Brazil vs. Spain Final, Confederations Cup 2013, Odds, Prediction, and Pick

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Brazil vs. Spain Final, Confederations Cup 2013, Odds, Prediction, and Pick

After a see-saw battle in both the semifinals, we have a final that almost every neutral football fan wanted to have. It would be Spain taking in the hosts Brazil on 1st of July at 3:30am IST. The match would be played at Rio De Janeiro and Brazil being the home team would certainly be favored by the crowd. Both the teams have won all their matches so far in the tournament and it would be interesting to see this thrilling contest. It would be plenty of battles within battle in this game and with Brazil's 21 year old star Neymar in such fine form; Spain's defense vs. Neymar would be primary one. Anyway, this final would be certainly not for the faint hearted ones.

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Spain has performed just the way World Champions should. They haven't lost a game till now in the Confederations Cup 2013. They've had a couple of close shaves, with Nigeria and very recently with Italy in the semifinal. They've been in such situations before as well and they have the experience to cope with it. Brazil, not unlike Spain, has also played splendidly well. Riding on the success of Neymar, Brazil is looking to be an excellent side, certainly better than it looked a year ago. Brazil is the home team and the familiarity with the home turf would definitely be helpful. Things look pretty even as far as the form is concerned and I expect it to be a stunning football finale.

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Both Brazil and Spain have shown tremendous skills with the ball in the tournament. Both of them sustained under pressure in their respective semifinals. Spain has never lost a final in major event in last five years. Brazil, on the other hand, is unbeaten on the home turf since 1975. Both teams have excellent lineups with superb attack and rock solid defense. I expect it to be a see-saw battle between two of the world's best sides ending in a fighting draw.

  • Prediction: Spain: 1 Brazil: 1

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Brazil would be playing in front of the home crowd and in known conditions. They would be having an extra day's rest as compared to their opponents. Spain has a superb side with quality in both attack and defense. They have the experience of surviving in big games. With both teams so evenly matched, I expect it to be a draw.