Uruguay vs Chile, Copa America 2019: Preview, Prediction, Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and Team News

Uruguay needs to score points in this gathering all together not to drop to third place, however whether Chile will enable itself to be beaten on June 25 – in our forecast we have responded to this inquiry thoroughly. Who will win?

Uruguay vs Chile  Preview


The Chilean team is doing admirably in the competition – Reynaldo Rueda’s team in the first round took a gander at the Japanese for quite a while, however in the end beat them 4: 0, promptly saving the first line for themselves. In the second round, Ecuador attempted to offer fight to the Chileans, however lost 1: 2 – the “red team” guaranteed itself a place in the playoffs.


The Uruguay national team was viewed as the reasonable most favorite of their gathering, at the same time, in spite of the considerable number of estimates, the Oscar Tabares team is as yet the second. In the opening match with Ecuador, the opponent as of now in the opening of the meeting remained in the minority and lost 0: 4, but the success of the “sky Olympians” failed. Japan showed that it didn’t come to the tournament as tourists – a 2-2 draw left the “blue samurai” chances for the playoffs.

What time does Uruguay vs Chile kick off?

This Copa America conflict will happen on Tuesday, January 25 at 12am UK time.

In Brazil, that is 8pm on Monday, January 24.

The match will be held at Estadio Maracana in Rio de Janeiro.

What TV channel is Uruguay vs Chile 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 likewise live stream for a similar cost via Premier Player.

What is the team news?

Chile Squad

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

Uruguay Squad

Goalkeepers: Fernando Muslera, Martin Silva, Martin Campana

Defenders: Diego Godin, Jose Maria Gimenez, Sebastian Coates, Martin Caceres, Marcelo Sarrachi

Midfielders: Giovanni Gonzalez, Diego Laxalt, Lucas Torreira, Matias Vecino, Rodrigo Bentancur, Nahitan Nandez, Federico Valverde, Nicolas Lodeiro, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Gaston Pereiro

Forward: Edinson Cavani, Cristhian Stuani, Maximiliano Gomez, Jonathan Rodriguez, Luis Suarez


Uruguay staggered in the last match and enabled Japan to take one point, yet the Tabaresa team can address the situation today – a triumph over Chile will send the “celestial Olympians” to the main line in the gathering. In spite of two triumphs, the Chileans’ game cannot be called ideal – problems in defense are noticeable to the naked eye.

Given the selection of players in the front line of Uruguay, we can safely assume that Chilean defenders will often fall today.