La Roja and La Albiceleste lock horns in another edition of the Copa América with the top spot of their group up for grabs. Who'll come out on top?

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In the U.S.:  Fox Sports 1 (English coverage), UnivisiónTUDN USA (Spanish broadcast)

In Great Britain: Premier Sports 1.

In Canada: RDS.

In Chile: Chilevisión, DIRECTV Sports Chile, Canal 13.

In Argentina: Televisión Pública, Telefe ArgentinaDIRECTV Sports Argentina, TyC Sports Argentina

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In Great Britain: Premier Sports Player.

In Canada: TSN+RDS App.

In Chile: DGO,

In Argentina: DGO, TyC Sports Play

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Chile vs Argentina -  Team news

The Chilean side kicked off their run in the Copa América with a goalless draw against Peru, which may benefit the team led by Ricardo Gareca considering their final fixture. Aside from their well-documented wins against La Albiceleste in two straight editions of the tournament, Chile's record facing Argentina is quite unflattering, and if things go as they did for them back on Friday, then La Roja will need their best players to step up. Some of those who need to find their A-game are Alexis Sánchez, Erick Pulgar, and Eduardo Vargas, three of the top players included in Chile's squad.

Their rivals need no introduction, as they get to the tournament as defending champions. Led by Lionel Messi, who will aim to become the top scorer in this rivalry, the Argentine side seems ready to win back-to-back matches in the competition following their victory against Canada, which came with a bit of effort despite the 2-0 score. Even if Messi was not able to score on the team's debut, players such as Julián Álvarez and Lautaro Martínez will be ready to add to their tally if they find suitable chances in front of goal.

While Argentina have a full squad to choose from, Chile will have to deal with the absence of their playmaker: Diego Valdés. The team's most talented footballer will not be around after picking up a knock in the game against Peru, and his presence will surely be missed by the Chilean side this Tuesday.

Chile vs Argentina: Head-to-head

  • This will be the 30th Copa América meeting between these national teams.

  • Out of those games, Argentina have claimed 21 wins.

  • Chile has never defeated Argentina in a Copa América game without extra time or penalties. Their only wins (in the 2015 and 2016 Copa América editions) came after penalties.

  • Overall, this will be the 95th game between Chile and Argentina. So far, La Albiceleste has overwhelmed La Roja with 61 wins.

  • Chile has only beaten Argentina six times across all comps and without considering their two Copa América wins by penalties.

  • Chile's most recent win against Argentina after 90 minutes came in 2008, when they defeated La Albiceleste one-nil in a World Cup Qualifying match.

  • The most recent game between Chile and Argentina ended 2-1 for La Albiceleste, thanks to goals by Di María and Lautaro Martínez.

  • Chile's coach Ricardo Gareca is still looking for his first win against Argentina, following two draws and two losses while he coached Peru.

Chile vs Argentina - Broadcast and streaming details


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Chile 0 - 1 Argentina

June 25, 2024 9:00pmMetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, New Jersey)

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