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Colombia vs Chile: live streaming info, kick-off time, confirmed lineups - June 22, 2016

June 22, 2016 By Oscar Rojas
The defending champions destroyed the opposition in the Quarter-final stage. Will they be able to do the same against Colombia?

The second semi-final of the Copa América Centenario will be taking place on Wednesday. Colombia and Chile will be the two teams fighting for a spot in the final match, in a game that promises a wide range of emotions for football fans around the world.

The team coached by Nestor Pékerman was already considered to be one of the strongest sides in the competition, and they have confirmed all forecasts by beating talented teams such as the USMNT & Perú on the road to the semi-finals.

On the other side of the pitch, the defending champions struggled to adapt to their new coach, but things look better than ever for them after destroying Mexico in the Quarter-final stage. After winning the 2015 edition, Chile's goal of winning back-to-back titles could become a reality, considering they have one of the most talented generations in their team's history.

Let's see how these teams are getting ready to face each other at Soldier Field.

Colombia

Los Cafeteros made it to the knockout stage of the competition as Group A's runner up. Their quarter-final matchup against Perú delivered one of the most tense games of the tournament, with both sides unable to score the game-winning goal. The penalty shootout gave Arsenal's goalkeeper David Ospina a chance to shine, stopping one of Perú's attempts on goal and giving La Selección Colombia the chance to win the game.

Watch Ospina's classy save against Peruvian midfielder Miguel Trauco.

Pekerman will have a full squad to choose from when he faces Chile, with Farid Díaz being the only exception due to a calf injury.

Chile

La Roja was baptized under fire in the Copa América Centenario, having to face Argentina in their opening match of Group D. After two consecutive wins, Juan Antonio Pizzi's managed to achieve the biggest with for Chile in any major tournament, by beating Mexico 7-0 in the Quarter-final stage. During the course of that game, striker Edu Vargas scored a poker for La Roja, while Alexis Sánchez goal propelled him to the second place of the team's all-time goal scorers list.

Sánchez's timely goal made things a lot easier for Chile against Mexico.

Despite their successful streak, coach Pizzi will have to deal with the absence of one of his key players. Arturo Vidal will have to watch the game from the sidelines after being booked against Mexico, forcing the Spanish boss to change the team's lineup. Furthermore, Marcelo Díaz was subbed off during the game against El Tri due to a thigh strain, and his presence in the semi-final seems doubtful

Head to head

  • Chile & Colombia have played 36 games up to this date, with 14 wins for Chile, 12 draws and 10 wins for los Cafeteros.

  • Colombia defeated Chile in their last Copa América meeting, back in 2001.

  • Chile hasn't been able to beat Colombia in their most recent three games.

  • La Roja's most recent win against Colombia occured in 2011, during a friendly match played in The Netherlands.

Where to watch the semi-final match between Colombia & Chile, on TV or online?

Live elsewhere? Check out the Colombia vs Chile match page for detailed info to watch this game in your country.

*Please note that all live games, TV Schedules and online streaming info are subject to change.

Confirmed lineups

Colombia's Starting XI

Chile's Starting XI

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