2019 Copa America Soccer Finals Sports Betting Odds Preview

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The 2019 Copa America Finals will pit Peru and Brazil on Sunday July 7th to the satisfaction of soccer bettors worldwide. The teams begin from Brazil at 4PM Eastern Time and ESPN + TV has the coast to coast broadcast. Copa America is the South American championship of soccer.

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The current three way line available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the host nation Brazil favored by -355 odds to win in regulation with Peru bringing back +1000 odds. The 90 minute draw returns +360 odds. The goal total is 2 ½ goals. If you prefer to bet goal spreads, then Brazil is favored by -1 ½ goals with Peru bringing back +1 ½ goals.

Brazil in the group stage came away with two wins and a draw to finish with a +8 goal differential finishing first in Group A. They drew 0-0 to Venezuela. In the quarterfinals the Brazilians needed penalty kicks to advance as the game was 0-0 after 120 minutes of play. They faced Argentina in the semifinals and Brazil earned the 2-0 win with goals by Gabriel Jesus in the 19th minute and by Roberto Firmino in minute 71. The game had its share of controversy based on the physical style of Brazil and lack of using replay to review hard fouls committed against Argentina. Brazil and Peru met in their final Group A game with the Brazilians posting the 5-0 win. The game was put away early by Brazil as they netted three goals in the first 32 minutes of the game.

Peru was the third place team in Group A posting a win, loss and draw. They drew beat Bolivia 3-1 and drew 0-0 with Venezuela. In the quarterfinal round the Peruvians got past Uruguay in the penalty kick round as the game was scoreless at 0-0 after regulation and additional extra time. Peru got past Uruguay 5-4 in penalties aided by a critical miss by Uruguayan star Luis Suarez Next for Peru in the semifinals were Chile and it was the Peruvians posting the 3-0 victory. Edison Flores started the scoring in minute 21 and in the 38th minute a goal was scored by Yoshimar Yotun. Peru put the game away in the 91st minute with a goal scored by Paolo Guerrero.

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