Copa America Group Odds For Each Team To Win & Advance To Knockout Stage

Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
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Copa America has begun, with every team playing at least one game. And while has already covered Copa America odds to win the tournament, group play precedes the knockout round that determines the champion. With that in mind, we’ll take a look at Copa America groups as well, along with odds to win and advance.

We’ll take a look at each of the Copa America groups one by one, with corresponding odds. Click any of the odds below to make a wager at sports betting sites.

Copa America Group A Odds

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One of the more well-rounded groups, Copa America Group A has four teams with legitimate hopes of advancing, headed by the overall tournament favorite.

FIFA No. 1 Argentina is coming off a World Cup victory in 2022. They’re appropriately massive favorites to advance and fully expected to do so in first place. International superstar Lionel Messi still spearheads the bunch.

The rest of the group has fallen on hard times after recent success. Each of Chile, Canada, and Peru peaked well above their current FIFA rankings. Canada was legitimately challenging Mexico and the U.S. for CONCACAF supremacy just a couple of years back. Chile and Peru occupied top 15 rankings in the not too distance past.

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Copa America Group B Odds

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The most wide open group, Group B is the only one not to feature a clear favorite.

Mexico heads the odds, but they don’t have the most inspiring recent international record. They did win the Gold Cup last year, but they’ve dropped their last two against rivals U.S., and Uruguay wiped the floor with them in a recent friendly, 4-0.

Ecuador is peaking in international ranking (31).

The only true shock here would be Jamaica winning the group. Everything else is on the table.

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Copa America Group C Odds

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The USMNT will be the headliner for most here, but the odds favor Uruguay. Uruguay has actually hit a dry spell recently after spending multiple years ranked in the international top 10. Only powerhouses Argentina and Brazil have shorter overall odds.

The Americans, meanwhile, have high hopes of contention in the next World Cup, when a so-called Golden Generation should be peaking. Looking sharp in Copa America groups would be a good start. Christian Pulisic and Weston McKinnie will headline, with the team missing Sergino Dest.

Panama and Bolivia are considered longshots. Each has among the longest odds to win the tournament. Panama did squeak by the Americans on penalties in the Gold Cup, though.

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Copa America Group D Odds

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Another blueblood, Brazil, sits well clear of its groupmates in the odds here. Arguably the most successful team in the history of international soccer, Brazil isn’t currently the dominant force it has been at times in the past. Neymar will miss the competition, though Vinicius Junior makes for a fine centerpiece.

The Brazilians will hope a 1-0 World Cup qualifying loss to rivals Argentina isn’t an omen of things to come.

Twelfth-ranked Colombia is expected to provide the stiffest competition. They also defeated Brazil in WC qualifying, 2-1.

Paraguay and Costa Rica will likely serve as cannon fodder, though it wouldn’t be outrageous for either to advance.

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