World Cup betting tips: Back Colombia to beat Brazil at odds of 12/1!

World Cup betting tips: The Tipster is backing Colombia to beat Brazil at SPECIAL ODDS of 12/1 (for new Paddy Power customers)

The Tipster
By The Tipster
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James Rodríguez has scored five goals at the World Cup

Colombia to beat Brazil – 12/1*

Brazil have seen their performances drop off in this tournament. Is it nerves? It could be. The hosts were very emotional throughout their last-16 victory over Chile, needing penalties to get past their neighbours. Colombia have won all their World Cup games, scoring a total of 11 goals. In fact, los Cafeteros have scored at least two goals in their last six World Cup games. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers *ENHANCED ODDS of 12/1 (currently 7/2) on Colombia to beat Brazil.

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Think the Tipster has got it wrong? Brazil are 4/1 (currently 5/6) to beat Colombia and the draw is 9/1 (currently 11/4) if you sign up to Paddy Power.

Rodríguez to score any time in Brazil v Colombia – 7/2

For many, Monaco midfielder James Rodríguez has been the player of the World Cup – so far. The 22-year-old Colombian has scored five goals, netting in four successive games in the process. Brazil will be desperately hoping that Rodríguez finally has a poor match at this major tournament. However, the Tipster doesn’t see it happening. The hosts are missing Luiz Gustavo, who plays a vital role sweeping in front of the Brazil defence. The Tipster fancies Rodríguez to score at 7/2.

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Both teams to score in Brazil v Colombia – Evens

It is difficult to see anything other than both sides scoring in this quarter-final clash. The Tipster has already touched on Colombia’s goal-scoring record at this tournament, whilst Brazil have failed to net in all but one of their outings (against a rugged Mexico side). The Tipster likes the look of both teams to score at Evens.

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Neymar to score any time in Brazil v Colombia – Evens

Neymar has been forced to shoulder the burden of carrying the host nation throughout the tournament so far. When the Barcelona man struggled against Chile, it was no surprise that Brazil struggled to come up with an alternative solution. However, the Tipster expects Neymar to be back on form for Friday night’s clash as he looks to add to his three World Cup goals. The Tipster is backing Neymar to score any time at evens.

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The long shot: Rodríguez to score two goals or more in Brazil v Colombia – 50/1

Rodríguez scored twice in Colombia’s 2-0 victory over Uruguay in the round of 16. The Monaco midfielder has already netted five goals in this tournament, having also bagged a brace in an emphatic win over Japan. With Rodríguez’s goal-scoring feats in mind, the Tipster can’t quite believe that Paddy Power are offering 50/1 on the Colombia star to score two goals or more against Brazil.

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