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2021 Copa America lines, odds: Soccer expert has three picks for the matches on Sunday, June 13

SportsLine and CBS Sports expert Tom Fornelli has returned 4.2 percent in profit on his Early Edge picks and has three best bets for the opening day of Copa America in Brazil
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Copa America kicks off on Sunday in Brazil with two matches: Brazil vs. Venezuela and Colombia vs. Ecuador. Brazil is a -1300 favorite in the Brazil vs. Venezuela odds from William Hill Sportsbook while Venezuela is a +5500 underdog. In the other match, Colombia is a -112 favorite in the Colombia vs. Ecuador odds while Ecuador is a +360 underdog.

Before you bet either match or make any Copa America picks, you must see what soccer expert Tom Fornelli is saying.

Fornelli has been a CBS Sports writer since 2010 and is a consistent winner who has demonstrated his expertise in every single sport. The entertaining Fornelli often makes appearances on The Early Edge, SportsLine's daily betting podcast. He has returned 4.2 percent in profit on his Early Edge picks, including a hot Champions League semifinal round in which he nailed both winners and a +320 prop that cashed big for anyone tailing his picks.

Now, Fornelli has his sights set on Copa America and has identified three best bets for Sunday's opening matches. One of the picks Fornelli loves is Brazil to score Over 1.5 goals (-400) against Venezuela.

He also has two other picks, including one on the total of the Colombia-Ecuador match! You ABSOLUTELY need to see it before locking in any 2021 Copa America picks of your own.

So what total should you play in the Colombia-Ecuador match? And what other Copa America picks do you need to make on Sunday? ... Join SportsLine right now to find out which picks you should be all over on Sunday, all from the soccer expert that has returned 4.2 percent in profit on his Early Edge picks!

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