ALL four matches in the Confederations Cup so far have gone the way of the favourites with Brazil, Spain, Italy and Nigeria all winning.
The games tonight look slightly tougher with hosts Brazil facing Mexico (8pm) and Italy tackling Japan (11pm).
Brazil were convincing 3-0 winners against Japan in their opener without really hitting the heights but should have enough to see off a Mexico side who were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Italy.
Neymar got Brazil off to a flier against Japan with a third-minute goal and the Barcelona new boy is 4-1 (various) to score first while the samba stars are no bigger than 2-5 at Ladbrokes, Paddy Power and BetVictor to win.
I think they'll do it but it's a tad short and best bet could be both teams to score at 10-11 with William Hill. Mexico possess a threat from the likes of Javier Hernandez and have netted in their last five meetings with the Brazilians.
Japan played well against Brazil and created a few chances but didn't look like scoring. They do lack a top-class No.9 so the danger will come from the likes of Keisude Honda and Shinji Kagawa.
Brazil v Mexico both to score
(10-11, William Hill)
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