Confederations Cup semi-final, Wednesday, 8pm, BBC3
I TIPPED a Brazil-Spain final at the start of the Confederations Cup and I'm standing by that.
The hosts and the world champions have been the best teams in the tournament so far, winning their three group games to avoid a semi-final clash.
In the end the last-four line-ups are as expected with Brazil facing Uruguay on Wednesday and Spain tackling Italy a day later.
So first up it's Brazil who are a biggest 2-5 with William Hill against their South American rivals. Uruguay haven't fired on all cylinders yet but can't be dismissed lightly with a forward line-up of Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani and Diego Forlan – none of whom started in the 8-0 rout of Tahiti.
Like most Brazilian sides of the past this one looks better going forward and while they should win I expect Uruguay to score after seeing Italy on target twice in a 4-2 round-robin defeat that decided which team would top Group A.
Uruguay showed in the 2-1 reverse against Spain that they will keep on battling until the end but were disappointing against Nigeria and lucky to win 2-1.
I'd even consider Brazil -1 at 11-10 with Skybet while both teams to score is 10-11 at Skybet and William Hill. For both of those singles to come in Brazil would have to win 3-1 and that's a possibility.
Liverpool star Suarez netted against Spain and came off the bench to hit a late double in the Tahiti romp. He is his country's main threat and is 10-3 with BetVictor to net at anytime.
Neymar to score first
Suarez to score
Brazil to win not to nil