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Chile and Argentina are two worthy finalists, but there is one favourite

The ESPN FC panel debate whether a win over Chile in the Copa America Final will finally dub Lionel Messi the best ever.

BUENOS AIRES -- The Copa America 2015 final will be contested by two teams that clearly stand out above the rest: Chile, the hosts and the tournament's top scorers, and Argentina, who have created the most goal-scoring opportunities.

This is no coincidence, and it's good for soccer that both teams have an attacking style of play. Each side has its own script -- one more frenetic and direct and the other slower and more intricate -- but both are completely focused on the opposition goal.

Of course,...

Chile's Estadio Nacional Gate 8 sector a reminder of past and future

The Gate 8 sector of Estadio Nacional is left empty in memory of the estimated 20,000 people held in the stadium following a 1973 military coup in Chile.

SANTIAGO, Chile -- Tune in to Saturday's Copa America final, and you might see it, probably during a wide shot. It's the empty sector of the Estadio Nacional, Gate 8, bathed in a dirty yellow glow and sticking out like the missing piece in a puzzle amidst the raucous Chile fans.

Painted on the back wall is the warning this nation has chosen to heed.

"Un pueblo sin memoria es un pueblo sin futuro" -- A people without memory are a people without a future.

If the home crowd behind Gate 8 unfurls...

Enormity of final hangs over under-pressure Chile

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti is leaning slightly towards Chile in the Copa America final, but Tommy Smyth still believes Argentina are the clear favourites.

Ahead of the biggest game in the country's history, Chile manager Jorge Sampaoli was dwelling on the small details. The meticulousness of his mindset was revealed in one of his side's last training sessions before the Copa America final against Argentina, when he first put left-sided midfielder Jean Beausejour close to the defence, only to then move him forward a few metres. Sampaoli has spent the past three days endlessly tinkering with his formation, as he is said to have become "obsessed" with...