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  1. Paraguay vs Bolivia The second game in Group A at the Copa America 2021 is a 1am BST kick-off on Tuesday morning between two of the group's underdogs in Paraguay and Bolivia at the Estadio Olimpico Pedro Ludovico in Goiania. It has to be said that with just one team missing out from each group on qualification for the next phase that losing this game must be seen as unthinkable for either side if they wish to have any hope of progressing. Paraguay qualified for four straight World Cups between 1998 and 2010 in what was considered a golden period of the country. It's been a bit of a b
  2. Argentina vs Chile The action in Group A begins on Monday night at 10pm BST in the Copa America 2021 when Argentina play Chile at the Estadio Olimpico Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro. Preparations have been turbulent for the Argentines with their right to host the tournament being stripped from them after a spike in coronavirus cases but can they still get off to a winning start in Brazil against a dangerous Chilean side. Argentina come into this tournament as one of the favourites and that's even after they have been forced to relinquish home advantage. Head coach Lionel Scaloni has
  3. Spain vs Sweden The second game in Group E kicks off at 8pm BST on Monday night when one of the pre-tournament dark horses Spain take on underdogs Sweden at La Cartuja in Seville. Will it be the perfect start for the one of the host nations as they look to take a big step towards the last 16 despite being plagued by covid-19 issues or will the Scandinavians take full advantage to spring a shock? Spain might not be the force they were in the late 2000s and early 2010s but this is still a squad that possesses an abundance of talent. Head coach Luis Enrique made the bold decision of not
  4. Poland vs Slovakia Group E kicks off on Monday afternoon in the European Championship with the 5pm BST kick-off when Poland play Slovakia at the Krestovsky Stadium in St Petersburg. Many people consider Spain the favourites for this group but does that mean the 2nd automatic qualification spot is wide open? Or will we see one of these two sides step forward as main rivals for the top spot? Poland will be coming into this group feeling that they have more than enough to take one of the top two qualification spots and will be keen to begin their campaign with a win. Head coach Paulo So
  5. Scotland vs Czech Republic The Group D action continues on Monday afternoon at 2pm BST from the Hampden Park in Glasgow when Scotland will start their campaign against a Czech Republic side they are more than familiar with having played them twice in the UEFA Nations League recently. Can one of the host nations being the tournament with a win or will their opponents gain revenge after their two previous meetings? Scotland are in their first major international tournament since 1998 and they have the honour of playing that game on home turf as a selected home nation. Steve Clarke will
  6. Colombia vs Ecuador The second game in the Copa America 2021 will see Colombia play Ecuador in a 1am BST start on Monday morning at the Arena Pantanal in Cuiaba. A shift in mentality will almost have certainly taken place for the Colombians here having been stripped of their right to host the tournament and they'll face an Ecuadorian side that will now feel maybe they can take advantage of that disruption. Colombia are enduring a turbulent time at the moment. Not only has the political unrest in the country seen them have to surrender their hosting privileges for this tournament but
  7. Brazil vs Venezuela The Copa America 2021 tournament is set to kick-off on Sunday night with a 10pm BST kick-off between newly-appointed hosts Brazil and competition outsiders Venezuela at the Estadio Nacional Mane Garrincha in Brasilia. Odds weigh heavily in favour of the home side and you have to think it's going to be more a case of how many the Brazilians win by rather than if they do win or not. Brazil have been gifted an opportunity here after a tournament that was planned to take place in Colombia and Argentina was re-located due to political unrest and a spike in coronavirus
  8. This is where you will find all the previews for the Copa America 2021 Group B matches. Take a look and then share any predictions you have for these games down below!
  9. Here are the fixtures for Group A of the Copa America 2021. All previews for this group will be going in here so keep an eye out and feel free to post any predictions you have for these matches in here!
  10. The Copa America 2021 is set to start this weekend and here are the odds for the outright winner. Take a look and tell us who you think will win this year's tournament.
  11. Netherlands vs Ukraine The final game of the day on Sunday is an 8pm BST kick-off when Group C rivals Netherlands and Ukraine go face-to-face at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam. It's a game that many are seeing as a potential banana skin for the host nation but do they have enough talent within their squad to fend off an in-form visiting nation who are intent on spoiling the Dutch party? Netherlands have endured a tough time over recent years. Failure to qualify for the 2016 European Championship and the 2018 World Cup has left a footballing nation deflated. Frank De Boer is the
  12. Austria vs North Macedonia The Group C action kicks off at 5pm BST on Sunday afternoon when Austria and North Macedonia go head-to-head at the Arena Nationala in Bucharest. As the discussion above has shown, we think this group could be more open than people think. Particularly if Netherlands don't perform to their potential. Even if they do, that 2nd spot is up for grabs so victory here would be a fantastic start for either of these two sides. Austria are a side that haven't really made a huge impression on international football down the years but under head coach Franco Foda they
  13. England vs Croatia The big one for a majority of our members on this forum is coming up at 2pm BST on Sunday afternoon when Group D kicks off with England playing arguably their biggest challengers to the top spot in the group in Croatia at Wembley Stadium. Would it be too presumptuous to say that whoever wins this game should go on to win the group? Yes, it would but there's no denying that whoever loses will suddenly have a lot of pressure piled on them. England are coming into this tournament knowing that after reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup and now possessing a sq
  14. Belgium vs Russia The second game taking place in Group B at the 2020 European Championship involves one of the tournament favourites in Belgium as they start their campaign against one of the host nations of Russia in an 8pm BST kick-off on Saturday evening at the Krestovsky Stadium in St Petersburg. Will we see home advantage pay off or will the team fancied by many to go a long way get their tournament off to the perfect start? Belgium have long promised to achieve something great with this golden generation of players but it's starting to feel like maybe this is their last chance
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