2021 Copa America Outright Tips - Brazil and Neymar to Shine
- 2021 Copa America gets underway in Brazil on Sunday
- Our outright betting tips feature the tournament winner and top goalscorer
- Brazil won on home soil in 2019
- Neymar has scored 66 goals in his last 105 internationals
Neymar and Brazil backed to shine at the 2021 Copa America (Getty Images)
The 2021 Copa America starts on Friday with Brazil taking on Venezuela in Brasilia.
Brazil are the defending chanpions and with the tournament is being played in Brazil, they have a big advantage. Neymar is one of the best players in the world and will get plenty of opportunities to score and add to his 105 international goals.
Brazil have an incredibly strong squad with depth in every position. Alisson and Ederson are two high quality goalkeepers with former PSG duo Thiago Silva and Marquinhos in central defence.
Casemiro, Fabinho and Fred are the holding midfield options and the attack includes Neymar, Roberto Firmino, Gabriel Jesus, Richarlison, Everton, Gabriel Barbosa and Vinícius Júnior.
Brazil are the favourites to win the 2021 Copa America and deservedly so. Seleção have won the tournament on home soil in 2019 and have won five of the last nine titles.
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Brazil have been placed in the North Zone Group alongside Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. They should have little difficulty winning the group, reaching the final and lifting the trophy in Rio de Janeiro.
Neymar has scored 66 goals in 105 internationals. The Brazilian forward is as selfish as it gets on the football field which means he takes plenty of shots, free kicks and penalties.
The 29-year-old has scored five goals in his last three matches for Brazil which includes a hat-trick against Peru in the World Cup qualifiers.
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Lionel Messi is priced the same as Neymar in the top goalscorer market but it makes sense to stick with the Brazilian in his home nation.