Flamengo vs Millonarios prediction, odds & betting tips – 29/05/2024

Flamengo will host Millonarios in the final round of Copa Libertadores group stages on Wednesday, 29 May.

Will Flamengo get the points they need to secure their place in the next stage or will Millonarios surprise everyone? Find out from our Flamengo vs Millonarios prediction, but make sure to also check out some of our other Copa Libertadores predictions.

Flamengo vs Millonarios prediction
Flamengo looking for a win over Millonarios for the next stage – Photo by Icon Sport

Flamengo vs Millonarios prediction: A convincing win for the home team

With Flamengo needing a win here to get out of the group stages in Copa Libertadores and Millonarios already bound for the last place in this group, we can see Flamengo dominating this game and getting an easy win.

Key Stats

  • Flamengo have won three games in a row without conceding a goal.
  • Millonarios are without a win in Copa Libertadores this season, as well as their last four matches in all competitions.
  • Flamengo have won both of their home games in Copa Libertadores, with a goal difference of +6.
  • Pedro is the Flamengo's top scorer this season in Copa Libertadores with three goals.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Flamengo the absolute favourites 

  • HOME: 1/8 (1.13) – 88.90%
  • DRAW: 13/2 (7.50) – 13.30%
  • AWAY: 12/1 (13.00) – 7.70%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

It's clear from these Flamengo vs Millonarios odds that the hosts are the expected winners in this match and it's by a huge margin, which is understandable for a few reasons.

First and foremost, Flamengo are a much better team on paper and they're hosting the game. They are also in better form and still have a motive to chase the win since they're in play for the next stage of Copa Libertadores, while Millonarios are already out of the competition.

If you liked our predictions for this duel and wish to get more, check out our top betting tips for today.

Last five H2Hs: Only the second meeting between these teams

This will be only the second duel between Flamengo and Millonarios, with the first one ending in a 1-1 draw earlier this season.

Meanwhile, Millonarios have met with Brazilian teams 22 times, with a record of 6-5-11. On the other hand, Flamengo have a record of 14-4-3 against teams from Colombia.

Flamengo preview: Still in play for the top spot in the group

While Flamengo haven't yet secured their place in the next stage, they could even end up winning their Copa Libertadores group. At the moment, they are three points behind Bolivar and tied with Palestino. However, they have a better goal difference than both teams, so a win over Millonarios could see them topping the group and at the very least it will secure them a place in the Round of 16.

When it comes to team news, Matias Vina and Bruno Henrique are the only players on Flamengo's injury list right now.

Predicted Lineup – Rossi – Ayrton, Pereira, Bruno, Varela – Allan, De La Cruz, De Arrascaeta, Gerson, Everton – Pedro

Brazil Serie A 13/06/24

W

Gremio

Gremio

1

Flamengo

Flamengo

2

Brazil Serie A 02/06/24

W

Vasco da Gama

Vasco da Gama

1

Flamengo

Flamengo

6

Copa Libertadores 29/05/24

W

Millonarios

Millonarios

0

Flamengo

Flamengo

3

Copa do Brasil 23/05/24

W

Amazonas FC

Amazonas FC

0

Flamengo

Flamengo

1

Copa Libertadores 16/05/24

W

Bolivar

Bolivar

0

Flamengo

Flamengo

4

Millonarios preview: Already out of the competition

With just three points from five games so far in Copa Libertadores, Millonarios are bound for the last place in the group. That's disappointing but not really surprising given that Millonarios are also struggling in their domestic championship where they've notched just one win in the last five games.

Meanwhile, Diego Abadia, Omar Bertel, and Jader Valencia are out with injuries.

Predicted LineupMontero – Mejia, Vargas, Llinas, Alfonso – Giraldo, Pereira, Silva, Rodriguez, Rivera – Granados

Colombia Primera A 02/06/24

W

Junior

Junior

0

Millonarios

Millonarios

2

Copa Libertadores 29/05/24

L

Flamengo

Flamengo

3

Millonarios

Millonarios

0

Colombia Primera A 25/05/24

D

co

Deportivo Pereira

2

Millonarios

Millonarios

2

Colombia Primera A 22/05/24

D

Atletico Bucaramanga

Atletico Bucaramanga

0

Millonarios

Millonarios

0

Colombia Primera A 20/05/24

L

Atletico Bucaramanga

Atletico Bucaramanga

1

Millonarios

Millonarios

0

Player to watch: Pedro

With three goals in Copa Libertadores and seven overall (not counting regional championships), Pedro has been Flamengo's top scorer this season and he's our player to watch as his team hopes to secure the next stage in the premier continental competition.

Pedro
Can Pedro score his fourth goal of the season in Copa Libertadores? – Photo by Icon Sport

Will Pedro score first?

Five of Pedro's seven goals in Copa Libertadores, Serie A, and Copa do Brasil were the first goal of the respective matches.


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.