A rallying Paraguay produced the first shock of the 2015 Copa America when coming from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Argentina.
Nelson Valdez’s last-minute equaliser meant that bwin’s offer for the tournament’s Saturday fixtures – Argentina and Uruguay to win with over 4.5 goals scored across both games – didn’t come in, but the same deal applies for those fixtures taking place today and there’s a far greater probability that this one will land.
Should Brazil and Colombia, two of the strongest sides in the competition, beat Peru and Venezuela, two of the worst, with at least five goals registered in total, those who back the outcome will be rewarded with an 11/4 payday.
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Brazil, for instance, have won every game since their World Cup third/fourth-place play-off loss to the Netherlands whereas Colombia have won all their games since last summer barring the first.
When they aren’t playing the likes of Qatar or Guatemala, Peru are reliable losers, having prevailed in just two of their last six outings, while Venezuela have been on the wrong end of results against Jamaica and Bolivia of late.
Victories for the sides we’re backing appear mere formalities, but what about the chances of goals?
Venezuela’s games tend to be loaded with net rustling; of their last eight, half have yielded at least four strikes, while all bar one has crossed the 2.5-goal line.
Since losing to Brazil last September, their opponents Colombia have notched 17 in seven games, so expect Radamel Falcao and co to take advantage of the shortcomings of the Venezuelan defence.
There have been at least three registered in half of Peru’s last half-dozen fixtures too, as many as they shipped the last time they faced the Canarinho, who have scored multiple goals in all bar two of their last seven.
Five goals is an easily breached benchmark across two games, especially with such fearsome frontlines vying to score them, so don’t miss out on this fantastic profit-spinning opportunity with the boys in black and gold.