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July 4, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
This is the game no team wants to play, but ending the competition on a high will be crucial for two well-known rivals.

What is Argentina and Chile's Copa América record?

Argentina is the second most-winning team in Copa América history, behind Uruguay. La Albiceleste has won fourteen titles, but it has been over 26 years since their last win, back in 1993. The Argentine side has lost two consecutive final matches, and four out of the last five.

Chile entered this tournament as two-time defending champions, following their victories in the 2015 and 2016 editions. La Roja came close to match Argentina as the only teams in history to win three Copa América titles in a row, but their run in the competition concluded in the semi-final stage.

What is Argentina and Chile's form ahead of this game?

Argentina's last three games have ended in the same scoreline: 2-0. Two of those ended with La Albiceleste on top, but the latter one, against Brazil, saw Lionel Messi and Co. earning one more heartbreak.

Chile has not won any of their last three games. La Roja kicked off the competition with two straight wins, but two of their last three clashes concluded in losses. Chile only managed to beat Colombia after a grueling penalty shootout, and their three-peat wishes ended after Wednesday's embarrassing 3-0 loss against Peru.

Argentina vs Chile - Head-to-head

  • This will be the 90th game between Argentina and Chile.

  • Argentina has beaten Chile in 59 of their previous 89 meetings.

  • Chile has only beaten Argentina in six different occasions.

  • There have been 24 draws between these teams.

  • Argentina has scored a whopping 190 goals against Chile in all comps. Chile has only been able to score 90 goals against La Albiceleste.

  • This will be the 28th Copa America clash between these teams. Chile has never won against Argentina after 90 minutes, with their only wins coming after a penalty shootout.

  • Argentina has won 19 Copa América games against Chile.

  • The last Copa América games between these teams took place in the 2015 and 2016 finals. Both of them ended in goalless draws, but Chile would go on to win back-to-back titles from the penalty spot.

Argentina vs Chile - Injuries and suspensions

Neither one of these teams will have either suspended or injured players for this game, but both coaches may want to field some players that have not seen playing time during this competition. While their drive to compete could see the likes of Lionel Messi, Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sánchez or Sergio Agüero playing in this game, both Lionel Scaloni and Reinaldo Rueda may opt to field different lineups than those who lost their last matches.

Broadcast info: Argentina vs Chile

In Brazil:, Globo, SporTV, SporTV Play. 

In Argentina: DIRECTV Play Deportes, TyC Sports Argentina, TyC Sports Play, DIRECTV Sports Argentina.

In Chile: Canal 13, DIRECTV Sports Chile, DIRECTV Play Deportes, TVN, CDF HD.

In the U.S.: NBC Sports Live Extra App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Globo TV Internacional, ESPN+, Telemundo.

In the U.K.: Premier Player HD, Premier Sports 1.

In Australia: Kayo Sports, beIN Sports 1, beIN Sports Connect.

In Mexico: Blue To Go Video Everywhere, Sky HD.

In Canada: TSN GO.

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