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Arturo Vidal 'gutted' to miss crucial Chile qualifier against Brazil

Arturo Vidal 'gutted' to miss crucial Chile qualifier against Brazil

"I want the competition to be fair", Tite told reporters on Monday.

This is a very different Brazil team to the one that lost in Santiago two years ago and as well as playing with the attractive swagger that is expected of them, they have also improved massively defensively; eleven goals conceded in 17 qualifiers is a testament to how solid Brazil have been at the back, and further reinforces the decision to back under 2.5 goals, as does the fact that Chile have failed to score away from home in each of their last four qualifiers.

With Chile looking for a positive result to guarantee World Cup football next summer and Brazil aiming to end an excellent campaign on a high, this should be an entertaining game and dabblebet customers can watch and bet on this fixture via desktop, mobile and tablet. I was there in my corner for a month. Not even an entreaty from Argentina's main sports newspaper Ole saying "I need you" in Portuguese seemed to move the leader of South American World Cup qualifying.

"I'm nervous, but I have every confidence in my team and my teammates". Argentina are sixth, a point adrift of Chile, heading into their final qualifier in Ecuador on Tuesday. Bottom of the Chileans are tightened by four competitors.

Le Tercera, however, have taken the other hand, and present the match-up as a potential problem for Bravo, a negative situation.

It's stated Pep Guardiola will be watching the match and the goalkeepers closely.

Despite winning the past two Copa America titles, Chile have struggled for most of the CONMEBOL qualifying tournament. "Our aim is to continue to create history".

Coach Juan Antonio Pizzi will already be missing midfielder Arturo Vidal, who is suspended.

"But this national team is strong, not because of the individual players but because of the collective". "Entrega Brasil", which means "Give it away Brazil" in Portuguese, has been one of the most mentioned lines by Brazilians on Twitter since last week.

The 2014 World Cup runners-up became the first team other than hosts Russia to qualify for next year's tournament in March.