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Argentina vs Bolivia live stream/TV listings: June 14, 2016 Copa America match

June 14, 2016 By Oscar Rojas
La Albiceleste will try to become the only team to win all of its group stage matches on Tuesday, when they clash against Bolivia at CenturyLink Field in Seattle.

Copa América Centenario's group stage will come to a close this Tuesday when Argentina play Group D's final match against Bolivia. La Albiceleste could be the only team to win its three group matches, and that would certainly boost them for the final stage of the competition.

On the other hand, the Bolivian side has already been eliminated, but nothing would make them happier than bow out of the tournament with a win against the powerful Argentinean crew.


Gerardo Martino's pupils already sealed their spot in the Quarterfinals after beating Chile and Panama. The former Barcelona coach might want to use this game to study some alternatives for his team, considering the large amount of players at risk of being suspended.

Javier Mascherano, Augusto Fernández, Nicolás Gaitán and Marcos Rojo are one yellow card away from being banned, which could force Martino to leave them on the bench. Furthermore, Angel Di María hasn't recovered from a groin injury he picked up against Los Canaleros, giving Martino more reason to improvise.

The good news for fans attending the match will be courtesy of Lionel Messi. The Argentinean superstar is set to play the game on his way back to full fitness, and he is expected to try and reach the 56-goal mark with Argentina, which would make him the team's all-time top scorer.

"La Pulga" needed just 25 minutes to score a hat-trick against Los Canaleros.


The team in green doesn't get to this match in high spirits, especially because of the circumstances that saw them lose their most recent match against Chile. To make matters worse, coach Julio Cesar Baldivieso's position could be in jeopardy, since he has failed to win a single match in eleven months.

This game will be quite complicated for Bolivia, since a number of their players will be out due to injury. Diego and Marvin Bejarano, Ronald Eguino, Pedro Azogue and Fernando Saucedo will have to sit this one out, forcing their coach to re-think his strategy against La Albiceleste.

Jhasmani Campos (left) scored one of the best goals of the competition against Chile. Can he shock the Argentineans on Tuesday?

Did you know...?

These teams have played 36 times against each other. Argentina has won 25 of those meetings, allowing five draws and six losses.

Argentina has lost only two Copa América matches aganst Bolivia.

La Albiceleste has defeated Bolivia twice with a 7-0 scoreline. Those blowouts represent the biggest goal differential the Bolivians have endured ever.

Bolivia also handed Argentina their biggest loss. During the 2010 World Cup Qualifiers, La Verde destroyed Argentina with a 6-1 score. It's the highest amount of goals allowed by any Argetinean side in a single game.

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