Colombia National Team debut against Paraguay: IA predicts score in debut in Copa América | Copa America 2024

Colombia National Team debut against Paraguay: IA predicts score in debut in Copa América | Copa America 2024
Colombia National Team debut against Paraguay: IA predicts score in debut in Copa América | Copa America 2024

There are only a few hours left until day D, in group D: the Colombian National Team will debut in the Copa América 2024 against Paraguay, an expected duel that will be Néstor Lorenzo’s first opportunity to win a title.

After being undefeated in 20 games, two years practically without a single defeat, a team comes onto the scene that, with James, Luis Díaz and Jhon Arias, among others, has already learned to put itself as the favorite.

“You have to be excited, you have to always have that expectation, high motivation, a mentality of wanting to compete with all the teams, which are very good. You have to enjoy the moment, with the responsibility of facing each game, yes, but enjoy every moment, make it unforgettable for the Colombian people,” said Álvaro Montero, substitute goalkeeper in this successful process that hopes to be crowned with the second continental title for the country, from North American territory.

More cautious and focused on how Carlos Cuesta has been seen, focused on not losing perspective ahead of time: “In many games we have prioritized going out playing short and in others when we see that the opponent is ahead and we have the possibility of We do go long, there are variants. We don’t have a single chance to play, so we have several options,” he said.

This is how AI sees it

The verdict of Artificial Intelligence (AI), beyond the cautious and also the optimistic, is based on the performance, background and moment of Lorenzo’s team.

And that is the reason why the tricolor team is the great favorite, because in addition to the great streak without defeats (almost two years without knowing defeat) it has more players in the most important leagues in the world, with better scoring statistics and a more noticeable defensive solidity.

Therefore, when using different simulators, the common denominator is a victory for Colombia. Even the most possible score would be 2-1.

Will the logic work? It is advisable not to get overconfident, as Cuesta requested, and not want to play the game in Miami (host of the final) before the game in Houston, this Monday. One step at a time.

 
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