COPA AMERICA was billed as a four-team shootout between hosts Chile and big guns Argentina, Brazil and Colombia.
It's proved anything but so far with all of those sides surprisingly shedding points.
After two games none of the 12 sides have maximum points and that's made it tough for punters.
Outright favourites Argentina blew a 2-0 lead to draw with Paraguay, Brazil lost to a Colombia side who had crashed to Venezuela in their opener.
And Chile were held 3-3 by a second-string Mexico side despite two goals from Arturo Vidal. After that game Vidal pranged his Ferrari after having a drink in a casino but has escaped jail and was back in the team for the match with Bolivia.
Neymar hasn't been so lucky and Brazil's star striker is out of the tournament after being handed a four-match ban although his nation could appeal.
Meanwhile, Argentina should give punters a break tonight when they face guest entrants Jamaica. Argentina beat the Caribbean nation 5-1 last time out and should win well to clinch their place in the last eight.
That's my best bet for the game with your stake being returned if Argentina win by two. Jamaica haven't netted in this tournament and despite Argentina's defensive lapses against Paraguay I'm on the favourites to win to nil at 7-10 with McBookie.
Paraguay were gifted their goals in the opener then struggled to a 1-0 defeat against Jamaica.
Tomorrow Brazil will have to manage without Neymar against Venezuela and it's a massive blow to the samba stars who rely so much on the Barcelona star. They should still win and are 1-2 with William Hill and Ladbrokes to do so.
In Neymar's absence consider Hoffenheim striker Roberto Firmino, set for a move to Man United, to score first at 5-1 with bet365.
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