The draw for next summer's Copa America has just been made, and it looks like being a great round of group games.
The 2015 Copa America tournament will take place in Chile next summer, and after a lengthy process, the draw for the tournament was finally made - and here is what was served up for us.
In Group A, we see hosts Chile grouped with Mexico, Bolivia and Ecuador. Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli led his side to within inches of beating Brazil in this summer's World Cup, and with home advantage - as well as two new strikers in Mauro Zarate and Leonardo Ulloa - they will be feeling confident.
Mexico can cause some damage with the return of Carlos Vela, whilst Ecuador have their own hotshot striker in West Ham's Enner Valencia. Bolivia are likely to take the wooden spoon in Group A, though striker Marcelo Moreno can find the net.
The big dog in Group B is Argentina, and new manager Gerardo Martino will be hoping to go one better than their World Cup campaign, where they lost in the final to Germany.
They meet neighbours Uruguay, who won the competition in 2011, but the tie will lose some of its edge given that striker Luis Suarez will be suspended for the entire tournament having been banned for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at this summer's World Cup.
Paraguay - formerly managed by Martino - are also in Group B, but are unlikely to pose much of a threat having suffered a major decline in recent years, whilst Jamaica will almost certainly make up the numbers in the second group; anything more would be a success for the Reggae Boyz.
The final group gives us the big clash we all wanted - Brazil vs Colombia. The two nations met at the World Cup in a bad tempered affair, and whilst Brazil won the game 2-1, many felt that Colombia were hard done by.
The rematch will see a host of star players take to the field, including Oscar, Neymar, James Rodriguez and Falcao in what promises to be a tasty encounter.
Peru and Venezuela will be cursing their draw, but with star players such as Paolo Guerrero and Jose Salomon Rondon respectively, they'll still have players worth watching, even if they are unlikely to get out of the group.