This article is part of our Copa America series.
Friday, 8:00 p.m: Peru v. Colombia
Saturday, 7:00 p.m: Argentina v. Venezuela
Saturday, 10:00 p.m: Mexico v. Chile
EXPECTED CORNER TAKERS:
PLAYERS OF INTEREST
Claudio Bravo, CHI v. MEX: The Chile-Mexico match is almost a pick 'em, and I'll go for the goalkeeper who is cheaper and won the tournament last year. Chile haven't been great, while Mexico have looked like a juggernaut, but everything changes in the knockout round and I'll side with the guy who should be lower-owned.
Mauricio Isla, CHI v. MEX: Isla has sent in 10 crosses over the last two games, adding seven tackles in the three games during the tournament. There aren't many high-upside defenders on the slate, but plenty of attacking players, so it's probably best to save as much as possible at this position.
Nicolas Otamendi, ARG v. VEN: Argentina have the highest clean sheet odds and Otamendi has made himself a real asset on set pieces. Depending on a goal from a centerback is hardly prudent, but with a potential three-point shutout bonus, he's worth the salary savings.
Yoshimar Yotun, PER v. COL: The clean sheet bonus is highly unlikely, and there's also no guarantee that Yotun will start. However, he provides a low cost fullback if he does get the nod, and