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With Brazil's defeat against Colombia, the 2015 Copa America has gotten a new impulse, with Argentina now the clear favourites for the title. Their only remaining group stage match is against Jamaica, a team that might be playing with a lot of attitude, but which is nonetheless doesn't have enough equality to challenge the likes of Messi or Aguero. Those who fancy the Argentines to win the trophy can back them at 2.50 @ Bet365.

Interestingly, Lionel Messi is also still priced as the main favourite for the top goalscorer, currently being offered at 4.33 @ Bet365, despite him scoring only a single goal so far. Arturo Vidal, who has already scored three and who should also get through to the play-offs without any difficulties, can be backed at 4.50 to top the scoring @ Bet365. Granted, Messi still has the match against Jamaica in which he is highly-fancied to score a couple, but, at the same time, Vidal also has a match against Bolivia in which he could certainly score a goal or two as well.

Those of you who still trust Brazil despite that slightly shocking loss against Colombia can back the 2007 champions at 6.00 with Unibet. The 2011 champions, Uruguay, could still have their say with a winnable match against Paraguay coming up, so the 21.00 that's on offer for them at BetVictor could hold some value if you're looking for a big price to back. Although they were able to score just a lone goal against Jamaica, they put in a good performance against Argentina, so one certainly shouldn't underestimate their chances, especially since they would avoid that very team in the first round of the play-offs.

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