Brazil vs Argentina Preview, Tips and Odds


Brazil welcomes Argentina for their Copa America semi-final on Tuesday at Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro. The South American El Clasico is one of the greatest football rivalries in the world. The winner of this tie will reach the final. Argentina are with fourteen continental titles and are just one behind Uruguay’s fifteen, but their last continental triumph came back in 1993. Brazil have won the competition on eight occasions.

Brazil vs Argentina Head to Head

Head to HeadLast gameLast gamesLast games home/away
BrazilWin10 W/ 5 D/ 5 L8 W/ 1 D/ 1 L
ArgentinaLoss5 W/ 5 D/ 10 L1 W/ 1 D/ 8 L

Last game between the nations: 16.10.2018 Brazil – Argentina 1:0; Joao Miranda 90’
Last game on Brazilian soil: 16.10.2018 Brazil – Argentina 1:0; Joao Miranda 90’

Worth mentioning: The Brazilians won the last El Clasico, which was a friendly game played on a neutral location thanks to a late goal scored by Joao Miranda. The visiting side won only two times from the previous twenty H2H matches. Just one of the previous five games between Brazil and Argentina produced over 2,5 goals, while another one witnessed goals at both ends. The big Brazilian star Neymar is injured and is out of the entire competition. Selecao were able to hit the back of the Argentinian net in eight of their previous clashes.

Brazil vs Argentina Stats

As of 29.06Last gameLast 10 gamesLast 5 games home/away
BrazilDraw7 W/ 3 D/ 0 L3 W/ 2 D/ 0 L
ArgentinaWin6 W/ 1 D/ 3 L3 W/ 1 D/ 1 L

Last game Brazil: 28.06.2019 Copa America: Brazil – Paraguay 0:0; Fabian Balbuena from the visiting side was sent off for red card in the 58’; Brazil won after penalties
Next game Brazil: 03.07.2019 Copa America: Brazil – Argentina
Last game Argentina: 28.06.2019 Copa America: Venezuela – Argentina 0:2; Lautaro Martinez 10’, Giovani Lo Celso 74’
Next game Argentina: 03.07.2019 Copa America: Brazil – Argentina

Last 10 gamesGF:GAOver 2,5BTTSClean sheets
Brazil23:2428
Argentina16:7235

Worth mentioning: Brazil are undefeated in their last fourteen encounters and managed to win eleven of those. The five-time World Champions scored three or more goals in three of the previous five games. Tite’s players kept sixteen clean sheets in their last twenty matches and hit the back of the nets in eighteen of these meetings.
Argentina won their last two matches with the same scoreline of 0:2, as Inter’s striker Lautaro Martinez scored the first goals in both games. Just one of the previous of the Gauchos encounters featured over 2,5 goals and two witnessed goals at both ends. Neither of the Argentinians last five away matches produced over 2,5, nor saw both involved countries to score.

Brazil vs Argentina News

Missing players Brazil: No reports of injuries or suspensions.
Missing players Argentina: No reports of injuries or suspensions.

Brazil vs Argentina Predictions

Over 2,5 goals – 2.50 @ bet365