Copa America Semifinal Live Odds: Moneylines, Totals, Analysis

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Copa America Semifinal Live Odds: Moneylines, Totals, Analysis

Argentina is a heavy favorite to beat Canada when the teams meet in the Copa America semifinals this week. The action then shifts to North Carolina, where Uruguay will take on Colombia in the other semifinal. We have previewed both games below, along with highlighting the best Copa America odds on each match.

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Argentina vs. Canada

Argentina began this tournament with a 2-0 win against Canada. Julián Álvarez opened the scoring, and a late strike from substitute Lautaro Martínez sealed the victory. That could give Argentina’s players a psychological advantage when the teams renew hostilities at MetLife Stadium on Tuesday evening. La Albiceleste beat Ecuador on penalties in the quarterfinals, and they are now unbeaten in nine games, so they remain the favorites to win Copa America.

Canada is the only North American team remaining in this tournament. Jesse Marsch’s team bounced back from that 2-0 defeat to Argentina by beating Peru 1-0 on Matchday 2. A 0-0 draw with Chile earned the Canadians a place in the knockout stage, and they beat Venezuela in a tense penalty shootout in the quarterfinals. Canada is a heavy underdog for this game, but Jonathan David and Alphonso Davies could cause problems for Argentina’s defense on the counterattack, so it could still prove to be an interesting contest.

Uruguay vs. Colombia

Uruguay is a slight favorite to beat Colombia at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte on Wednesday night. La Celeste won their group after beating Bolivia, Panama, and the US, and they then toppled the mighty Brazil in the quarterfinals. The game finished 0-0, and Uruguay’s players held their nerve in the subsequent penalty shootout. The Uruguayans are unbeaten in their last six games against Colombia.

Colombia is now the top-scoring team at this tournament after thrashing Panama 5-0 in the quarterfinals. Jhon Córdoba, James Rodríguez, Luis Díaz, Richard Ríos, and Miguel Borja all found the back of the net in that five-star performance. The Colombians are now on a 27-game unbeaten streak, which stretches back to February 2022. These teams last met in October 2023, and they played out an entertaining 2-2 draw. Darwin Núñez scored a 92nd-minute equalizer for Uruguay in that match, and Colombia’s defenders will need to keep an eye on him on Wednesday.

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