Final: Brazil vs. Argentina
The 2007 Copa America final
between Brazil and Argentina - top betting event for the
just a few hours left until the final of the 2007 Copa America,
both teams are good to go, and so are the sportsbooks. Argentina
will take a shot at their 15th Copa America title in Sunday, but
they have to go through the World Champion Brazil first.
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The odds heavily favor Argentina to win
the Copa America final. The British online betting website
Bet365 (new window) offers odds
on Argentina at 1.80 (4/5), compared to Brazil 4.33 (10/3), and
3.50 (5/2) for a draw in regular time. Live betting will be
available at the bookmaker.
The classic 3-0 win of Argentina against
Mexico at the semi-finals made the bookies bump the odds on the
team to win for the 15th time. On Wednesday night goals by
Gabriel Heinze, Lionel Messi and Juan Roman Riquelme gave the
win to Argentina, sending Mexico home. All eyes will be on these
three players again on Sunday night.
Brazil struggled to reach the final,
beating Venezuela at the semi-finals 5-4 on penalty kicks
following a 2-2 tie.
In the past Argentina and Brazil met at
the Copa America Final in 2004, and back then Brazil won the Cup
by penalty kicks after 2-2 in the normal time. Last year
Argentina played against Mexico for the Copa America, winning
On Saturday Mexico beat Uruguay 3-1 for the
third place at the Copa America.
Published on 07/15/2007