Brazil Vs Venezuela Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the Dream11 prediction between Brazil and Venezuela.
Round 2 of the Copa America 2019 is about to commence as hosts Brazil are set to take on Venezuela. In the first round, Brazil hosted Bolivia in the first game and looked rather uncomfortable in the first half. Despite creating opportunities to score, they couldn’t convert anything and were left without a goal in 45 minutes. This was before Barcelona’s Phil Coutinho, who stepped up to the plate and scored 2 goals within eight minutes of the first half, and led his team to a 3-0 win.
Brazil’s next challenge is to get 3 points against Venezuela, who drew their first game. Venezuela will be desiring for a victory to stand in the tournament.
Let’s look at the Dream11 team for the game between Brazil and Venezuela.
Brazil Vs Venezuela Dream11 Team
Alisson Becker: The Liverpool man got a starting spot for this country over Ederson Moares and has proved to be more than worthy of it. Despite not having to do much, he kept a clean sheet against Bolivia making exactly one save. With form and confidence he’s never had in his life, Allison seems to be the best choice for not only the match, but the tournament.
Marquinhos: PSG Center Half Marquinhos starts for Brazil alongside his club teammate Thiago Silva and has constantly been a rock for both his teams. Marquinhos is fast, smart and tackles well. He is the perfect reply to what is a rather fast Venezuelan attack.
Felipe Luis: The Atletico Madrid man has been constantly performing at the top level for both club and country for years now. Luis also put in a very good shift for Brazil against Bolivia where he was responsible for starting the attack for the second Brazil goal and topping off a very good overall performance, where he put in numerous crosses and key balls.
Roberto Rosales: Rosales was Venezuela’s best player in the tie vs Peru. His speed and accuracy while crossing is a strong supplement to Solomon Rondon. There’s not much reason to select Rosales vs a very strong Brazilian attack but he seems to be the best option in the rather average defense line of Venezuela.
Tomas Rincon & Yangel Herrera: They were the only players who shined for Venezuela in attack. Both midfielders have an eye for pass and can shoot from distance if an opportunity arises. Herrera and Rincon seem to be the best options from the Venezuelan in this game.
Philippe Coutinho (C): Coutinho’s brace against Bolivia pushed Brazil for a win. He could’ve been very easily among the assists, too, creating 4 big chances and completing 100% of his crosses. The 27-year-old won most of his duels in the game, and was also awarded the man of the match for his heroics. Coutinho is a plausible captain option.
Willian Borges: Willian did not start the last game, but after what was a rather ineffective performance from Richarlison, his chances seem to be bright. The Chelsea man can dribble with pace, and has goals to his name, too. Willian can cause havoc on the right wing against who will be Venezuela’s second choice at LB.
Roberto Firmino (VC): Roberto Firmino is also my vice-captain for the game. Firmino did not have the best game against Bolivia, but created numerous chances for his wingers. He also took a couple of shots which were saved but his vision to start attacks helped Brazil make the difference in the game.
David Neres: Ajax starlet David Neres is my second choice for the game. The young forward started at LW and showed no signs of stopping. He created chances throughout the game and made the flank hell for Diego Bejarano – Bolivian RB. His ability to cut in and find the top corner cannot be understated. Neres can also play AM and ST for Brazil if need be.
Solomon Rondon: Possibly their best player, you can never write Solomon Rondon out of the match. He’s scored some very clutch goals for both his country and club, and his experience will be extremely necessary if Venezuela want any chance against Brazil. It won’t be any surprise if he ends up on the scoresheet.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.