Copa America Odds: Brazil Vs. Colombia In Group D Soccer Battle Tuesday

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Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
Brazil vs. Colombia odds

As Copa America 2024 continues, will preview select matches from the lens of Copa America odds. Here, we’ll look at Brazil vs. Colombia soccer odds for the Group D finale. Either team would top the group with a win. Brazil is a favorites on the three-way moneyline to win. Colombia is . The game will be broadcast on FS1 and Univision in the United States, with kickoff Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET.

Below, we’ll preview the match and explain the stakes for both sides. Click any of the odds below to make a wager at online betting sites in your area and find the best soccer sportsbook promos here.

How To Bet On Brazil vs. Colombia Odds

Find the spread, moneyline, and total goals odds below. Remember that soccer games can end in draws during group stages, hence the three-way line.

Game Props

See below for some select game props in Brazil vs. Colombia odds. Soccer game props at your sportsbooks include both teams to score, total yellow cards, and corner kicks. More props will be added as they become available.

Player Props

Another way to bet on Brazil vs. Colombia odds is by utilizing player props. Here are select player props including to anytime goalscorer, to score the first goal, etc.

Brazil Vs. Colombia Preview

In a sense, there isn’t much on the line here. Both teams are incredibly likely to advance. Colombia is already through, and the only way Brazil can miss is a parlay:

  • Brazil loses to Colombia
  • Costa Rica beats Paraguay
  • Costa Rica makes up six goals of differential

That’s going to be a tough trick to pull. So, the only real question is which team wins the group and gets a theoretically easier matchup against the United States or Panama, rather than Uruguay.

Brazil had a rather sleepy opening match, failing to score against Costa Rica. They came to life against a slightly lower-ranked Paraguay squad, with NYT’s xGoals validating their 4-1 win with 3.74-0.87. Vinicius Junior found the net twice, and fellow La Liga standout Savio added another.

Undoubtedly, the attacking talent of Brazil stands out as the group most likely to swing this game.

Colombia’s attack still features 2014 World Cup superstar James Rodriguez, who is a shadow of his former self these days. He’s still the most experienced and decorated player on the team, with more than 100 caps.

However, look for Luis Diaz as the key man on the Colombian counters. The Liverpool striker is squarely in his prime and has 13 goals in 51 international appearances. He has scored once and is second on the team with five shots this tournament.

Brazil vs. Colombia Projected Starting Lineups

Here’s a glance at each team’s expected starting lineup:

GK Alisson BeckerGK Camilo Vargas
DF DaniloDF Johan Mojica
DF Eder MilitaoDF Daniel Munoz
DF MarquinhosDF Davinson Sanchez
DF Guilherme AranaDF Carlos Cuesta
MF Bruno GuimaraesMF Richard Rios
MF Lucas PaquetaMF James Rodriguez
MF Joao GomesMF Jhon Arias
FW Vinicius JuniorMF Jefferson Lerma
FW RodrygoFW Luis Diaz
FW SavioFW Jhon Cordoba

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