Colombia faces Brazil at 7:30 p.m. ET in their International Friendly meeting at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Both clubs are on fire as they have been participating in international competition all year long.
Colombia, who are making their quest to make it back to the top of the soccer stage, are 4-1 as they continue to make a run in the World Cup Qualifiers.
They are 4-1 in their last matches having defeated Cameroon 3-0 in an International Friendly, Paraguay 2-0, Chile 4-1 and Urugay 4-0 in the Qualifier. Tteir only defeat came against Ecuaduar in the Qualifiers where they dropped that match 1-0.
We know Brazil is excited about hosting the 2014 World Cup. However, they know they have to work their way in the tournament in order to have a chance to win an unprecedented fifth World Cup.
In their last five matches they have barely allowed oppoents to score. They shutout Japan 4-0, Iraq 6-0, Argentina 2-1, China 8-0 and South Africa 1-0.
60 percent of fans, according to Goal.com, see the Brazilians walking out with a victory. 32 percent are rooting for Colombia and eight percent foresee a draw.
17 percent of those who think Brazil will win expect a 3-1 victory, while eight percent see the final score at 2-1 in their favor.
11 percent of those who think Colombia will win foresee a 2-1 victory.
The last two times both teams met they finished thie rmatches in 0-0 draws back in 2008 and 2007.