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World Cup favourites Brazil have rediscovered their swagger and boast a superb past record against Chile but go into Saturday's do-or-die game knowing their rivals have enough attacking prowess to wreck the hosts' party.

Seeking a sixth World Cup on home soil, Luiz Felipe Scolari's men hit their stride in a 4-1 demolition of Cameroon that won them Group A and showed striker Neymar at his very best with two great goals and crowd-pleasing trickery on the ball.

Now facing Chile in the first game of the tournament's knockout round, Brazil will be encouraged by recent history. They easily knocked out Chile at the same stage in the last two World Cups "La Roja" (The Red) featured in, 1998 and 2010.

Brazil have in fact won nine of their last 10 meetings.
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