Copa America Betting Odds: Argentina v Colombia

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Alistair Prescott
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Copa America Betting Odds:  Argentina v Colombia

Copa America betting odds were now available on Argentina v Colombia at William Hill (Copa América Apuestas), which was offering a £25 free bet to Gambling911.com readers in addition to plenty of in-play options (sorry, US players restricted:  See below where US players are permitted)


Argentina v Colombia had odds that favored Argentina at 2/5 while Colombia was at 7/1.  The draw would pay out 3/1 odds. 

Colombia enjoyed a win over Costa Rica, which faces Bolivia on the 7th.  At 7/1 odds, Colombia enjoys great value as they have the most points thus far in the competition at 3.  Heavily favored Argentina was only able to muster up a draw against Bolivia in its weekend Copa America matchup.

"We're not going to go crazy because we didn't win the first match," Argentina head coach Sergio Batista said in a column Monday in the daily newspaper Clarin. "We know it's all just begun and we'll keep improving."

Argentina has had its way with Colombia in recent meetings including the World Cup qualifier back in 2009. 

Gambling911.com has all your Copa America betting odds throughout the week. 


US gamblers can place bets on Argentina v Colombia and all Copa America matchups at BetDSI.com here.  Be sure to claim your 20 percent new account bonus (restrictions do apply). 

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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