Chile have lost each of their last seven meetings between the two sides and have managed just one draw in their last ten matches, a home World Cup qualifying match over six years ago.
But having impressed in South Africa, finishing runners-up to European champions Spain and producing excellent displays in all three of their group matches, Bielsa is confident his side can bring their dismal run against the Selecao to an end.
"I think the psychological aspect is always very important in a competition," he said.
"It's more of a factor of motivation for us in my point of view. We have the chance to reverse a historical negative trend for Chile.
"We shouldn't think that because we were beaten by them in the past we must go on the pitch gloomy.
"One is always enthusiastic to change history when history is not favourable.
"We have played three matches in this World Cup and I think these matches have strengthened our experience.
"Especially the last match against Spain, which I think has similarities to (Monday's) match.
"We hope that the experience will help enhance our chances so that we can try to keep progressing in this tournament."
Chile will be without suspended duo Gary Medel and Waldo Ponce for the clash on Monday but Bielsa believes he has the strength in depth to cover for their loss.
"As for the absences of Medel and Ponce, they've had a very good performance so far," added Bielsa.
"They are no doubt valuable, but I think we are in a position to put other team-mates on the pitch that can do the same job."