Brazil vs Bolivia Live Reddit Score 29/03/2022
Brazil, on the other side, recently defeated Martin Lasarte’s Chile 4-0 in a friendly match. Tite’s Brazil won thanks to goals from Neymar of Paris Saint-Germain, Vinicius Junior of Real Madrid, Philippe Coutinho of Aston Villa, and Richarlison of Everton.
Vinicius Junior and Neymar Junior have both been sidelined for the Bolivia encounter due to bookings received against Chile. They have now returned to their respective European clubs as a result. Gabriel Martinelli of Arsenal has an opportunity to flourish as a result of their absence.
Bolivia is coming off a recent 3-0 loss to Colombian coach Reinaldo Rueda’s team. Colombia won the match thanks to goals from Luis Diaz of Liverpool, Miguel Borja of Junior, and Mateus Uribe of Porto.
Brazil headed into the World Cup Qualifying campaign as heavy favourites to progress at the top end of the South American group, and they have delivered on their potential so far.
Inter Miami defender Jairo Quinteros, Beerschot midfielder Ramiro Vaca, and The Strongest midfielder Henry Vaca have all been named to the team. The Strongest goalkeeper Jhohan Gutierrez, Oriento Petrolero defender Marcelo Suarez, Blooming midfielder Richard Spenhay, and Bolivar defender Jose Herrera might all make their debuts. Jaume Cuellar, a striker for Lugo, has been suspended.
In their 16 outings, the Selecao have picked up 13 victories and not suffered a defeat, leading Argentina by four points at the top of the group as a result.
That has been down to a fine run of performances at both ends of the pitch, with no other nation matching their tallies of 36 goals scored and only five conceded, having most recently recorded consecutive 4-0 wins.
They firstly rounded off the first round of fixtures of the new year with a thrashing of Paraguay, before returning to action with a home victory over Chile last time out, as Neymar, Vinicius Junior, Philippe Coutinho and Richarlison all got on the scoresheet.
Before their rescheduled meeting with Argentina to round off qualifying, Tite’s side will aim to continue building confidence with another big win in La Paz before they head into the competition looking for a sixth World Cup title.
Following a 4-0 win last time out, Brazil will look to continue building momentum for the World Cup 2022 campaign when they take on Bolivia on Tuesday.
The Selecao have already booked their place in this year’s tournament and still boast an unbeaten record in their 16 qualifying matches.
Coming into the campaign as major underdogs, Bolivia had a tough start to World Cup Qualifying, but La Verde were briefly able to keep their slim qualification hopes alive with a slight resurgence.
Eye-catching wins over Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay in a four-game span saw Cesar Farias’s side move onto 15 points from 14 games, putting them in contention to sneak into fifth place if they could continue their upturn in form.
They were unable to do that, though, with La Verde having now lost their last three matches, firstly falling to Venezuela and Chile early in the new year.
Farias’s men returned to action this week with a trip to Colombia, and they were sent home empty-handed as Luis Diaz, Miguel Borja and Mateus Uribe got on the scoresheet in a 3-0 win for the hosts.
Now sitting ninth with one game to go, and with no chance of qualifying, La Verde have very little to play for, but they will still be hoping to record what would be a historic win against the South American giants.
As we hit the final round of World Cup qualifiers for Conmebol there isn’t too much to fight for but that doesn’t mean teams won’t be giving their all. Brazil may have already secured their spot in Qatar but they will still want to guarantee first place. Tite’s men are currently four points clear of second-placed Argentina but do still have a rearranged fixture against their rivals to play.
Victory over Bolivia would be enough to confirm top spot for Brazil yet again, the fourth consecutive campaign in which they have finished top of Conmebol – excluding 2014 World Cup qualifying as they were absent as tournament hosts. But what will make this campaign more special is the fact that Brazil are still unbeaten, winning 13 and drawing three of their 16 games so far. Since Conmebol moved to the one-group qualification format, Brazil are yet to finish a full campaign unbeaten.
While Brazil will be planning for Qatar in November, Bolivia have failed to qualify for the World Cup again. Bolivia are currently second from bottom in the group with just one game left to play, extending their 28-year wait for a fourth appearance at the World Cup.
There hasn’t been too much for Bolivia fans to cheer about, with 10 defeats and just four victories from 17 games. They go into this match off the back of a three-match losing streak in World Cup qualification since a shock 3-0 win over Uruguay in November, trashing 4-1 by Venezuela and 3-0 by Colombia either side of a 3-2 defeat to Chile.