Copa America 2024 Odds & Predictions

The best 2024 Copa America odds & predictions are at CXSports. Here you can find top, curated betting picks via our unbiased, Reader’s Digest style match reports. You can access our latest reports and picks via the links displayed further below on this page.

No matter which 2024 Copa America games you want to bet on, chances are we cover them all. And we won’t waste your time with long-winded prose. Our reports are quick, easy to read, and to the point. And you can bet directly on each game via the convenient, pulsating Bet Now button located in the middle of each game page. This button will redirect you to one of the best bookmakers in your country.

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Peru Predictions
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Chile Predictions
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Ecuador Predictions
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Venezuela Predictions
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Mexico Predictions
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Jamaica Predictions
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Bolivia Predictions
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Uruguay Predictions
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Panama Predictions
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Paraguay Predictions
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Brazil Predictions
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Costa Rica Predictions
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Peru Predictions
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Mexico Predictions
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Uruguay Predictions
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Bolivia Predictions
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Costa Rica Predictions
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Paraguay Predictions
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Brazil Predictions
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Argentina Predictions
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Peru Predictions
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Canada Predictions
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Chile Predictions
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Mexico Predictions
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Ecuador Predictions
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Venezuela Predictions
Venezuela
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United States Prediction
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Uruguay Prediction
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Bolivia Predictions
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Costa Rica Predictions
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Paraguay Predictions
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Brazil Predictions
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Colombia Predictions
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Copa America 2024 Favorites

It might not be the World Cup, but with the 3-time winner and defending 2022 World Cup champion Argentina in the mix, our 2024 Copa America favorites predictions might as well be.

And let’s not forget the other talent that’ll also be featuring heavily as favorites to win in our free Copa America 2024 picks and tips. Take Brazil, for example; 5 world cups and a massive 9 Copa America titles with the most recent in 2019, you can bet our 2024 Copa America score predictions will be looking at them favorably.

Of course, as the old saying goes, past success is no guarantee of future success. So be sure to keep checking back here for accurate soccer score predictions and up-to-date 2024 Copa America odds.

And don’t forget, while our odds and predictions are as accurate as any you’re going to find, they’re only going to get you halfway to maximizing your 2024 Copa America betting dollar. To make sure you really make the most of your bets, make sure you only bet with the sportsbook offering you the best odds and bonuses. The simplest way is to take advantage of our smart Bet Now links, which are all backed by our smart matching server which automatically directs you to the best match.

2024 Copa America FAQ

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What is Copa America?

Copa America is the number one football tournament in South America. Organized by CONMEBOL, the governing body for South American football, the Copa is contested by the top national teams in South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, and more. In total, the tournament generally features 10 teams from CONMEBOL nations and usually includes a couple of slots for guest teams from other confederations.

How Often is Copa America Held?

Copa America has historically been held on a somewhat inconsistent schedule. As a general rule, it runs on average once every four years, but this has rarely been the case. For example, the last edition was in 2021, just three years ago. And the last before that was in 2019.

When Was Copa America Founded?

The first Copa America was held in 1916 in Argentina, although it wasn’t named Copa America at the time. The original title was known as the South American Championship of Nations until 1975, at which point it switched to simply being known as the Copa America.

Naturally, with 1916 being the founding year of the Copa America competition, 2016 marked its 100-year anniversary. For the occasion, a special Centenario edition of the tournament was held in 2016, further disrupting its already irregular schedule.

How Many Teams Compete in Copa America

As a general rule, Copa America was contested by 12 teams. The first 10 of those teams are CONMEBOL national teams like Peru, Brazil, and Argentina. The remaining two slots are reserved for guest teams that are invited to the tournament on a one-off basis.

However, this isn’t always the case for a variety of reasons. In the last edition of the Copa America, Australia and Qatar were the two invitees. However, both ultimately turned down the invitation due to scheduling conflicts with the 2022 World Cup qualifications. This reduced the tournament to just 10 teams, all of which were CONMEBOL nations.

2024 Copa America Team Changes

The usual 12-team format is set for a big change in 2024, with a new CONCACAF-CONMEBOL partnership bringing the total teams to 16 — the 10 CONMEBOL teams, and six CONCACAF teams.

As for who these CONCACAF teams are for the 2024 edition, they are:

  • Jamaica
  • Mexico
  • Panama
  • United States
  • Canada
  • Costa Rica

What Is the Format of 2024 Copa America?

