You can bet on the Brazil vs. Colombia World Cup quarter-finals at BetDSI.com here.
Brazil was a -120 favorite, Colombia was listed at 4/1 odds. The Draw would pay out US$26 for every US$10 bet. 60% of those betting this matchup were backing Colombia. The Draw is a good bet considering that the last four games between Brazil and Colombia have ended in draws, with three of those finishing goalless.
Brazil have reached the quarter-finals in each of their last six World Cups, but haven’t gone further than this round since 2002.
Colombia have made the quarter-finals for the first time in their World Cup history.
This will be the first World Cup meeting between the two South American sides.
Colombia last beat Brazil at the Copa America in 1991, losing seven and drawing five since that encounter.
That defeat remains Brazil’s only competitive loss to Colombia, winning 13 of their competitive meetings (D6 L1).
Colombia have failed to score in nine of their last 12 games against Brazil.
Brazil have lost just one of their last 16 World Cup games when they had scored first (W13 D2).
- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com