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England vs Brazil prediction, odds, expert football betting tips and best bets for international friendly | Sporting News United Kingdom

Two global football powers clash in their last international break before major continental tournaments as England host South American giants Brazil at Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday.

While the match is technically an international friendly, the game has plenty on the line for both sides. For England, the Three Lions were poor in the attack back in November, drawing 1-1 with North Macedonia in their final Euro qualifier, and will look to reestablish their place as one of the world’s most formidable sides.

Brazil, meanwhile, are in dire straits with little time to turn things around before both the Copa America this summer and World Cup two years later. They have gone four straight World Cup qualifiers without a win, including three defeats on the trot amidst a situation quickly reaching the crisis threshold.


If the Selecao fall here and against Spain, there will be alarm bells at full volume in the South American nation, with their place amongst the global football elite suddenly feeling shaky.

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England vs Brazil prediction, odds

  • Moneyline lean: England (-120)
  • Score prediction: England 3-1 Brazil

If Brazil can’t manage to beat Venezuela at home, or Colombia and Uruguay on the road, they have little chance to beat England at Wembley. The Three Lions haven’t tasted defeat at their nation’s most iconic national venue since 2020 in the Nations League when they fell 1-0 to Denmark thanks to Harry Maguire’s first-half red card.

In fact, England haven’t been beaten at all since their 2-1 defeat to France at the 2022 World Cup, and on current form, it feels an impossible ask for a Brazil side that desperately misses an injured Neymar. To top it off, Brazil feature an experimental squad that is absent many of its most reliable veterans as new head coach Dorival Junior looks for unheralded heroes amongst an inexperienced roster.

Unless the new boss can work a miracle in his first match in charge, victory at home is on the cards for England, although it’s possible that Gareth Southgate is happy to settle for a draw if things are tight through the final 20 minutes.

  BetMGM
(USA)
England win -120
Draw +260
Brazil win +290
Both teams
to score Y/N
-135 / -110
Over / Under
2.5 goals
-120 / -115
England
-0.5 goals
-125
Brazil
+0.5 goals
-115

England vs Brazil match facts

  • Date: Saturday, Mar. 23, 2024
  • Kickoff time: 7 p.m. local (3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT)
  • Location: Wembley Stadium (London, England)
  • Last meeting: England 0-0 Brazil (Nov. 14, 2017 | Friendly)

England vs Brazil best bet

  • Pick: Both teams to score & over 2.5 total goals
  • Odds: +120 (BetMGM)

While England are the stronger side, they are not exactly the most secure side at the back, especially against established global powers. They gave up an early goal to Italy back in October before storming back and winning 1-0, while also coughing up one in each of their road games at Italy, Ukraine, North Macedonia, and Scotland.

Between Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham, and Phil Foden, the Three Lions have more than enough attacking firepower to punish Brazil for any mistakes, but they could also see the likes of Vinicus Jr create some magic of his own.

England vs Brazil prop bet

  • Pick: Jude Bellingham to score or assist a goal
  • Odds: +115 (FanDuel)

While Phil Foden is in arguably the best club form of any forward currently in the England squad, his skill set has failed to translate to the national team stage thus far, with just four goals in 31 international caps.

Instead, the white-hot player who will almost surely be a factor in front of goal is Jude Bellingham. While Harry Kane can gobble up the chances, Bellingham is an efficient finisher and can bear fruit with even just one or two shots of his own. Meanwhile, the Real Madrid star is adept at feeding his teammates with chances too, assisting a pair against Italy in his last international appearance while scoring and assisting goals against Scotland in a friendly last September.

Bellingham’s ability to do both make this a profitable selection, especially in a game against Brazil where the South American side boasts an enormously inexperienced defensive unit without veterans like Marquinhos, Gabriel, and Eder Militao.

England vs Brazil live stream, TV channel

  TV channel Streaming
USA FOX Fubo USA, Fox Sports Go, ViX
Canada  — DAZN
UK Channel 4 Channel 4 website

Underpinning the importance of this friendly match, the game between England and Brazil will be broadcast on network television in multiple countries, including both the U.S. and the U.K.

In the United States, the match will be televised on FOX’s main network channel, which is available to stream on Fubo, who offers a FREE trial for new users. It can also be found on Fox Sports Go, while a Spanish-language broadcast will be available via streaming service ViX.


In the UK, this match will air on Channel 4, via both its over-the-air television channel and their adjacent streaming platform. Meanwhile, in Canada, the match will be streamed by DAZN.