The current format for the 2024 Copa America is similar to most other international soccer competitions. Initially, teams are divided into groups, where they compete against other teams in their group to qualify for the next rounds. Following this, the top teams from the group stage advance to the final stages, which eventually culminate in a winner.

Where Is the Copa America Held?

Each year, the Copa America is held by a different host nation, which is usually a CONMEBOL member. The most recent host was Brazil, who hosted the 2021 Copa tournament, bringing the total number of times they’d hosted the tournament to six.

The country that has hosted Copa America the most is Argentina, with a total of 9 tournaments held within its borders (the most recent was 2011). Following Argentina, Uruguay, and Chile make up second and third place with a total of 7 each.

2024 Copa America Host Nation

In 2024, the Copa America tournament will be hosted by the United States. Curiously, this isn’t the first time the United States has hosted the tournament. The special 2016 Centenario edition was also hosted by the United States, making it the first non-CONMEBOL nation to host the tournament.

Who Are the Best Copa America Teams?

Being a South American tournament, Copa America is traditionally contested by some of the best soccer teams in the world. However, as with anything, some teams do stand out as a cut above the rest.

These are the top three Copa America teams:

  1. Argentina: 15 x Titles; 14 x Runners-up.
  2. Uruguay: 15 x Titles; 6 x Runners-up.
  3. Brazil: 9 x Titles; 12 x Runners-up.

No doubt, each of these teams will be out to topple the other. To find out who will come out on top, be sure to read all of our 2024 Copa America predictions.

Tips to Back a Winner With Our Copa America 2024 Predictions & Odds

As we’ve already alluded to, placing winning bets on the 2024 Copa is a two-step formula.

The first step is to check out all of our 2024 Copa America predictions and betting picks right here. In case you missed them, scroll back up and you’ll find a full analysis and score prediction for every upcoming game. Each one is carefully assembled by our top soccer analysts and betting experts, ensuring you maximize your odds of backing a Copa America 2024 winner.

Of course, don’t just rely on us. While our score predictions are some of the best out there, we still reckon it’s a good idea if you go out and do your own research to really hone in on the best betting tips.

So to help get you started picking a 2024 Copa America winner, here are a few tips.

Copa America Betting Tip #1: Get All the Stats

With several years between each edition, a lot can change between competitions. That means the only way to get a handle on who’s looking like a hot favorite for this year’s edition is to get a handle on each team’s and their players’ recent stats in other tournaments.

To get you started, each of our 2024 Copa America predictions includes a quick overview of the most important stats that went into making each score prediction. But we like to keep our predictions short and to the point, so you’ll find plenty more stats by digging around elsewhere.

Copa America Betting Tip #2: Leverage Different Bet Types

When it comes to sports, it’s all about winners and losers. The Copa America is no different.

Naturally, this leads most new bettors to place simple bets on the winning team. And while there’s nothing wrong with this, especially when our 2024 Copa America predictions make a strong call for a hot favorite to win, more experienced bettors know there’s more than one way to place a sure bet from any game.

Later on, we’ll give you a full rundown of different bet types and when to place them. But for now, just know that you should definitely explore your betting options when betting with our 2024 Copa America predictions and odds.

Copa America Betting Tip #3: Double Down on Sure Copa America Predictions

While our score predictions are generally as accurate as you’ll ever find, not every one’s a sure winner. That’s just the nature of the game — sometimes, teams are just too evenly matched to call a clear winner, and something as minor and unpredictable as a puff of wind could be all it takes to turn the game.

Of course, just as there are some games that are too close to call, some have obvious winners once our analysts pass their trained eyes over the data. And these are the games you should be doubling down on. Especially when there are favorable odds on offer.

And speaking of odds, don’t forget to use our smart Bet Now links when placing your bets if getting the best odds is important to you.

Winning Copa America Betting Strategies

So you’ve got our sure 2024 Copa America predictions in hand and you’re ready to place your bets. Hold on a minute — there’s more to placing a winning bet than first meets the eye.

Ultimately, if you want to maximize your winnings from your 2024 Copa America betting, a good betting strategy is equally important. And for that, you’re going to need a good solid handle on the different types of Copa America bets, and when to place them.

So to help get you started, let’s start with an overview of the most popular bet types available for your 2024 Copa America betting.

