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Who Will Win the Copa America?

After Euro 2020, another major international event is also taking place concurrently on the other side of the world - Copa America.


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This summer, European football fans will be focusing their attention and making their predictions for the continent’s showpiece event, the European Championship. However, another major international event is also taking place concurrently on the other side of the world, garnering just as much interest (if not more) from its own followers.

Beginning on the 13th June, the 10 nations of South America will battle in the continent’s most prestigious football tournament to determine who can claim to be the best team in the CONMEBOL federation. Who is most likely to win the day and walk away with the trophy? Here’s a look at the main candidates for the prize.

Brazil

Betting enthusiasts will never discount Brazil as one of the favorites for any footballing event, the smart money would back them to make 2021 their 10th triumph in the tournament. They have gotten off to a flyer in their World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign, with a flawless record of 12 points and 12 goals in their four games thus far, including impressive away victories against Peru and Uruguay. Plus, their squad has an embarrassment of attacking riches, with top names like Neymar, Vinicius Junior, Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino more than capable of netting the goals that would see them retain the title they won comfortably in 2019.

Argentina

Having reached the final on four of the last six occasions, it would be unwise not to fancy Argentina to win their fourth Copa America this summer. Although they will no longer be the host country, every minute of every game will be screened live on free-to-air television, with punditry, commentary and expert analysis offering fans the same kind of involved experience that live casino at loyalcasino.com/en affords to its players. As such, fans of the Albiceleste will be able to give their full backing to the XI on the pitch, while talisman Lionel Messi might well bow out of international football after this event, so he’ll be keen to sign off in style.

Chile

After almost a century of being nearly-men and also-rans, Chile finally put their Copa America demons to bed in 2015 with their maiden tournament victory. What’s more, they repeated the trick the following year to retain back-to-back titles, though 2019’s fourth place finish was something of a disappointment by comparison. With a squad containing aging but still capable players such as Gary Medel, Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal, the old guard will be hopeful of celebrating one last hurrah and a third Copa America trophy with La Roja this year.

Uruguay

Uruguay are another team propped up by elder statesmen of the footballing world, with four of their biggest names (Diego Godin, Martin Caceres, Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez) now in their mid-thirties. However, they’re ably supported by a younger nucleus of the team, including exciting talents like Jose Gimenez and Lucas Torreira, both of whom are fresh from domestic success (along with Suarez), having lifted the La Liga title with Atletico Madrid earlier this year. With a potent blend of youth and experience, they’re a strong contender to clinch their 16th title this time around.

Whoever ultimately emerges as the winners of Copa America 2021, we’re set for a footballing feast this summer in Argentina.



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