2019 Copa America Soccer Semifinals Sports Betting Odds Preview

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The 2019 Copa America soccer tournament has reached the semifinals round. The championship of South American soccer will feature two games early in the week to the satisfaction of sports bettors worldwide.

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The semifinals get underway on Tuesday July 2nd at 8:30PM Eastern Time on ESPN + TV from Brazil as Argentina will battle the host nation Brazil. The current three way odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Brazil favored by -125 odds to win in regulation with the underdog Argentina returning +330 odds. The regulation draw brings back +230 odds. Over under line is set at 2 ½ goals. In Group Play Brazil had wins against Bolivia 3-0 and a 5-0 victory to Peru. They drew 0-0 against Venezuela. Brazil faced Paraguay in the quarterfinal round, and it was 0-0 through regulation and extra time. In penalty round the team stopped two shots by Paraguay to gain the win. It was a defensive game for Paraguay who played for the penalty round as they chose offense from counter attacks. Argentina completed a disappointing group round with a win, draw and loss. They opened their Copa America with a 2-0 loss to Colombia then drew 1-1 with Paraguay. To quality for the knockout round the team beat Qatar 2-0. In the quarterfinal round Argentina beat Venezuela 2-0. Question for Argentina is who can step up in support of Messi.

On Wednesday July 3rd at 3PM Eastern Time from Brazil on ESPN + TV it will be Peru battling Chile. The three way line has Chile favored by -118 odds with the return on Peru at +330 odds. Regulation draw bettors will get a return of +215 odds. Goal total came in at two goals. Peru was the third place team in Group A with a goal differential of -3. They had an ugly 5-0 loss to Brazil. A 3-1 win against Bolivia helped the team to qualify for the quarterfinals. The Peruvians scored the upset win in the quarterfinals beating Uruguay in the penalty round 5-4 as Luis Suarez missed a key penalty kick. Uruguay dominated the game, but soccer can be a cruel sport. Teams were scoreless 0-0 through regulation and extra time. Chile was the second place team in Group C with two wins and a loss. Wins came to Ecuador and Japan with a 1-0 loss to Uruguay. In the quarterfinals Chile faced Colombia with the game ending 0-0 through regulation and extra time. In the penalty kick round Chile prevailed 5-4 to advance to the semifinals.

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