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Brazil vs Ghana prediction, odds and free tips 23/09/2022

These odds from Ladbrokes were correct at the time of writing.

Perhaps one of the most interesting friendlies scheduled for this Friday is the Brazil vs Ghana duel. With that in mind, we have a detailed preview of this match for you, along with some free betting predictions.

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Brazil to Win at Half Time and Full Time

This friendly match can be interesting, especially since it’s played in neutral location. After all, Ghana is one of the best African teams and they will play in World Cup this winter.

That being said, Brazil has been on another level recently, ending the WC Qualifiers in South America without a loss. In fact, the last time Brazil lost was last summer, in Copa America final against their bitter rivals Argentina. So, it’s hard to envision any other result than a win for the South American team and we expect that win to come after they also lead at half time.

Brazil to Win with Handicap (-1)

Since we expect Brazil to win after leading at half time, we can also see them winning with a one-goal handicap, i.e. beating Ghana by two or more goals.

Despite this being a friendly match and Brazil perhaps not playing to their full strength, this is a team that has a huge pool of great players and even their “reserve” team can be dominant against many other nations.

Over 2.5 Total Goals

Because we expect Brazil to win by two or more goals, we can also see this match going over 2.5 total goals. After all, this is a friendly game, which usually end up being more efficient than competitive games.

In addition to this, we saw at least three goals in four of the last five games played by Brazil. Meanwhile, only one of the five most recent Ghana matches has gone over 2.5 total goals, but most of the scoring should be done by Brazil anyway.

Brazil vs Ghana preview: Can Ghana stop the mighty Brazil?

Brazil

After their impressive performances in WC Qualifiers, which they ended without a loss, Brazil is seen by many as one of the main candidates for winning the World Cup in Qatar. The team is full of big names and some of them might even end up on the outside. For example, Arsenal’s duo Gabriel Jesus and Gabriel Martinelli is left out at the moment, despite their great form.

Ghana

It’s been a tough road for Ghana to World Cup, culminating in a fiery game against Nigeria, but the team managed to hold the fort in that match and secure a spot in Qatar. Ghana has also been in great form lately, with four wins and one draw in the last five games. Meanwhile, we will likely see a Tariq Lamptey and Inaki Williams suit up for Ghana for the first time, after they decided to represent the African country instead of England and Spain, respectively.

The best stats and odds for Brazil vs Ghana

If you don’t want to spend time looking for the highest Brazil vs Ghana odds, check them all out right here:

Last Five - Brazil4748

28/11/22

World Cup 2022 WC2022

4699

Switzerland

4748

Brazil

0

1

W

24/11/22

World Cup 2022 WC2022

6355 1

Serbia

4748

Brazil

0

2

W

27/09/22

International Match International

4729

Tunisia

4748

Brazil

1

5

W

23/09/22

International Match International

4764

Ghana

4748

Brazil

0

3

W

06/06/22

International Match International

4770

Japan

4748

Brazil

0

1

W

Last Five - Ghana4764

28/11/22

World Cup 2022 WC2022

4735

South Korea

4764

Ghana

2

3

W

24/11/22

World Cup 2022 WC2022

4704

Portugal

4764

Ghana

3

2

L

17/11/22

International Match International

4699

Switzerland

4764

Ghana

0

2

W

27/09/22

International Match International

21817

Nicaragua

4764

Ghana

0

1

W

23/09/22

International Match International

4748

Brazil

4764

Ghana

3

0

L

Frequently asked questions for Brazil vs Ghana

Brazil vs Ghana Prediction

  • What is the venue of the match? The venue of the match is The Stade Oceane in Le Havre, France.
  • When will the game start? The game will start at 7:30 pm BST on Friday, September 23rd.
  • Who is the odds favourite? Brazil is the absolute favourite at 1/5 (1.20) odds.

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