Chile proceed with their bid to win a third consecutive Copa America title when they take on Ecuador.
Alexis Sanchez was among the scorers as they trounced Japan 4-0 – yet La Tricolor tasted rout by the equivalent scoreline in their opener against Uruguay.
Ecuador vs Chile Preview:
Chile had the perfect to their title defense. They recorded a huge 4-0 win over Japan, and will be hoping to make it two out of two, and almost ensure their participation in the knockouts. Goal-difference might play a factor in determining the group champions, should Uruguay along with them end up with two wins from the first two games, and their face-to-face final group stage game end in a draw.
All things considered, the defending champions will search for a gigantic success here. The certainty that they have won three of the last four h2h meetings, and enlisted six of the last ten such wins, will help their odds. Likewise, Ecuador had yielded at least two goals in three of the last four no holds barred fights, and lost the last three encounters with the team, in different editions of this competition.
What time does Ecuador vs Chile kick off?
Copa America clash will take place on Saturday, June 22 at 12am UK time.
In Brazil, the match will be on Friday, June 21, with kick off from 8pm.
The game will be held at Itaipava Fonte Nova Arena in Salvador.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
Premier Sports will be showing live UK coverage of all the matches in the Copa America across its two channels.
The channels can be purchased to add to Virgin and Sky packages from £9.99 a month.
You can also live stream for the same cost via Premier Player.
What is the team news?
Goalkeepers: Alexander Dominguez, Pedro Ortiz, Maximo Banguera
Defenders: Arturo Mina, Roberto Arboleda, Pedro Pablo Velasco, Cristian Ramirez, Xavier Arreaga, Jose Quintero, Beder Caicedo, Gabriel Achilier
Midfielders: Romario Ibarra, Renato Ibarra, Carlos Gruezo, Jefferson Intriago, Antonio Valencia, Ayrton Preciado, Jefferson Orejuela, Andres Chicaiza, Jhegson Mendez
Forwards: Carlos Garces, Angel Mena, Enner Valencia
Goalkeepers: Gabriel Arias, Brayan Cortes, Yerko Urra
Defenders: Gary Medel, Gonzalo Jara, Mauricio Isla, Jean Beausejour, Paulo Diaz, Guillermo Maripan, Igor Lichnovsky, Oscar Opazo
Midfielders: Arturo Vidal, Charles Aranguiz, Pedro Pablo Hernandez, Erick Pulgar, Diego Valdes, Esteban Pavez
Forwards: Alexis Sanchez, Eduardo Vargas, Jose Pedro Fuenzalida, Nicolas Castillo, Junior Fernandes, Angelo Sagal
Match Prediction – Chile will win the match
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