World Cup predictions, best bets and analysis.

Eimer is a high volume bettor who has vast knowledge of leagues and players around the world. Since joining SportsLine, Eimer has covered the English Premier League, Serie A, FA Cup and more. He is an impressive 48-25-1 in his Premier League picks for SportsLine in 2022, earning nearly $1,800 for $100 bettors. He also went 20-12 in his World Cup qualifiers, returning nearly $600.

Now, Eimer has analyzed the Brazil vs Serbia match from all angles and just locked in his picks and predictions for the 2022 World Cup. You can head over to SportsLine now to see Eimer’s picks. Here are the betting lines and odds for Serbia vs Brazil:

  • Brazil vs Serbia spread: Brazil -1.5 (+130)
  • Brazil – Serbia over/under: 2.5 goals
  • Brazil vs Serbia: Brazil -225, Serbia +625, Draw +330
  • BRA: The Brazilians have a 26-2 goal advantage in their seven-game winning streak
  • SER: Serbs lead 18-5 on current six-game unbeaten streak
  • Brazil vs Serbia picks: See picks here

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Why you should support Brazil

The Selecao will be on a mission as Neymar has been one of the most famous players in the world but has yet to win a World Cup. He has 75 career goals, two less than Pele, but the world legend won three World Cups. Neymar won’t have to do it alone, like Richarlison, Gabriel Jesus and Vinicius Jr he is one of the strikers who can play alongside him. The midfield is loaded with stars like Casemiro, Lucas Paketa, Frederick and Fabinhoand the defense is in his capable hands MarquiniusCaptain Thiago Silva and Eder Militao, among many other stars from the club’s top teams.

Neymar has 12 goals and 10 assists in his 14 international matches since the start of qualifying. Richarlison has 10 goals in 12 games and he and Jesus have combined for 36 goals for Brazil. Raphinha has five goals and four assists in his 11 appearances all-time. Brazil dominated qualifying, going 14-3-0 with a plus-35 goal differential.

Why support Serbia?

The Serbians are not new to this stage as they are making their 12th World Cup appearance, including their years as part of Yugoslavia. They reached the quarter-finals in 1990 and reached the knockout round in 1998, but failed to progress in their last three appearances. However, they are coming off a streak, going just 4-1-0 in their last five games to finish atop their UEFA Nations League group. They also finished top of a qualifying group that included Portugalgoing 6-2-0 and scoring 18 goals.

They are a force in attack, led by Aleksandar Mitrovic, who has nine Premier League goals Fulham. He has 50 international goals in 76 matches. The attack features many players with experience in Italy’s Serie A, including Dusan Vlahovic of Juventus, who forms a lethal partnership with Mitrovic. The 22-year-old has nine goals in 17 international matches.

How to make Serbia vs Brazil picks

Eimer has analyzed Thursday’s Serbia vs Brazil match from every angle. He takes the Over on the goal total and has two more confident best bets, including a co-money play on a player to score a goal. He only shares his World Cup picks and analysis on SportsLine.

So where is all the betting value for Brazil vs Serbia in Thursday’s FIFA World Cup 2022 match? Visit SportsLine now for the best Serbia vs Brazil bets, all from the football expert who went 20-12 on his World Cup qualifier picks and find out

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