Brazil v Belgium tips: Will Neymar be the main man?

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We could be in for a classic when Brazil meet Belgium in the World Cup quarter-finals tonight.

We’ve got two teams packed with star players. And both of them believe this will be their year.

Brazil are 11/10 to progress. Belgium are 5/2 and the draw is 23/10.

After their dramatic late win against Japan, Belgium are now unbeaten in 23 games. They finally looked like the sum of their parts as they fought back from 2-0 down.

Brazil will have to keep the likes of Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne quiet in Kazan. But their midfield anchor Casemiro is suspended. That means this could be very open. Both Teams to Score is 3/4.

With so much attacking talent on both sides, there should be plenty of chances. It’s 19/20 that we see Over 2.5 Goals.

Think this one will be level after minutes? The odds suggest that could favour Brazil. It’s 8/1 that the South Americans win in extra-time, with Belgium out at 14/1.

As ever, the Selecao will be looking to Neymar to fire them to victory. He’s been in the headlines more for his dramatics rather than his dazzling skill so far in Russia. Will he change that here?

The Paris Saint-Germain forward is 13/10 to score Anytime or 7/2 to score First.

Who will Tite select up front? Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino are both 19/10 to get on the scoresheet. Philippe Coutinho is 23/10 to get his third goal of the tournament.

Romelu Lukaku will lead the line for Belgium. He’s got four goals so far. He’s 9/2 to get the first goal and 9/5 to score Anytime.

Hazard is 13/2 to score, while Marouane Fellaini is 4/1 to follow his vital strike against Japan with another goal.

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