Brazil are aiming for their 10th title, while Argentina are attempting to snap a 28-year drought when the Copa America for 2021 takes place between June 13 and July 10.
Copa America 2021 Tips, Predictions & Preview
Expert predictions, daily best bets and betting tips for Copa America 2021, live across Argentina from June 13 to July 10.
Who will win Copa America 2021?
A festival of football will play out across Argentina when the 2021 Copa America finally gets underway from June 13.
Brazil are the defending champions having won their 9th Copa America in the 2019 edition of the competition, beating Peru 3-1 in the final.
Argentina have notoriously succumbed under pressure at major events over the better part of the last three decades – can Lionel Messi finally lead his side to glory in front of their own fans?
Uruguay and Colombia can never be discounted with some world class players in their ranks, while Peru will be looking to repeat their heroics from the 2019 tournament and go deep once again.
The stage is set for another thrilling Copa America – read on below as we provide daily best bets and multis throughout the competition, along with predictions and tips for the outright winner.
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Copa America 2021 Tips & Predictions
Brazil and Argentina are once again the clear frontrunners for the Copa America silverware as the two South American heavyweights prepare for the 2021 competition.
Argentina have the home advantage, but the nation have repeatedly failed to deliver their best football when it matters most – especially in the Copa America, where they last won all the way back in 1993 and have lost four finals throughout that period.
By contrast, Brazil are record nine-time champions and have won five of the last nine Copa America tournaments – including in 2019 where they defeated surprise finalists Peru for the trophy.
As such, we’ll be backing Brazil to secure the silverware once again. They have a star-studded line-up, led by the attacking threats of Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, and Firmino, while Marquinhos, Militao and Thiago Silva will hold down the fort at the back, along with EPL stars Ederson or Alisson in goals.
Brazil are in top form heading into the tournament, winning all four of their World Cup qualifiers to lead the table with 12 points. Three of those wins came to nil, which further highlights Brazil’s balance across the park.
Once again, it will be up to Messi to lead Argentina to the trophy, but the team have relied on one man for far too long and until proven otherwise, it’s not viable to back the nation in a major tournament.
Uruguay and Colombia are the teams further down in the pecking order. Uruguay boast star strikers Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani and defensive stalwart Diego Godin, but all three are in twilight of their careers – although Suarez did just help Atletico Madrid to the La Liga title.
James Rodriguez is the main man for Colombia, but the team is probably lacking one or two more star players to be able to go all the way.
Chile is also worth a mention, but like Uruguay, are past their best. Alexis Sanchez lead Chile to back-to-back Copa America titles in 2015-16, but he’s been on a downward spiral ever since leaving Man United in 2019 and will need to lift considerably in order to inspire his teammates to victory.
Brazil have been there, done that and know what it takes to win this competition. We’ll be backing them to secure a 10th Copa America title, with some value on Uruguay as outsiders.