Canada vs Chile prediction 30.06.2024 | Copa America

Canada

Canada

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Half time: 0 - 0

Full time: 0 - 0

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Chile

Chile

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3.18

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3.31

2

2.42

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  • Competition: Copa America
  • Date: 30th June 2024
  • Kickoff: 01:00 UTC +1 / 02:00 CEST 
  • Venue: Inter & Co Stadium

Chile will be looking to register what will be their first win in the 2024 Copa America tournament when they face Canada in Orlando on Sunday.

The Canadians have not had issues with reaching the knockout stages in the Copa América in recent years, and they look set to do it again this year. Jesse Marsch’s side sit second in group A after their win over Peru last time out, with a point against Chile this Sunday all that is needed to see them reach the round of 16 for the fifth straight time.

Chile meanwhile were champions in two of their last four appearances in the Copa America. The Red One started the 2024 edition with a goalless draw with Peru where they had 65% of the ball and eleven shots. They couldn’t repeat that against Leonel Messi and Argentina last time out as the nation suffered a 1-0 defeat. However, qualification to the knockout rounds is still very much within reach for Ricardo Gareca’s side.

Canada vs Chile Betting Tips: Under 2.5 goals

When it comes to the games of Canada and Chile so far at this tournament, the absence of goals has been the major headlines. All two games of the Chileans ended with just one goal, and we saw similar results the last time they came to this tournament.

Canada have been very solid defensively lately. The Canadians boast two clean sheets from their last three games and given that one of those games came against France, it won’t be a surprise if Jesse Marsch’s men finish Sunday’s game without conceding.

  • Best Tip: Under 2.5 goals
  • Canada vs Chile prediction: 0-0

Canada

Canada team news

Canada national soccer team boss Jesse Marsch made four substitutions at half-time in the win over Peru at the Children's Mercy Park last time out.

Having provided the assist for the winner in that game, one of the substitutes’ Jacob Shaffelburg will be pushing for a start against Chile this weekend.

Last matches of Canada

  1. Argentina

    2 : 0

    Canada

    Copa America

  2. France

    0 : 0

    Canada

    Friendly International

  3. Netherlands

    4 : 0

    Canada

    Friendly International

  4. Canada

    2 : 3

    Jamaica

    CONCACAF Nations League

  5. Jamaica

    1 : 2

    Canada

    CONCACAF Nations League

Canada lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 16

    Maxime Crépeau

Defenders

  • 22

    Richie Laryea

  • 13

    Derek Cornelius

  • 15

    Moïse Bombito

  • 2

    Alistair Johnston

Midfielders

  • 7

    Stephen Eustáquio

  • 10

    Jonathan David

  • 14

    Jacob Shaffelburg

Forwards

  • 19

    Alphonso Davies

  • 9

    Cyle Larin

  • 23

    Liam Millar

Chile

Chile team news

Chile will continue to rely on the services of their all-time most capped player and top scorer Alexis Sánchez.

The 35-year-old has started all two games played so far and should retain his number 10 role on Sunday against the Canadians.

Eduardo Vargas will continue to lead the line, while the likes of Rodrigo Echeverría and Esteban Pavez are pushing for starts in defence and midfield, respectively.

Last matches of Chile

  1. Chile

    0 : 1

    Argentina

    Copa America

  2. Peru

    0 : 0

    Chile

    Copa America

  3. Chile

    3 : 0

    Paraguay

    Friendly International

  4. France

    3 : 2

    Chile

    Friendly International

  5. Albania

    0 : 3

    Chile

    Friendly International

Chile lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 1

    Claudio Bravo

Defenders

  • 4

    Mauricio Isla

  • 16

    Igor Lichnovsky

  • 5

    Paulo Díaz

  • 2

    Gabriel Suazo

Midfielders

  • 13

    Erick Pulgar

  • 10

    Alexis Sánchez

  • 18

    Rodrigo Echeverría

Forwards

  • 8

    Darío Osorio

  • 11

    Eduardo Vargas

  • 9

    Víctor Dávila

Three reasons we expect under 2.5 goals in this game

  1. Each of the last seven games of Chile in the Copa America ended with Under 2.5 goals.
  2. Bets on Under 2.5 goals were won in the two games of Canada at this tournament so far.
  3. Canada conceded just two goals in their last six matches in the Copa America.

Main prediction Canada - Chile

Under 2.5 goals

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58% winrate

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1 wins in a row

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Canada vs Chile - FAQ

? Where to watch?

You can watch Sunday’s Copa America clash between Canada and Chile on Sofascore.

? What’s the average number of corner kicks Canada have won per game so far at this tournament?

2.50

? What’s the average number of yellow cards Chile have received in their two games so far?

2.50