• Brazil have won all three previous World Cup fixtures against Chile, all of which have been in the knockout stages of the tournament (Round 2 in 2010, Round 2 in 1998, and the semi final in 1962).
  • Chile have conceded 11 goals in their three meetings with Brazil at the World Cup finals, an average of 3.7 per game.
  • Eduardo Vargas has scored in each of his last two appearances for Chile against Brazil, including a goal in Belo Horizonte in April 2013.
  • Brazil have scored two or more goals in each of their last nine matches against Chile, netting 32 in the process (3.6 per game).
  • Neymar scored the 100th goal of the 2014 World Cup (his first goal versus Cameroon), in Brazil's 100th game in the competition.
  • The Barcelona forward has now scored four times in three matches at the 2014 World Cup and eight times in his last six for Brazil.
  • Four of Chile’s five goals so far at the 2014 World Cup have arrived before half-time, with the other coming in the 90th minute.
  • Chile have lost each of their previous second round fixtures, both of which were against Brazil (0-3 in 2010 & 1-4 in 1998).
  • Brazil have won their last five second round matches at the World Cup, scoring 13 and keeping four clean sheets.
  • The last time that Brazil lost a World Cup match in the second round of the competition was back in 1990; losing 0-1 to eventual finalists and South American side Argentina.
  • Overall, Brazil have lost only one of their last 10 World Cup matches against South American opposition (W8 D1).
  • Chile have lost all four of their World Cup matches against fellow South American opposition, although three of those games were against opponents Brazil.
  • Chile have never beaten the Seleção on Brazilian soil, losing 20 and drawing six.
  • The Seleção are now unbeaten in 40 successive matches in Brazil, with their last defeat coming against Paraguay (0-1 in a friendly) in August 2002.