2021 Copa America Matches to Wager On the Weekend: Peru vs Venezuela, Ecuador vs Brazil

2021 Copa America Matches to Wager On the Weekend: Peru vs Venezuela, Ecuador vs Brazil

Four teams in Group B at the 2021 Copa America are in action on Sunday. Peru takes on Venezuela while Brazil battles Ecuador. Brazil, which FIFA ranks third in the world, already has 9 points. The Brazilians for sure will win the group. But Peru, Ecuador, and Venezuela are fighting for the spoils. Check out Copa America odds and free picks for Peru versus Venezuela and Ecuador versus Brazil. 

2021 Copa America Matches to Must Bet On June 25th

Top 2021 Copa America Matches for the Weekend

  • When: Sunday, June 27

Peru +120 vs Venezuela +225

  • When: Sunday, June 27

After 3 matches, Peru has 4 points and Venezuela has 2. But contrary to what many soccer handicappers might believe, Venezuela has played tough. After an 0-3 loss to Brazil, Venezuela forced a 0-0 draw with Colombia. In their third Copa match, the underdog in this drew 2-2 with Ecuador.

Like Venezuela, Peru picked themselves off the pitch after a Brazilian beat down. Brazil beat Peru 4-0 on June 17. The Peruvians bounced back with a 2-1 victory against Colombia and a 2-2 draw with Ecuador. 

Both teams have a shot in this match. Usually when both teams have a chance, we side with the one offering the better odds. But even though both teams have a chance, it doesn’t mean that one team isn’t a better play than the other.

Peru will likely push the ball forward more than Venezuela. The gives the Peruvians more of a chance to win the match. Also, the odds on Peru are more than fair. 

Soccer Pick: Peru  

Ecuador +1 ½ (+100) vs Brazil -1 ½ (-133)

  • When: Sunday, June 27

With 2 points after 3 matches, Ecuador must pick it up if they hope to make it to the Copa America’s next round. In their first Copa match on June 13, Ecuador couldn’t get past, or secure a draw against, Columbia. The Colombians beat the Ecuadorians 2-1.

Ecuador’s second match ended in a 2-2 draw with Venezuela. Then in their third match, the Ecuadorians drew again, this time with Peru in another 2-2 contest. 

Richarlison and Neymar each scored a goal in the last head-to-head. The match was a FIFA World Cup Qualifying event, which means both teams had something to play for. Brazil blanked Ecuador 2-0.

But just because the Brazilians beat their rivals by 2 goals in the last head-to-head, it doesn’t mean history will repeat itself Ecuador has forced draws in their last two matches. 

They won’t beat Brazil, and they won’t even force a draw, but the Ecuadorians have a big shot of losing by 1 goal instead of 2. Ecuador on the handicap is the play.

Soccer Pick: Ecuador


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