Copa America 2024 Odds: Uruguay Vs. Colombia Semifinals On Wednesday

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Written By Eli Hershkovich | Last Updated
Uruguay vs Colombia Odds

With Copa America 2024 reaching the semifinals, we’ll help you find the best odds for Wednesday’s Uruguay vs. Colombia match. It all begins at 8 p.m. ET on FS1 and Univision. The top Uruguay odds to win on the three-way moneyline are . Conversely, Colombia is priced at to win in regular time. The total is .

Below, you’ll discover various ways to bet on Uruguay vs. Ecuaor in this Copa America match. Click any odds to wager at online betting sites and find the best soccer sportsbook promos here.

Copa America 2024 semi-finals: Uruguay vs. Colombia ODDS

Three-Way Moneyline (Result After 90 Minutes)

To Advance Odds

Bettors can also dabble in “to advance” or “to qualify” markets. These odds reference whether a team will move on in the field, regardless of when the game is won. Be mindful that in Copa America there is no extra time. Unlike Euros, this tournament goes straight to a penalty shootout after 90 minutes and stoppage time.

Uruguay vs. Colombia Prediction

When you convert the odds to implied probabilities, this game is a total coin flip. Anyone who has a strong conviction on which team will win is making a prediction that is in contrast to the odds. Sportsbooks are lining this game with both teams at or near a 50% chance of advancing to the Copa America final.

Uruguay vs. Colombia PROPS

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Player Props

Check out the best odds for Uruguay vs. Colombia anytime goalscorers.

uruguay vs. Colombia odds: analytical lense

Uruguay vies for their first finals appearance since 2011, and Colombia aims to return to the championship final after winning it in 2001.

Colombia wouldn’t have this opportunity without James Rodríguez, pacing the Copa America field with six-goal involvements (a goal and five assists) and chances created with 14. To boot, 10 of them have stemmed from set pieces. Colombia has scored on four of them.

Uruguay will work on limiting those opportunities, especially without the services of Ronald Araujo (knee). The impact defender started every match in Copa America 2024, including Saturday’s quarter-finals versus Brazil, in which La Celeste emerged victorious on penalties.

However, Colombia’s expected goals (xG) come with a caveat. While they rank just below Argentina in that category (7.31 xG), their 4.95 non-penalty xG is last among semifinalists. For reference, Argentina’s non-penalty xG is 8.11.

On the flip side, Darwin Núñez & Co. must improve their passing accuracy after their poor performance in the quarter-finals. Overall, they rank No. 10 in the field. While a quick fix isn’t easy, their cohesion (or lack thereof) will go a long way in deciding which team reaches the final round on Sunday.

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