BRAZIL have never lost to Scotland in nine meetings – and bookies are pretty sure that record won't be broken on Sunday.
The Tartan Army are heading in their masses to London more in hope than expectation.
However, this Brazil side are nothing like the samba stars of old and will be without main men Robinho, Maicon, Pato, Nilmar and Kaka.
And boss Mano Menezes is under a little pressure after back-to-back defeats to Argentina and France. Menezes has named a solid side that includes Lucio, Lucas, Ramires and Elano with new sensation Neymar partnered up front by debut boy Leandro Damiao of Internacional.
It's still a talented side but one Scotland shouldn't fear especially as they've followed up a battling 3-2 defeat to world champions Spain with 3-0 wins against the Faroes and Northern Ireland.
There is no doubt Craig Levein's men can compete on their day and I reckon it will be a close call at the Emirates.
So Scotland on the double chance (not to lose) could be the call. That pays 12-5 at Coral.
Charlie Adam, who scored a brilliant free-kick for Blackpool last week, is 20-1 with Paddy Power to show the samba stars how to do it tomorrow.
Hills are asking who will score the most free-kicks and go 1-3 Brazil, 7-1 Scotland and 3-1 tie. It’s a void bet if none are netted.
Surprisingly Scotland have only once trailed Brazil at half-time and five of the South Americans’ last seven matches have been level at the break. Scotland are 3-1 with Hills to score first and a half-time draw pays 11-8.
Four times Brazil have beaten us by one goal and are 5-2 with Hills to do so again.
Muller scored the only goal when the sides met at Italia 90 – could it be Miller this time?
Neymar is Brazil’s most likely scorer and a biggest 5-1 at bet365.
Scotland plus two