England v Brazil Odds : Punters eye classic as firm reports plenty of interest in markets

All eyes are on Wembley as Paddy Power release the latest England v Brazil odds and announce a new free bets offer on the midweek interantionals.

The Dublin based firm report there is plenty of interest in the game as one of the most exciting sides in the world come to town, and with such a wealth of talent on display, a cracking game is expected.

Brazil are the visitors to Wembley Stadium on Wednesday evening as they take on England in an international frienly that should be a superb encounter.

These two are giants when it comes to international football, although neither have been at their best over recent years.

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England are looking at this game as one to try out a few things before their World Cup qualifying campaign resumes, whereas Brazil, who of course host the tournament next year, are concentrating solely on how they can win the biggest prize that football has to offer.

Roy Hodgson seems to be going with a mixture of youth and experience in his squad for this one, something that he has done since being appointed in the summer of 2012.

Steven Gerrard will captain the side and could be partnered in midfield by the in-form Frank Lampard. These two have a lot of international experience between them and Hodgson might be looking to build a side around them.

Also, Ashley Cole is set to earn his 100th cap for the Three Lions, which is a remarkable achievement. The left-back might not always grab the headlines for the right reasons, but on the pitch, few can argue that he has been one of the best for his country.

It is going to be a tough evening for England as they are taking on a team full of quality, but the moment, the home team do look like good value for the win as they are at 5/2.

If the youngsters can perform and Wayne Rooney as it his best in front of goal, then the home side certainly have a chance to claim a superb victory.

As for Brazil, they now have Luiz Felipe Scolari is in charge for the second time and former Chelsea manager knows the pressure is on him to deliver World Cup success next year.

He has to build a squad that is capable of lifting the trophy and it is matches like this where Scolari will find out a lot about his men.

One inclusion in this Brazil squad that might surprise a few is that of Ronaldinho. The 32-year-old has not had many international opportunities recently, but Scolari clearly feels as though he has a lot to offer and it will be interesting to see how he gets on.

Neymar is one of the key men for the away side in this one as he is regarded as one of the best young players around right now. If he gets on the ball, special things can happen and that is why he is the 5/1 favourite to score first.

When at their best, Brazil are a joy to watch and are tough for anyone in the world to stop. You can back them at 7/5 to win this one.

It should be a scintillating evening in front of a packed Wembley crowd and if there is an early goal, we could be treated to a cracking game of attacking football.

Kick-off for this one is at 7.30PM on Wednesday evening.

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