The United States begins its 2016 Copa America campaign Friday night at Levi’s Stadium against a talented Colombia team led by Real Madrid star James Rodriguez.
The U.S. didn’t qualify for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, so this is the men’s soccer team’s marquee tournament for the rest of the year.
Team USA is hosting the tournament, and expectations for the Red, White and Blue are high. Despite the loss of talented forward Jozy Altidore because of injury, the Americans are expected by a lot of fans and pundits to reach the quarterfinal or semifinal stage.
They are drawn into a tough group, however, which will test Jurgen Klinsmann’s players right away.
Here are the latest odds for the opening game of Group A from Bovada, via Oddsshark.
USA moneyline: +170
Colombia moneyline: +175
OVER 2 goals: -145
UNDER 2 goals: +120
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