Brazil vs Argentina (By: PlayMaker)
Football fans are holding their breath waiting for the clash between two giants of South American football in the Copa America semi-finals this year. For a long time, Brazil and Argentina have been regarded as "super classico" at their level. Even at the current stage, when these two countries' football backgrounds have deteriorated, they are still really attractive names thanks to the outstanding stars in the squad.
Before entering the tournament, Brazil and Argentina are also the teams that are ranked as candidates No. 1 and 2 for the Copa America champion this time. Brazil is the team with the best performance in the World Cup arena, but in Copa America, Selecao is only ranked third in the number of championships, less than Uruguay and the "rival" Argentina. Both teams are very eager to win the throne at this conference.
Brazil wants to prove to the fans that they are still the number 1, and for Argentina, this is an opportunity for Messi to get a noble title with his national team, which the star of the Barca is still hungry. Despite being highly rated and possessing outstanding star staging, from the beginning of the tournament, both Brazil and Argentina faced certain difficulties.
Meeting in the semi-finals this year, it is understandable that Brazil is appreciated. They played on home turf, where Selecao often achieved positive results in recent visits to Argentina. In addition, in the latest encounters between the two sides in the official arenas like Copa America or World Cup qualifiers, Selecao is outplaying against Albiceleste.
In many ways, Brazil seems to be preferred over this match. They have a home advantage, owning a squad that is thought to be evenly spread across all three routes over Argentina. But Brazil often faces a lot of difficulties when the opponent plays the majority defense. Argentina probably does not want to use such a play, but looking at the current correlation, coach Scaloni understands that his squad is difficult to play attack against the host.
Tite's Brazil does not have many internal problems like Argentina, but it is clear that the current Selecao fans does not see the mutation in the processing phases. The fact is undeniable that the lack of Neymar, Brazil lost a factor that could create unexpected situations. The struggles against Venezuela in the group stage or against Paraguay in the quarterfinals accurately portrayed Brazil's deadlock.
Argentina, despite many difficulties in the first few matches, seems to be playing as a team under the coach Scaloni, finding a more reasonable solution for Albiceleste. The victory with the same 2-0 score against Qatar and Venezuela shows that Argentina has become much more pragmatic and progressive. Before a Brazilian is not too booming, Messi and his teammates will continue to bring joy to investors as in the last 2 matches.
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Brazil vs Argentina betting preview represents the personal opinion of the author (PlayMaker).