After being held to a draw by Peru in their opening game, Oscar Tabarez’s Uruguay side will be desperate to beat Chile and keep their Copa America dreams alive.
However, despite only losing one of their last five games, the Charruas are seen as slight outsiders against Claudio Borghi’s La Roja.
bwin prices Uruguay at 3/2 to secure the win they need, while Chile are slight favourites at 9/5 and the draw is available at 21/10.
While Argentina and Brazil regularly grab the Copa America headlines, this game is sure to attract the attention of football followers all over the world, due to the talent on display.
Liverpool forward Luis Suarez will be looking to put together some impressive displays ahead of the forthcoming Premier League season, while Atletico Madrid striker Diego Forlan, who is regularly linked with a return to England, could use the match as a platform to put himself in the proverbial shop window.
However, the majority of attention is likely to on Chile attacker Alexis Sanchez, who has emerged as one of the most sought-after players of the summer.
The Udinese star is reportedly wanted by both Manchester City and Manchester United, with La Liga giants Barcelona also listed as potential suitors.
One thing is for sure though, and that is that if this game is to produce a high number of goals, these are the players likely to convert the chances.
Suarez is among the favourites to score the first goal of the game at 4/1, with Forlan also considered a threat and priced at the same odds to achieve the feat.
Sanchez meanwhile offers slightly better odds of 5/1 and among a host of potential goal threats for Chile.
Esteban Poredes and Arturo Vidal, who helped Chile secure a 2-1 victory over Gold Cup winners Mexico last time out, are priced at 9/1 and 25/1 to break the deadlock, while Humberto Suazo has also been identified as one to watch with odds of 9/2 available on him finding the back of the net first.
Football betting enthusiasts could also be tempted to back a final score in the game and should take note that three of the last five ties between the sides have ended in a draw.
As such the 8/5, 13/2 and 50/1 odds on a score of 0-0, 1-1 and 2-2 respectively, could attract some of the smart money.
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