Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction - 2022 World Cup: Who Will Win?

Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction
Tournament2022 World Cup
Timetable28th November 2022 16:00 GMT
PredictionBrazil to win
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On the 28th of November at 16:00 GMT at the Stadium 974, Brazil and Switzerland will take to the field in the 4th match of Group G and the 31st match of the Qatar FIFA World Cup. Brazil entered this tournament as the favourites to go on to win the title, but this should be an entertaining game of football because the Swiss are no mugs. So, will Brazil put on a show to emphasise their tag as favourites, or will Switzerland turn up and cause a bit of a shock? Keep on reading this prediction to find out the answer.

🏠 Brazil Team Preview

Brazil, according to the FIFA World Rankings, are the best team in the world, and this is not surprising when you take a look at the recent form that they have and the players that they have at their disposal. On the 11th of July 2021 they lost in the Copa America final to Argentina, but since then they have played 13 games and have not lost a single one. In addition to this, they have also been scoring goals for fun, and goals are obviously needed if a team are to go on and win a World Cup.

As we touched on in the introduction, Brazil are the favourites to win the Qatar World Cup and pick up the Jules Rimet trophy for a staggering sixth time, and with such good recent form it is hard to bet against them. Brazil will arrive in Qatar with plenty of confidence, which is definitely not a good sign for everyone else in the competition.

🏆 World Cup History

There is only one country that has competed at every single World Cup, and this is Brazil, which means that Qatar will be the 22nd time that they have played on the biggest stage in world football. They have also had the most success in this competition, having picked up the title a total of five times, with their last title coming back in 2002. In 1970 and 2002, they won the Jules Rimet trophy by winning all of their games, which is another great feat.

All in all, Brazil have played a total of 109 World Cup matches, and they have won 73 of these, lost 18, and drawn 18. During these matches, they have found the back of the net on 229 occasions, and they will be looking to add a vast number of goals to this tally while out in Qatar.

✔️ Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

Brazil performed incredibly well in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualification process, winning 14 games from 17 and not losing a single game. During these 17 matches, they scored a total of 40 goals and conceded only five, and they finished six points ahead of Argentina in second place, who also did not lose a single game in qualifying. Brazil and Argentina did play a game less than the other South American teams because their much-anticipated clash on matchday six was postponed due to Covid-19 concerns. The match was rescheduled, but it was cancelled because both teams qualified for Qatar easily, and the result of the game would not have made a difference to the table.

Below you can see the matches that Brazil played to book themselves a spot in the World Cup finals in Qatar:

DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
9th October 2020Brazil vs Bolivia5-0Brazil
13th October 2020Peru vs Brazil2-4Brazil
13th November 2020Brazil vs Venezuela1-0Brazil
17th November 2020Uruguay vs Brazil0-2Brazil
4th June 2021Brazil vs Ecuador2-0Brazil
8th June 2021Paraguay vs Brazil0-2Brazil
2nd September 2021Chile vs Brazil0-1Brazil
9th September 2021Brazil vs Peru2-0Brazil
7th October 2021Venezuela vs Brazil1-3Brazil
10th October 2021Colombia vs Brazil0-0Draw
14th October 2021Brazil vs Uruguay4-1Brazil
11th November 2021Brazil vs Colombia1-0Brazil
16th November 2021Argentina vs Brazil0-0Draw
27th January 2022Ecuador vs Brazil1-1Draw
1st February 2022Brazil vs Paraguay4-0Brazil
24th March 2022Brazil vs Chile4-0Brazil
29th March 2022Bolivia vs Brazil0-4Brazil

⭐ Brazil Players to Watch

Choosing only three Brazil players to watch at Qatar is not a task for the faint of heart, but we have given it a good go and below are three players to keep an eye on when Brazil are playing in Qatar:

  • Neymar: Neymar is definitely one of Brazil's talismans thanks to the 74 goals that he has scored in 119 appearances for his country. In addition to this, he enters this competition having been in some top form for Paris Saint-Germain - in 14 games, he has scored 11 goals and provided no fewer than 9 assists. If Brazil do go on to pick up the title for a sixth time, then we are pretty sure that Neymar will have played a big hand in helping them do so
  • Vinícius Júnior: He is a bit inexperienced on the international stage, but his pace, form, and dribbling skills could see him light up the World Cup in Qatar. He currently plays for Real Madrid, and he had a fantastic season for them last year, netting 22 times in 52 matches. In this 2022/23 La Liga season, he has scored 6 goals and provided 3 assists from 14 matches. At the moment he only has 1 goal in 16 matches for Brazil, but we are sure that he will add to this tally during the Qatar World Cup
  • Lucas PaquetáHe recently signed for West Ham for £50 million and he is still trying to adjust to the English Premier League, but he will definitely be a weapon for Brazil in Qatar. He has a lot of creativity and knows where the goal is, scoring three times in the qualification rounds. His teammates love him because he is always putting chances on a plate for them, and his partnership with Neymar could end up being crucial to their World Cup hopes

☍ Switzerland Preview

The Swiss are currently ranked by FIFA as the 16th best team in the world, which makes them the 11th best team in Europe. Although this is not the highest ranking that they have ever had, it is still an indicator as to how useful this Swiss team are out there on the field.

During Euro 2020, they showed their talent by knocking France out in the Round of 16 on penalties after a fascinating 3-3 result. Then, in the quarter-finals, they took on Spain and drew 1-1, but were knocked out on penalties. So, despite the fact that Switzerland have been a bit out of form as of late, they still have the quality to compete with the best teams in the world, and Brazil should definitely not take them lightly.