  • Copa America Moneyline Bets: Moneyline bets are what most of us think of by default when putting bets on any soccer game. To place a moneyline bet, all you do is pick which Copa America team you think will win the game. And if that team wins, then you win.
  • Copa America Point Spread Bets: Much like placing a moneyline bet, a point spread bet still requires you to back a winning team. However, when it comes to point-spread bets — point-spread betting includes a handicap in the form of a point spread. Basically, if you back the favorite, that team will have to win by a certain number of goals (the point spread), otherwise, your bet won’t win.
  • Copa America Over/Under Bets: Placing over/under bets on our 2024 predictions means you’re betting on the total number of goals scored in the match. Essentially, the sportsbook will set a goal target, and you bet whether the two teams in that game will score more or less goals than the target. If you’re right, you win.
  • Copa America Double Chance Bets: As the name might suggest, a double chance bet gives you two chances to win. In its more simple form, a double chance bet lets you pick two out of the three possible outcomes for a game — Team A wins, Team B wins, or draw.
  • Copa America Prop Bets: Prop bets are one of the more esoteric bet types you can place. But they’ve been gaining popularity with Copa America bettors in recent years for a good reason — they’re fun. Basically, prop bets let you bet on a variety of events in a game, such as who scores the first goal.

Of course, all of this is just a very high-level overview of what you can expect when betting with our 2024 Copa America predictions. Each bet type has some subtleties which you’d do well to understand. And you might also find other bet types depending on what sportsbook you’re betting with.

Copa America Odds & Betting Strategy — In Depth Guide

So now we’ve got a basic high-level overview of what bets you can place using our sure score predictions, let’s take a closer look at each bet type and how to use them to maximize your winnings.

Copa America Moneyline Bets

As we already covered, moneyline bets are usually the default bet type most punters turn to when they place their bets using our 2024 Copa America predictions. This is simply because moneyline bets are all about what Copa America is all about — finding a winner.

Naturally, this makes moneyline bets rather simple to understand conceptually. There’s really nothing to it — pick a team, and if that team wins, you win.

However, for all their simplicity, moneyline bets do have a few gotchas to look out for. The first of these is the odds system in use at your favorite sportsbook. This can make it difficult to compare odds, especially if you’re new to betting on our 2024 Copa America predictions and odds.

Understanding Copa America Moneyline Odds 

As we mentioned, different odds systems are in use in different regions of the world. This can make comparing 2024 Copa America odds difficult at first. But, once you get your head around them, most odds systems are pretty easy to understand.

To give one of the most popular examples, the moneyline bet system expresses odds as a pair of positive and negative numbers. The negative number will line up with the favorite to win that match according to the sportsbook’s odds, while the positive number will be given to the underdog team for that match.

As for how these work in practice, let’s imagine placing a bet on a Brazil vs Venezuela match. When you head to your favorite Copa America sportsbook, you find the odds of -125 for Brazil and +175 for Venezuela. How this works out is as follows:

  • If you bet on Brazil, you stand to win $100 for every $125 that you wager. Or, in other words, you’ll win $0.80 for every $1 you bet. For example, let’s say you bet $50 on Brazil and they win; your total payout will be $90, giving you a win of $40.
  • If you backed Venezuela at +175 and they win, your sportsbook will owe you $175 for every $100 you bet on Venezuela. Or, $1.75 for every dollar you bet. For example, if you bet $50 on Venezuela, your total payout will be $137.50, giving you a total win of $87.50.
When to Place Moneyline Bets on Our Copa America Odds Predictions

The best time to place moneyline bets on our 2024 Copa America odds and predictions is when our soccer analysts give you a clear, unambiguous winner for the game. If there’s no clear winner (for example, the prediction calls for a draw), then you’re better off placing a different sort of bet.

As for the downsides of a moneyline bet, that would be that it can be a little riskier than other Copa America betting options. For example, a moneyline bet is a true winner-takes-all bet. But if the game ends in a draw, you might have been better with a double chance bet. 

Of course, for every downside, there’s an upside. Here, the upside is that the more you risk, the more you stand to win. So if you want to win big, moneyline bets are the way to go.

Copa America Point Spread Bets

Using our 2024 Copa America predictions to place points spread bets is a great way to add a little twist to your betting.

As we said before, point spread bets are a lot like moneyline bets with a twist. The twist is that the odds-on favorite at the sportsbook will have to win by a certain number of goals — the point spread — otherwise, for the purpose of the bet, the underdog team will be declared the winner.

