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COPA AMERICA

Copa América: 11 stars to watch in Brazil

Lionel Messi (Argentina)

Runner up in the last two editions of the tournament, Messi hopes to bring years of disappointment with Argentina to an end this time around.

Photo: PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU AFP

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James Rodriguez (Colombia)

James arrives in Brazil with his future up in the air. He is set to return to Real Madrid after a two-year loan spell with Bayern, but is expected to be one of several players shown the exit door by Zinedine Zidane this summer. The star of Colombia will look to put in a stellar performance in Brazil to perhaps change the French coach's mind.

Photo: Ernesto Arias EFE

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Philippe Coutinho (Brazil)

Coutinho firmly put his poor season with Barcelona behind him in Brazil's opening game against Bolivia, scoring two goals in the 3-0 win.

Photo: UESLEI MARCELINO REUTERS

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Paolo Guerrero (Peru)

Top scorer in the Copa America in 2011 and 2015, Guerrero will hope to find the goals again to help Peru come out of Group A with hosts Brazil.

Photo: EVARISTO SA AFP

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Salomón Rondón (Venezuela)

Salomón Rondón comes into the tournamet after an impressive season with Newcastle. He is one of the few veterans that remain in a fresh and rejuventated Venezuelan side.

Photo: Trevor Ruszkowski USA TODAY Sports

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Luis Suarez (Uruguay)

After Champions League and Copa del Rey disappointment with Barcelona, Suarez will be looking to put in a good showing with Uruguay, who are third favourites to clinch the trophy after Brazil and Argentina.

Photo: PEDRO UGARTE AFP

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Angel Mena (Ecuador)

Mena had a memeroble season with Leon in Liga MX and is one of Ecuador's main threats along with Ayrton Preciado.

Photo: DOUGLAS MAGNO AFP

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Marcelo Moreno (Bolivia)

Marcelo Martins Moreno plies his trade in China and is Bolivia's most dangerous player. He began his career in the lower tiers of Brazilian football.

Photo: Victor Caivano AP

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Gustavo Gómez (Paraguay)

Paraguay's Gustavo Gomez is a solid defender who is powerful in the air. He played a key role in Brazilian club Palmeiras' Serie A title win.

Photo: NORBERTO DUARTE AFP

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Arturo Vidal (Chile)

Arturo Vidal finished the season as a regular in Ernesto Valverde's Barcelona side and will be expected to lead Chile to the top of Group C.

Photo: Javier Valdes Larrondo EFE

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Almoez Ali (Qatar).

Qatar come into the Copa Amércia after winning the Asian Cup, in which Almoez Ali was the top scorer. The Gulf nation find themselves in a tricky group with Argentina and Colombia but will hope Ali can at least give them a goals to celebrate in Brazil.

Photo: Buda Mendes Getty Images

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