🏆 World Cup History

The Qatar World Cup will be the 12th time that Switzerland have competed at the World Cup, and it will be the fifth time in a row that they have done so. The best that they have managed is a quarter-final appearance in 1934, 1938, and 1954. In 1962 and 1966 they exited the competition in the group stage, while they did not qualify for any World Cup between 1970 and 1994.

In 1993, Switzerland were ranked as the world's third best team, so they were expected to perform well in the 1994 World Cup in the USA, but they were disappointingly beaten by Spain 3-0 in the Round of 16. They then failed to qualify for the 1998 and 2002 editions, and they have played at every World Cup since, and have been eliminated in the Round of 16 on three of the five occasions.

✔️ Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

Switzerland were not expected by many to earn automatic qualification to the 2022 World Cup since they were drawn in a group alongside European Champions Italy. In their penultimate match against Italy, Jorginho had the chance to book his team a spot in the World Cup with a late penalty, but he missed it and the matched finished 1-1. This meant that Italy and Switzerland entered their last matches level on points but a -2-goal difference, meaning that they needed to win big and hope that Northern Ireland would do them a favour. They went on to thrash Bulgaria 4-0, while Italy could only manage a 0-0 draw with Northern Ireland, which meant the Swiss topped the group and Italy had to settle for a play-off spot.

Below are the matches that the Swiss played on their road to Qatar:

DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
25th March 2021Bulgaria vs Switzerland1-3Switzerland
28th March 2021Switzerland vs Lithuania1-0Switzerland
5th September 2021Switzerland vs Italy0-0Draw
8th September 2021Northern Ireland vs Switzerland0-0Draw
9th October 2021Switzerland vs Northern Ireland2-0Switzerland
12th October 2021Lithuania vs Switzerland0-4Switzerland
12th November 2021Italy vs Switzerland1-1Draw
15th November 2021Switzerland vs Bulgaria4-0Switzerland

⭐ Switzerland Players to Watch

Switzerland have a number of players that play for top teams across Europe, and below we are going to have a look at three players who could end up having a big say for the Swiss at this year's World Cup.

  • Noah Okafor: Fans of Chelsea will know this name because the pacy striker scored an important equaliser for Red Bull Salzburg when these two teams met at Stamford Bridge for a UEFA Champions League tie. At just 22 years of age, he is having a good time of it with Salzburg, scoring 31 goals in 90 matches. To date, he has been capped eight times by Switzerland and he has scored two goals, but there is a good chance that he will add to this tally in Qatar
  • Xherdan Shaqiri: He has been one of Switzerland's best players for a while now, and things have not changed heading into this World Cup. With 106 Switzerland appearances under his belt and 26 goals to boot, he is a big game player that always shows up when he is playing for his country. Despite now playing in the USA, his experience and skills will be needed by the Swiss
  • Manuel AkanjiTo go deep in any big football tournament a team needs to have a solid defence, and Akanji, who plays for Manchester City in the Premier League, will definitely frustrate plenty of attackers during the Qatar World Cup. He is a strong, quick, and no-nonsense defender, so we look forward to seeing him show off his defensive skills throughout the competition

💯 Brazil vs Switzerland Betting Odds

When you are thinking about betting on a football match, you obviously want to do so using some of the best odds around since this is how you increase your profit margin if you manage to place a winning wager. Therefore, with this in mind, below we have given you a table of match winner odds that five top betting sites are currently offering their punters. It will not come as much of a surprise to hear that Brazil are favourites to win.

⚡ Match Winner


🔥 Both Teams to Score

Football betting has become really popular to UK bettors because there are so many different markets that can be bet on. From the variety of markets that are on offer, there is one particular market that we like to have a look at, and it is Both Teams to Score. With the BTTS market, you have the option of cheering on both sides because they both have to score for your bet to be a winner.

Below you can see the BTTS odds that are on offer for this Brazil v Switzerland match:


🥅 Over/Under 2.5 Goals

Another market that we also like to have a closer look at when football betting is called the Over/Under 2.5 goals market. For those who are new to betting on football, with this type of bet you need to try and guess the total number of goals that both teams will score in a match. If you opt for the Over 2.5 option, then there needs to be at least three goals in the match for you to win, while those who plumb for the Under 2.5 option will not want to see three goals or more.

Below are the Over/Under 2.5 goals offs that are being offered by five top bookies for the Brazil v Switzerland game:

Over 2.5 goals1.801.851.901.831.90
Under 2.5 goals1.911.951.951.911.95

🥇 Who Will Win? Brazil vs Switzerland Prediction

The Swiss definitely have plenty of talent in their ranks as was shown by their run to the quarter-finals of Euro 2020, and Brazil would do well not to underestimate them. However, there is no squad at the tournament that can match the talent that Brazil have at their disposal, and their form will be quite frightening for anyone who crosses their path in Qatar. So, while we do think that they Swiss will make a game of this, we think the class of Brazil will prevail in the end and they will pick up the vital three points.

"Our match prediction: Brazil to win".

🔍 Our Brazil vs Switzerland Betting Tips?

Below is some extra World Cup football betting advice for this Brazil vs Switzerland match.

Over 2.5 goals: This is one of those matches where there should be plenty of goals, and we are pretty confident that there will be more than 3 goals in this game. If we had to predict a score, we would go for 3-1 to Brazil.

Granit Xhaka to be booked: Xhaka is a no-nonsense midfielder, and he loves nothing more than putting in a strong tackle to give his side impetus. This leaves him open to bookings, and it would not be a surprise to see him get booked in this match.

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Brazil to win

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