Chile v Portugal tips for Confederations Cup semi-finals
FootyOn outline promising Chile v Portugal tips ahead of their Confederations Cup semi-final clash in Russia.
Live on Wednesday at 19:00 BST on ITV.
It a meeting between South American and European champions, both Chile and Portugal are seeking a spot in the final.
The Euro 2016 victors topped Group A to reach this stage, while Chile finished second to Germany in Group B.
Both sides have collided on three occasions but La Roja having never secured a victory so far.
But both sides come into this match-up with confidence of progressing to the final at the Krestovsky Stadium in Saint Petersburg.
So, read on as we pick out the best Chile v Portugal tips for this intriguing semi-final encounter.
Portugal to win in extra-time
Fernando Santos’ men rallied to Euro 2016 supremacy last summer with a late extra-time win in France.
They also arrive in this semi clash on the back of a solid 4-0 thrashing of New Zealand to finish off group proceedings.
Having never lost to next opponents Chile, that will only add to their already high confidence.
But La Roja have showed resilience so far in Russia and the last time they played Portugal it ended level.
Andre Silva to score anytime in 90 minutes
Cristiano Ronaldo has once again been the star of the show for Portugal so far this summer.
The Real Madrid marksman was voted Man of the Match in every game.
But his young teammate, and forward he has tipped to be his national successor, Andre Silva has also been superb.
The new Juventus recruit was on target in the most recent 4-0 romp over New Zealand with a fine finish.
Draw at both half-time and full-time
The last time these two teams met the game ended all square at both half-time and full-time.
Chile have also drawn twice already in Russia so far, against both Germany and last time out with Australia.
Meanwhile, Portugal drew level with Mexico at the midway break and full-time whistle in their tournament opener.
Both sides look set for another close clash this time around, while fatigue could play a part during proceedings.
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