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Quarterfinal, title projections for eight remaining Copa America teams

With the Copa America Centenario group stage complete, the quarterfinal bracket is set, which allows ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) to project the entire knockout stage.

Which teams are most likely to lift the trophy at MetLife Stadium on June 26?

Here's our SPI-simulated forecast of every team's advancement and title odds, including a breakdown of each quarterfinal matchup. (All rankings, stats and predictions are derived from SPI unless otherwise noted.) 

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Dunga says 'everyone saw' Ruidiaz's handball on Peru winner vs. Brazil

The ESPN FC crew discuss the controversial goal that saw Peru win Group B and eliminate Brazil from the Copa America Centenario.

Brazil manager Dunga has said that "everyone saw" that Peru's game-winning goal was a handball in his team's 1-0 Copa America defeat, while adding he did not fear being sacked as his national team's boss.

In the 75th minute, Raul Ruidiaz appeared to swat a ball crossed into the box past Brazil goalkeeper Alisson and into the goal. Brazil players protested, but after consulting with the fourth official, referee Andres Cunha allowed the goal.

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The 1-0 result eliminated Brazil from the Copa...

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Coutinho hat trick in Brazil's rout of Haiti; Ecuador draw with Peru

Coutinho celebrates the first of his three goals against Haiti on Wednesday.
Philippe Coutinho scored three as Brazil strolled past Haiti in Orlando.

Philippe Coutinho hit a hat trick as Brazil coasted to a 7-1 Copa America Group B victory over Haiti in Orlando.

Renato Augusto hit a brace for Dunga's side, while Gabriel Barbosa and Lucas Lima also netted for the rampant Brazilians with Haiti's solitary reply coming from James Marcelin.

The defeat means that Haiti are the first team to be eliminated from this year's tournament.

Peru and Ecuador fought to a 2-2 draw in the later game.

Peru put their fellow South Americans on the ropes early...