Brazil Slight Favorite to Win 2019 Copa America Ahead of Argentina, Uruguay and Colombia

Zach Brunner
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The 46th Copa America is set to begin Friday, June 14, with host country, Brazil, coming in as the betting favorite (+110), according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

While Brazil will be without its biggest star, Neymar, who is out with an ankle injury, the host country still has plenty of talent taking the field, with Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho, David Neres and 21-year-old Eder Militao leading the way.

Argentina (+345) comes in with the second-best odds to win the tournament. Up front with the country's best player, Lionel Messi, Argentina will roll out Sergio Aguero and Paulo Dybala, so it's no wonder this team is one of the favorites to take home the championship trophy.

Uruguay has the most Copa America titles, with 15, and are the third favorite with +675 odds. Also in Group C is the tournament's reigning champion, Chile, another dangerous team with more than 10-to-1 odds to win this year's Copa America.

With 12 teams vying for the title, we'll have to wait until Sunday, July 7, to see which team ultimately hoists the championship trophy.

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