Naturally, when compared to a moneyline bet, the odds on a point spread bet will be different. The “favorite” will pay out more owing to the extra goals it needs to win, while the “underdog” will pay out less — that’s the handicapping effect in action.

How Copa America Point Spread Bets Work

Let’s say there’s an upcoming Argentina vs Uruguay match. Usually, Argentina would be the clear favorite to win here. However, to make things more interesting, maybe your sportsbook is offering a point spread bet on the match, giving Uruguay a 2-goal handicap. In this case, if you bet on Argentina, Argentina will have to win by a minimum of 2 goals for your bet to be a winner. And if you bet on Uruguay, you win, even if Uruguay loses — so long as Uruguay keeps the deficit to one goal.

When to Use Copa America Point Spread Bets

When browsing our 2024 Copa America predictions, the best time to go all in on a point spread bet is when our analysts give a score prediction showing a big winning margin for the favorite team. This is because, compared to a straight moneyline bet, the payout will be much better if the favorite can win by the point spread.

On the other hand, another great moment ot place a Copa America point spread bet is when the sportsbooks are offering a big handicap, but our 2024 Copa America score predictions call for a close game. In this case, your best bet is to back the underdog team, as all they need to do is keep the goal deficit to a minimum, and you’ll win.

Over/Under Bets Using Our 2024 Copa America Score Predictions

Now we get to the more interesting bet types, starting with the classic Copa America over/under bet. These are a great way to bet on a game without having to commit to any particular team.

What you do instead is use our 2024 Copa America score predictions to work out how many goals will be scored in a game. And once you have this figure in hand, you head to your favorite sportsbook and see what over/under bets they’re offering.

How Over/Under Bets Work

To give an example of how an over/under bet work, imagine there’s a Peru vs Bolivia game where our score predictions call for a 2-2 draw. You now know there should be four goals scored in this game. Now let’s say you head to your favorite sportsbook and they’re offering an over/under on the basis of there being 2.5 goals scored in the game. 

In this case, you’d place an “over” bet. And, if you placed this bet, you’d win so long as the two teams’ combined score is over 2.5. It doesn’t matter if the final score is 2-2, 2-1, or even a 0-4 steamrolling — if there are more than 2.5 goals scored in the game, you win.

When to Use Our Copa America Score Predictions to Place Over/Under Bets

As we already mentioned, the best time to drop an over/under bet is when our score predictions have a clear difference with the “target” number of goals offered by your favorite sportsbook for a corresponding over/under bet.

Copa America Double Chance Bets

Double chance bets are are a great way to still have fun and profit from a game when the score prediction is slightly unclear. Basically, a double chance bet lets you have the best of two out of three possible worlds. In other words, each game has three possible outcomes. With a double chance bet, you get to pick two of them and still win.

How Copa America Double Chance Bets Work

Copa America double chance bets are a little moneyline bet, apart from the fact that you’re not committed to a single winner. What you get instead is a chance to win by picking two of the three outcomes.

For example, let’s say there’s a too-close-to-call Argentina vs Brazil match, with Argentina the slight favorite. You could hedge your bets by betting on both Argentina and a draw. That way, you double your chances to win — hence the name double chance bet.

When to Copa America Double Chance Bets

Sometimes, our score predictions will give two possible outcomes — a winning team, or a draw. When you see this, this is your cue to place a double chance bet.

Copa America Prop Bets

Prop bets are one of the more fun ways to bet on an Copa America game. These bets, like we said before, let you bet on a variety of events and outcomes, such as the first player to score.

There are of course many other prop bets available, so be sure to check your sportsbook for what prop bets are on offer. And be sure to do this throughout the game — sometimes, these are updated in real time.

How Prop Bets Work

How a prop bet works will ultimately depend on what precise event/outcome you’re betting on. However, at a fundamental level, all prop bets will work on the basis of something either happening or not happening.

For example, let’s say you place a prop bet on Brazil to score the first goal of a game. If Brazil scores first, you win. If they don’t, you don’t. Simple as that.

When to Place Copa America Bets

As our Copa America odds & predictions tend to focus on picking the winners and losers of a game, you’re mostly on your own when it comes to prop bets.

With that said, there may be the odd occasion you’ll see something pop up in our score predictions that matches up with a good prop bet. For example, let’s say you see a score prediction of 3-0. In this case, it’s a pretty safe bet that the first team to score will be the one who’s backed to win.

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