Canada vs Chile prediction, odds & betting tips 30/06/2024

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Under 2.5 total goals

Four of the previous five Canada's games in all competitions have gone under 2.5 total goals

Canada and Chile will meet in the final round of group stages at Copa America 2024 on Sunday, 30 June.

With both teams in contention for the next stage, who will emerge victorious from this duel? Read our Canada vs Chile prediction below to find out and learn more about the game.

Canada vs Chile prediction: Canada to get the points

Key stats

  • We saw just one goal overall in two Chile's matches in the group.
  • Seven of the last 10 Chile's matches across the board have gone under 2.5 total goals.
  • Canada enter this game after a win over Peru.

Correct score prediction: Canada 2-0 Chile

Based on the matches we saw in this group so far, we don't expect many goals, plus we can see Canada winning since they've shown more than Chile at Copa America until now.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Bookies backing Chile to win

  • HOME: 21/10 (3.10) – 32.30%
  • DRAW: 11/5 (3.20) – 31.30%
  • AWAY: 13/10 (2.30) – 43.50%

It's clear from these Canada vs Chile odds that Chile are the expected winners, but it's not by a lot. In fact, the bookies clearly expect an interesting and close duel.

Still, Chile are the favourites, which is a bit surprising given how they've performed at Copa America so far. After all, Canada enter this match with three points, while Chile have only one point and have failed to score any goals in their first two games at the tournament.

In any case, if you enjoyed our predictions for this duel, don't forget to take a peek at our latest betting tips for today as well.

Last five H2Hs: Chile with a slight advantage

The last time these two teams have met each other was back in 1995 and overall, they've only met four times, all of which were friendly matches. Chile have won two of those games, while Canada have one win, along with one draw.

Canada preview: Close to securing the next stage

After narrowly edging out Peru in the previous round, Canada are in a good position ahead of the last round of Copa America group stages since they could even go through with a draw, as long as Peru doesn't beat Argentina. In any case, this Canada squad for Copa America is a good one and they've proven it so far, but they just need this final push to get to the quarter-finals.

Predicted lineup: Crepeau (GK), Johnston, Bombito, Miller, Laryea, Osorio, Eustaquio, Buchanan, David, Davies & Larin

Copa America 14/07/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

2 (4)

Canada

Canada

2 (3)

Copa America 10/07/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

2

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 06/07/24

W

Venezuela

Venezuela

1 (3)

Canada

Canada

1 (4)

Copa America 30/06/24

D

Chile

Chile

0

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 25/06/24

W

Peru

Peru

0

Canada

Canada

1

Chile preview: Hoping for a win for the next stage

After only managing to win one point in their first two games with Argentina and Peru, Chile now have to beat Canada to have a chance to progress and even then they might come up short if Peru beats Argentina by a greater margin. In any case, Chile haven't shown much so far, but one win could turn their Copa America campaign around.

Predicted lineup: Bravo (GK), Isla, Lichnovsky, Diaz, Suazo, Nunez, Pulgar, Osorio, Sanchez, Brereton Diaz & Vargas

Copa America 30/06/24

D

Canada

Canada

0

Chile

Chile

0

Copa America 26/06/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

1

Chile

Chile

0

Copa America 22/06/24

D

Peru

Peru

0

Chile

Chile

0

International Match 12/06/24

W

Paraguay

Paraguay

0

Chile

Chile

3

International Match 26/03/24

L

France

France

3

Chile

Chile

2

Player to watch: Jonathan David

Thanks to his goal against Peru, Canada enter the final round of the group stages at Copa America with a good chance of getting to the next stage, so Jonathan David is our player to watch in this match.

Jonathan David
Can David push Canada to the next stage? – Photo by Imago

David continuing his good form at Copa America

After a great season with Lille where he notched 26 goals in 47 matches, David proved against Peru that his form is still there. Can he do it once again in Canada's crucial duel with Chile?


Vladimir’s dreams of becoming a professional basketball player ended a long time ago, but his other dream of becoming a writer came true as he combined his love of writing and sports to become a professional content writer who covers multiple sports, including football, basketball, and tennis.