2016 COPA America Soccer Sports Betting Odds Preview for Friday

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The 2016 Copa America will continue on Friday June 10th with two games from Group D over national television to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide.

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The action gets underway at 7PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports as Bolivia will face Chile from Foxborough Massachusetts. The current three way odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Chile favored by –725 odds with the return on Bolivia at +1050 odds. The draw returns +590 odds. Over under bettors will find a line of three goals. Chile has had good success against Bolivia winning 9 of their 13 meetings with two draws. They last met in 2015 with Chile crushing Bolivia 5-0 at home in Copa America. Bolivia was defeated 2-1 to Panama in their opening game. Chile fell to Argentina 2-1. Both Bolivia and Chile are looking for their first points in Copa America. Chile has struggled in recent games with three straight losses. They fell 1-0 to Mexico on June 1st and 2-1 to Jamaica at home on May 27th. Bolivia sits in ninth and second to last in World Cup qualifying with a win and five losses. After their defeat to Panama it is now a five game losing streak.

At 9:30PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports it will be Panama facing Argentina from Chicago Illinois. The three way line reveals Argentina favored by -675 odds with Panama returning +1050 odds. The draw brings back +550 odds. Total bettors will find this game set at 2 ½ goals. It was announced on Thursday by Argentina head coach Geraldo Martino that Lionel Messi will play. Argentina has not won a Copa America since way back in 1993. They have a second place finish in three of the past four. The team is a perfect 4-0 in 2016 matches. Panama was the third place team in the 2015 Gold Cup by defeating the United States in the penalty round. In their two friendly’s leading up to this tournament the Panamanians dropped a 2-0 decision to Brazil and tied Venezuela 0-0.

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