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What to Expect
A clash of titans. Brazil is the tournament favorite and host, but Chile is a tough opponent that plays energetic, attacking soccer. Brazil’s sometimes-shaky defense and keeping will have to be up to snuff.
What’s at Stake
A quarterfinal match against another South American team, Colombia or Uruguay.
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