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Flamengo vs. Corinthians Betting Odds and Free Pick

Last Updated on May 10, 2024 9:06 pm by Erwin Noguera

Brazil’s two most popular teams will challenge each other on matchday 6 of the Brasileirão as Flamengo will host Corinthians. 

The Mengão is coming from a 1-1 draw with Bragantino last matchday. Bruno Henrique scored the goal for Tite’s team. 

The Coringão also got a point, but it was at home after a 0-0 draw with Fortaleza, and it is close to the lower positions of the league. 

When and where?

Saturday, May 11, 3:00 pm ET at the Maracanã

Moneyline odds: 

Flamengo 1.62

Corinthians 5.8

Draw Offs: 

3.82

Where can I watch it? 

PremiereStar+Paramount+, and Vix

Why Bet on Flamengo?

Flamengo is by payroll one of the strongest teams in South America, which is why it is expected to achieve the goal of being champion of the Brasileirão or the Copa Libertadores, and in the best scenario of both competitions. However, its 2024 has been somewhat irregular, as evidenced by the 1-1 draw against Bragantino, which is at the top of the standings, on the last matchday. Bruno Henrique scored the goal for Mengão. 

With this point, the club is in seventh place with eight units, two behind the top, which, for now, belongs to Athletico-PR and Bahia. The production of the team coached by Tite is two wins, two draws, and one defeat. 

The Fla was surprised last Tuesday by Palestino in the Copa Libertadores, losing 1-0 in Chile. They have gone two games without a win and have three defeats in their last five official matches, winning only against the weak Amazonas of the second division in the Copa do Brasil and by 1-0. 

Precisely, the hopes of this team are in the hands of its coach, who won a Copa Libertadores in 2012 with Corinthians and spent several years in the Brazilian National Team, participating in two World Cups.

In addition, this team has a lot of firepower, starting with Nicolás De la Cruz, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Pedro, Gabigol, and Bruno Henrique. However, De Arrascaeta is an injury doubt, while midfielder Erik Pulgar is a confirmed absence. 

Why Bet on Corinthians?

Corinthians is a sleeping giant. Last season had already been disappointing, even being close to fighting to keep the category, but alast push allowed them to shake off the ghost and qualify for the Copa Sudamericana. However, the start in the Brasileirao has not been good, and, on the last matchday, they could only manage a 0-0 draw against Fortaleza, so they have five points. 

The Timão are 14th, five points off the top, but only two behind the last team to be relegated in the Brasileirão, Vasco da Gama. In Brazil, relegation is unforgiving, and this team already knows what it is like to lose the category, in addition to the fact that last year, we got a crude example with Santos. 

Despite this draw, Corinthians has been awakening. After three consecutive defeats at the end of April, they are now four games unbeaten with three victories. In the Copa Sudamericana, they have just beaten Nacional 2-0 in Paraguay and are currently second in their group. 

Another fact to consider is that António Oliveira’s team has not scored any points or goals away from home. 

Yuri Alberto, Pedro Henrique, Igor, Maycon, and Gustavo Henrique are the team’s absentees for Rio de Janeiro. 

Final Betting Analysis: Flamengo vs. Corinthians

Their last encounter was in the previous campaign at the home of the Mengão, and the win was 1-0 for the local team with a goal by Leo Pereira. 

The numbers at MyBookie.ag have Flamengo as the favorite. Their Moneyline shows 1.62, Corinthians has 5.8, and the draw is at 3.82.

Although Flamengo is not living its best moment in local and international soccer, it will be able to take advantage of a team that started the season on the wrong foot. The win will be for the team coached by Tite by 2-0. 

Go for a win for Flamengo. If you bet $100 at 1.62, you will gain $62 for a total payout of $162. 

Flamengo vs. Corinthians Betting Pick: Flamengo

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