Tournament favorite and host Brazil continues its quest for the country’s sixth World Cup on Saturday when it faces fellow CONMEBOL squad Chile. Brazil handily won Group A on the back of its dominant offense – led by Golden Boot candidate Neymar. Chile surprisingly escaped tricky Group B after Spain fell flat on its face. Below is a look at the World Cup odds for both squads heading into the knockout round.
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