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Argentina v Costa Rica Odds – Copa America

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Jul/10/2011
Argentina v Costa Rica Odds – Copa America

Argentina v Costa Rica odds had Argentina listed around 1/5 while Costa Rica promised a payout of US$1000 for every US$100 bet with an upset at Bookmaker.  While Bookmaker, which does take bets from US customers, featured odds for Argentina that were comparable to those offered by their European counterparts, some of the Euro books were offering odds of 16/1 on Costa Rica (Gambling911.com sponsor 888Sport had odds of 14/1.  They accept players residing outside the USA).

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Argentina came into this year’s Copa America as the favorite to win it all while Costa Rica was the long shot, however, the Costa Rica club managed to pummel Bolivia 2-0 the other day.  This is the same Bolivia side that drew against Argentina. 

One bet to seriously consider here might be the draw, which pays nearly 5/1 odds at Bookmaker and 9/2 at 888Sport.

Argentina has drawn in both their competitions thus far.  These sides drew 0-0 back in March but minus Lionel Messi playing for Argentina. 

Argentina v Costa Rica was the second most wagered on event for Monday after the Major League Baseball All Star Game.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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