Brazil head into this game following a 3-3 Women's Olympics drawn game against Netherlands.
Brazil haven’t been able to stop scoring goals, finding the back of the net in one hundred percent of their last 6 matches.
They have hit an aggregate of 15 during that period and have conceded a total of 8. That sort of trend won’t necessarily be continued into this game, however
In their previous game, Zambia drew 4-4 in the Women's Olympics tie with China PR.
Team News: Brazil
Brazil manager will be grateful to have no fitness worries whatsoever before this match owing to a completely injury-free squad to choose from.
Team News: Zambia
Owing to a completely healthy squad to pick from, Zambia boss does not have any fitness concerns to report ahead of this game.
Our assessment is that Brazil are likely to dominate on the ball and be rewarded with decent chances.
At the same time, Zambia could well find it tough to score themselves but we can see them pulling one back during this clash, too.
We therefore think that it’s going to be a fairly comfortable 3-1 winning margin for Brazil at the conclusion of the game.
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