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The hosts, and World Cup favourites Brazil take on Croatia in the opening game of Group A, with expectation reaching critical mass as Phil Scolari seeks to replicate World Cup success with the class of 2014, having already tasted glory in 2002.
The big question on everybody's lips is 'Can Neymar live up to the hype'?
If domestic form is anything to go by, then the ex Santos man has plenty to live up to.
After his big money move to Barcelona, the striker bagged only nine goals all season in La Liga, a disappointing return, however a hatrrick against South Africa in May will have boosted his confidence, as Brazil have remained unbeaten in the warm up games, having disposed of Panama and Serbia last week.
With Fred expected to lead the lines from the front, ably assisted by Oscar in the centre and Neymar on the left and Hulk on the right, there's little doubt that Brazil look a powerful outfit going forward.
Phil Scolari has done well to rebuild the side, which was left in a mess by previous boss Mano Menezes, with former stars Kaka, Robinho and Ronaldinho left behind and new blood brough into the side.
Croatia of course, face an uphill battle, Niko Kovac's side finishing as runners up behind Belgium in qualifying and coming through a playoff with Iceland to secure their place in Brazil 2014.
Luka Modric had a storming last few months with Real Madrid, helping them to Champions League glory, and much will depend on the ex Tottenham star and his partnership with Ivan Rakitic in midfield, who guided Sevilla to Europa League success.
The loss of Mario Mandzukic, who is suspended for the game will be a big loss to the Croatians, with the Bayern Munich star always a handful with his precense, scoring 18 times for Bundesliga Champion Bayern Munich on their way to the Bundesliga title.
That leaves Hull star Nika Jelavic to lead the line.
It should be a spectacular opener, and we're predicting plenty of goals - but we can't ignore on Brazil to win at 2/1 with Winner.com.
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