Argentina
-125
+400
Colombia
Tue, Jul 6 - 9:00p ET   |   FS1, TUDN   |   Estadio nacional de brasilia
By Landon Smith

Argentina vs Colombia CONMEBOL Copa America 2021 Semifinals Odds, Picks and Prediction 7/6/2021

Argentina Will Try to Get a Win When Meet Colombia from Estádio Nacional de Brasília (Brasília, Distrito Federal) - UEFA Euro Cup 2021 Quarterfinals Game Soccer Match Preview and Prediction Game on Tuesday, July 6,2021.
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The colossal Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha in Brasilia hosts the second semifinal of this edition of the Copa América (CA), which will be played between two respected CONMEBOL teams with the aim of ending their respective periods of more than 20 years without a trophy.
After their complete 3-0 win over Ecuador last time, which included a free-kick goal and two assists from Lionel Messi, Argentina, a 14-time CA winner, looks solid. Now undefeated in 18 games (11 v., 7 n.), He has conceded only once in the last 393 minutes of play, and has never lost to an opposing team led by the Colombian coach. Reinaldo Rueda (3 v 3, n 5).
Argentina has also scored striker HT in every CA game this time around, and even scored in the first 15 minutes in three of the last four, giving them another clear reason to believe they can win a first major trophy since 1993.

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With only one victory in regulation time in this edition of the AC (V1, D2, L2), Colombia clearly appears as an outsider. Aiming to reach their first grand final since lifting this trophy in 2001, Colombia surpassed loser status to knock out Uruguay in the quarter-finals, but their luck may be lacking here as they failed to pass. Progress five of your seven AC halves. end.
This seems even more true as Colombia have faced Argentina in two of their last five CA semi-final appearances, with "Los Cafeteros" conceding in both halves in a 3-0 loss. In the most recent of the two (2004), while losing penalties in the other (1993).

Players to Watch: Aiming to make his fifth appearance on the Copa América Dream Team, Lionel Messi looks ready for the Golden Boot, with four goals in CA thus far. Hoping to capitalize on his winning penalty in the quarterfinals, Miguel Borja has contributed to three of Colombia's four previous goals, including a last-gasp H2H draw.
Interesting stats: Argentina finished third-fourth in all four CA seasons, with Brazil being the host nation.

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By Landon Smith, on 9:00p ET