Argentina vs. Canada Preview: Predictions, Odds, and Match Time for 2024 Copa America, June 20 – Insights from Leading Soccer Analyst

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Copa America 2024 kicks off on Thursday with Lionel Messi’s Argentina facing Canada in a Group A clash at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Argentina, crowned World Cup champions in 2022 and boasting 15 Copa America titles, enter the tournament following an unbeaten run in Copa America 2021 where they scored 12 goals and conceded just 3. On the other hand, Canada makes its debut in Copa America as part of preparations for jointly hosting the 2026 World Cup with the United States and Mexico.

Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET. Argentina is heavily favored at -360 (risk $360 to win $100), while Canada stands as significant underdogs at +1100. A draw is priced at +470, with the over/under set at 2.5 goals. For expert insights and Copa America 2024 predictions, consult SportsLine soccer analyst Brandt Sutton.

Sutton, a former collegiate soccer player and SportsLine’s top soccer editor since 2017, meticulously analyzes managerial strategies, projected lineups, and historical performances to provide well-informed predictions. His track record includes a strong showing in the Champions League and consistent success in soccer predictions since the 2022 World Cup.

Visit SportsLine for Sutton’s in-depth analysis and picks for Argentina vs. Canada in Copa America 2024. Here are the key betting lines and trends:

  • Over/Under: 2.5 goals
  • Money Line: Argentina -360, Draw +470, Canada +1100
  • ARG: Scored 11 goals and conceded 2 in their last four friendly matches
  • CAN: Kept clean sheets in two of their last three matches across all competitions

Why Back Argentina

Argentina has dominated recent international football, clinching Copa America 2021 and the 2022 World Cup. With Lionel Messi leading the charge, the team showcases depth and experience, with 20 players having over 20 national team appearances.

Why Back Canada

Canada features offensive threats like Cyle Larin and Jonathan David, capable of challenging Argentina’s defense. Larin has been prolific, scoring consistently for both Canada and Mallorca in La Liga, while David continues to impress with Lille in Ligue 1.

For detailed Argentina vs. Canada picks and insights, including a prop involving Messi, visit SportsLine where Sutton provides comprehensive analysis of this Copa America showdown.

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