The hosts are the heavy favourites to progress through to the last four, despite the nervy manner of their penalty shootout win over Chile in the last 16.
Nevertheless, Luiz Felipe Scolari’s men have scored eight goals en route to the quarter-finals, and in Neymar have one of the stars of the tournament at their disposal.
Brazil’s only defeat in the last 25 games came against Switzerland last August, and their last competitive loss at home was 3-1 to Peru in the 1975 Copa America semi-final.
So with all of that in mind, Paddy Power’s price enhancement to 4/1 on Brazil to beat Colombia is sure to tempt plenty of fans into a flutter ahead of the game.
And for punters who fancy an upset, there is no question that 12/1 is a brilliant price for the Colombia victory.
Taking a look at some of the other markets, James Rodríguez to score any time could be a good bet at 7/2 with Paddy Power, while both teams to score is available at Evens.
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