The Copa America has opened up after Uruguay knocked host nation Argentina out on penalties in the quarter-final stage and Chile and Venezuela will now both fancy their chances of making it into the final of the competition.
Tonight sees the teams come together to play for a place in the semi-finals of the tournament and the football betting odds have seen Chile installed as the pre-match favourites.
They are deservedly so, after breezing through the group stages of the competition with two wins and a draw in their three matches, qualifying ahead of Uruguay in Group C.
Venezuela on the other hand made it into the knock-out stages as a result of some fine defensive performance that saw them keep clean sheets against Brazil and Ecuador.
Goals appeared to be a problem for the unfancied team before their final group match, which they drew 3-3 with Paraguay to confirm a place in the last eight.
Chile have been priced at 31/50 in the football betting odds but perhaps the value lies in Venezuela pulling off a shock result and progressing to the next stage.
They are on offer at a large and tempting 17/4, meaning those who choose to stake £20 on the outcome at bwin.com will receive returns of over £100 if they are right with their prediction.
All eyes are likely to be on the Chile winger Alexis Sanchez, who has boosted his burgeoning reputation with a series of impressive performances in the Copa America.
The Udinese player is set for a move away this summer and all the top European teams have been showing an interest with Barcelona appearing to be the favourites to sign him, despite interest from both Manchester United and Manchester City.
He is therefore placed at 5/1 in the sports betting odds to net the first goal of the game, which means those who stake £20 at bwin.com will get a return of £120 if he does open the scoring.
But Venezuela’s Miku (9/1) and Carlos Maldonado (8/1) could also be attractive picks.
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