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Copa America: Brazil vs Colombia Prediction, Preview & Betting Picks

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      • (45'+2') D. Muñoz
      • (7') Vinícius Júnior
      • (27') João Gomes
      • (73') Bruno Guimarães
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      • (25') D. Machado
      • (27') J. Lerma
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          Copa America Goalscorer Tips

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          Vinicius Jr to score anytime @ +225
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          FlashPicks Brazil vs Colombia Prediction

          Brazil and Colombia will both come into this game looking for the win that’ll let them top Group D. Both sides are likely to go far in the competition and will be aiming to make a statement in their final game of the Group stage.

          Vinicius Jr has already picked up a couple of goals for Brazil so far this tournament, and he’s likely to be on the scoresheet again against Colombia. However, Colombia and their front line of Luis Diaz and Jhon Cordoba are not to be counted out to trouble the Brazil backline.

          This clash of the titans of Group D is likely to be tight, but with Brazil coming out victorious by a close margin.

          We predict: Brazil 2 - 1 Colombia

          Brazil vs Colombia Preview & Prediction

          The final game of the Copa America Group stage sees Brazil take on Colombia on Wednesday at Levi’s Stadium. Knock-out football is all but assured for both sides, with this game being the opportunity to make a statement to the rest of the teams.

          • Date: 07/03/2024
          • Kick-off time: 21:00 (ET)
          • Location: Levi’s Stadium

          The other Group D residents Costa Rica and Paraguay haven’t put up too much of a fight against Brazil and Colombia, giving these two sides a clear route to the Quarter-finals.

          Brazil currently sit second in Group D after two games. In those two games, Brazil have picked up a win and a draw, leaving them on four points, just two points behind Colombia.

          The Canary Squad are one of the most successful sides in Copa America history, with nine titles so far. The majority of these titles came in the late 1990s and early 2000s, but the most recent title for Brazil came on home soil in 2019. The last time out in the competition also saw Brazil reach the Final but lose to Argentina.

          Colombia currently sit top of Group D. In two games Colombia have picked up two wins, which leaves them on six points, two points clear of Brazil and with the best goal difference.

          This will be Colombia’s 24th appearance at the Copa America, a competition they have won once in their history. This title came back in 2001 where they became the only side to win the Copa America without conceding a goal. The last time out in the competition saw them finish third in 2021.

          Brazil and Colombia have met 36 times in their histories, with the first meeting coming in the 1945 rendition of this competition. Brazil have the better record in the fixture with 21 wins in comparison to Colombia’s four wins. In fact, a draw is a more common outcome than a Colombia win, happening on 11 occasions.

          The last five meetings between these two sides have seen two wins for Brazil, two draws and one win for Colombia. This fixture usually sees both sides on the scoresheet, with three of the last five games having both teams scoring.

          Where to watch

          Brazil vs Colombia will be shown on Sling Blue, Fubo, TUDN, ViX and FOX.

          Team News

          Brazil Team News

          Dorival Junior is likely to stick with his side that beat Paraguay the last time out with Rodrygo up front supported by Vinicius, Lucas Paqueta and Savio.

          Colombia Team News

          Nestor Lorenzo is also likely to stick with the team that has already picked up two wins. Diaz, Cordoba and James Rodriguez will lead the attack with Jefferson Lerma commanding the midfield.

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          In their last five games in all competitions, Brazil have two wins and three draws.

          An international friendly saw Brazil take on Spain. A penalty from Rodri and a goal from Dani Olmo gave Spain an early 2 - 0 lead but Rodrygo got Brazil on the scoresheet before halftime. Endrick brought Brazil level early in the second half but another penalty from Rodri gave Spain the lead with three minutes to go. However, a 96th minute penalty from Paqueta rescued a 3 - 3 draw for Brazil.

          Brazil were the ones to score early on against Mexico in an international friendly, with Andreas Pereira scoring in the fifth minute. Gabriel Martinelli doubled the lead early in the second half but an own goal from Yan Couto and a goal from Guillermo Martinez Ayala brought Mexico level in added time. But again Brazil scored late with Endrick grabbing the 3 - 2 win for Brazil.

          The final friendly before the Copa America saw Brazil take on the US. Rodrygo was on the scoresheet for Brazil again but a goal from Christian Pulisic forced the 1 - 1 draw, despite Brazil having 12 shots on target.

          The first game of the Copa America Group stage saw Brazil take on Costa Rica. Brazil had 19 attempts but just three of them were on target in 74% of the possession. Costa Rica had zero shots on target but held Brazil to a 0 - 0 draw.

          The last time out for Brazil was against Paraguay. A brace from Vinicius, a goal from Savio and a penalty from Paqueta gave Brazil the 4 - 1 win over ten-man Paraguay who had Andres Cubas sent off late on.

          In their last five games in all competitions, Colombia have five wins.

          In an international friendly Colombia hosted Romania. Cordoba, Jhon Arias and Yaser Asprilla all scored to give Colombia the 3 - 0 lead with just ten minutes to go. Ianis Hagi and Florin Tanase did score late on but Colombia held on for the 3 - 2 win.

          Despite Timothy Weah scoring for the US, goals from Arias, Rafael Santos Borre Maury, Richard Rios, Jorge Carrascal and Luis Sinisterra gave Colombia the 5 - 1 win.

          The final international friendly for Colombia was against Bolivia. Arias, Cordoba and Diaz all scored in the 3 - 0 win for Colombia, even with Daniel Munoz sent off for Colombia and Cesar Menacho sent off for Bolivia.

          The first game of the Copa America Group stage saw Colombia take on Paraguay. Munoz bounced back from his red card to open the scoring and he was joined on the scoresheet by Lerma before halftime. Julio Enciso did get Paraguay in the game with 20 minutes to go but Colombia held on for the 2 - 1 win.

          The last time out for Colombia was against Costa Rica. A penalty from Diaz and goals from Davinson Sanchez and Cordoba gave Colombia the 3 - 0 win.

          Header logoCopa America - Group D

          PosClubPWDLGDPTS
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          Team logoColombia
          3210+47
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          Team logoBrazil
          3120+35
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          Team logoCosta Rica
          3111-24
          Last updated 25/07/2024

          Header logoCopa America - Group D

          PosClubPWDLGDPTS
          1
          Team logoColombia
          3210+47
          2
          Team logoBrazil
          3120+35
          3
          Team logoCosta Rica
          3111-24
          Last updated 25/07/2024
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