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Copa Libertadores - Matchday 3 broadcast info

Copa Libertadores - How and where to watch Matchday 3 of CONMEBOL's premier club tournament

September 14, 2020 By Oscar Rojas
After a six-month pause, the most relevant club competition in South America will return to give fans something to talk about.

The 2020 edition of the Copa Libertadores is finally back after a forced pause. The coronavirus pandemic has hit some South American countries badly, and the world of football paid the price in that region of the glob. Nonetheless, this week's games will give fans a chance to forget about those problems, with special emphasis on some of the matches set to take place.

It is wise to remember that the tournament was brought to a halt after Matchday 2 of the Group Stage, which means that all teams have four games left before the knockout stage begins. The group stage is scheduled to end on October 22, so we have to urge you to keep track of all the games, as we will know the names of the 16 teams that will fight for the coveted award from the knockout stage on.

One major plot twist in this tournament will have to do with the managerial change at Flamengo, as Jorge Jesús is no longer the team's tactician. The former boss severed all ties with the red and black side to make the trip back to Benfica, which may generate a certain amount of uncertainty within the Rio de Janeiro-based club.

Activity in the competition will resume on September 15 with four games. The action will go on on Wednesday with five games, and Matchday 3 of the competition will come to an end on Thursday, September 17, with seven games taking place in distinct South American venues.

Here is a breakdown of all the games, starting with those on Tuesday. Former Copa winners Colo-Colo, Peñarol, and Santos will be involved in Tuesday's matches.

Wednesday's games will see three title contenders from Brazil making their return to the tournament. Gremio, Internacional, and Palmeiras will all have their first post-COVID-19 match in the continental tournament, but that will not be all, as legendary Colombian team América de Cali will also try to cement their chances for success in the tournament with an emphatic win.

Last, but not least, defending champions Flamengo will have their return to the tournament on Thursday. On that same day, River Plate and Boca Juniors will have to deal with equally tough rivals, as Los Millonarios will host Sao Paulo at the Monumental, while Boca makes the trip to Paraguay, where they will face Libertad.

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