Who will be crowned the best international side in South America?
The 2019 Copa America gets under way on Friday night as hosts Brazil take on Bolivia in Sao Paulo.
They will, though, be without superstar Neymar who suffered an injury in the build-up to the tournament.
Chile won the last two editions of the competition in 2015 and 2016, beating Argentina on penalties both times with each final ending 0-0 despite an array of attacking talent, including Lionel Messi, on the pitch.
Can Alexis Sanchez and his team-mates make it three in a row or will another team, perhaps even a wildcard, claim victory?
talkSPORT.com has input the latest data into its trusty Super Computer and have had the results delivered.
You can see who qualify from each group below and the how the knockout stages will pan out.
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*Ecuador and Paraguay qualify as the two best third-placed teams
Brazil 3-1 Ecuador
Venezuela 2-3 Argentina
Colombia 2-1 Chile
Uruguay 1-1 Paraguay – Uruguay win on penalties
Brazil 2-2 Argentina – Argentina win on penalties
Colombia 2-1 Uruguay
Argentina 3-2 Colombia