Brazil v Uruguay
International Friendly. Kick-off 8:00pm, Friday 16th November. Live on ITV 4.
THIS is the first friendly between these two South American giants since 1995 and Brazil will be looking to extend their run of nine unbeaten games of which they have won 6.
This will be eighth time Brazil have used the home of Arsenal, where they have won six of the previous seven all to nil.
Brazil, a little like England, take friendlies very seriously and have only lost one friendly out of the last 33, whereas Uruguay pay less importance having only won 2 from the last eight, losing the last two to Japan and South Korea.
You need to go back to 2001 for the last time Uruguay beat their rivals in a World Cup Qualifier and that's the only win in the last 10 meetings.
Brazil have won four and drawn five of the other nine, however the four Brazil victories have all been in last five meetings.
I expect a Brazilian victory and also a clean sheet, although a tight game is expected but at a best price of 1/2 represents little or no value.