- Costa Rica and Honduras will play in March to secure the fourth slot in Group D
- Star forward Neymar will miss the tournament with an ACL and meniscus injury
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Brazil will be playing against Colombia and Paraguay in the group stage of the 2024 Copa America tournament in the United States.
The draw for the tournament took place on Thursday night in Miami where the final will be played on July 14.
Jamaica was originally slotted in the group. However, the Reggae Boyz were moved over to Group B due to the rules involving two confederations. As a result, Costa Rica and Honduras will compete for the fourth slot in March.
The winner will then face Brazil in their opening match on June 24 in Inglewood, California.
Brazil, who won the tournament in 2019 and placed second in 2021, was the designated top-seeded team in Group D but will play the tournament without star forward Neymar.
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