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Copa America Betting: Argentina v Bolivia

Written by:
Alistair Prescott
Published on:
Jun/28/2011
Copa America Betting:  Argentina v Bolivia

Copa America betting kicks off Saturday July 1 with one match:  Argentina v Bolivia.  Copa América Apuestas

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Argentina comes into this one with odds of winning the Copa America 2011 outright and at very huge 1/14 odds of beating Bolivia.  The underdog here is listed at 16/1 odds, which would result in a huge payout.  The draw pays 7/1.

Nearly all the betting action is expected to be on Argentina, however, Gambling911.com anticipates nominal action on this matchup overall due to the enormous price on Argentina. 

Bolivia comes into the Copa America 2011 in rather poor form and they have not performed well away from home.  That said, the last time they face Argentina, Bolivia pummeled them at home by a score of 6-1.  Argentina was in disarray at the time.

Those living outside the US can bet at William Hill and claim their FREE cash here.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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