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Argentina vs Uruguay: TV schedule & broadcast listings - Sep 1, 2016

August 31, 2016 By Ali M.
Here's a compiled list of the TV schedules and listings for Argentina vs Uruguay in the CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers.

Broadcast info

Who’s playing: Argentina and Uruguay will lock horns in a highly-anticipated 2018 FIFA World Cup CONMEBOL qualifying tie between two of the continent’s biggest football nations.

What time: Kick off for the clash is scheduled at 16:30 PT, 19:30 ET, and 11:30 UTC on Thursday, September 1st.  Due to the time difference, fans in Europe can watch the match live at 00:30 BST and 1:30 CET.

Which stadium: the World Cup qualifier will be played at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, the 40,268-seat venue in Mendoza.

Which channel

- In the USA at 19:30 ET on beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A., beIN SPORTS en Español, beIN SPORTS USA, TyC Sports Internacional USA, fuboTV

- In Canada at 19:30 ET on beIN SPORTS en Español, beIN Sports Canada, fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

- In Argentina at 20:30 ART on TyC Sports Argentina, TyC Sports Interior, Canal 7 TV Publica, TyC Sports Play

- In Uruguay at 20:30 UYT on VTV Uruguay

*View up-to-date global listings

Match facts

  • Argentina and Uruguay are the two of the top three teams in the qualifiers, ranked third and first respectively.
  • La Albiceleste won their last qualifier, beating Bolivia 2-0.
  • La Celeste did the same, but by a slimmer margin, winning 1-0.
  • This match will be the first game for Gerardo Martino’s successor, Edgardo Bauza.
  • It will also be the first match since Lionel Messi reversed his decision to retire from international football.
  • The last six clashes between these two nations have produced 15 goals: five for Uruguay and 10 for Argentina.
  • Messi and Co. came out triumphant on four occasions, losing the other two.
  • Uruguay were 3-2 winners in their last World Cup qualifiers meeting.

All eyes on Messi? Maybe not yet...

Most of the pre-match hype surrounding the Argentina vs, Uruguay clash is the return of La Pulga, the Messiah of the South American powerhouse.

After losing a third straight major tournament in Copa America Centenario, the Barcelona superstar announced his decision to quit the national side, much to the shock and despair of the fans.

Fortunately, he reversed his decision and joined up with the national side for the latest international break. Unfortunately, injury might delay Messi’s return.

The 29-year-old came out of the Blaugrana’s most recent victory with a sore hamstring which has thrown his availability for Thursday’s game into huge doubt.

However, Bauza remains hopeful, telling Ole: "He's OK, he's OK. We are going to take good care of him.

"He's OK, he's OK. We are going to take good care of him."

Argentina will be without the likes of Sergio Aguero and Javier Pastore, as both were declared unfit for the tie.

For Uruguay, Oscar Tabarez will be welcoming star striker Luis Suarez back after missing out on their disappointing Copa America Centenario campaign through injury.

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