Copa America 2019

Copa America 2019 ultimate guide: Fixtures, UK TV channel, groups and players to watch

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Brazil are the hosts for the 2019 Copa America, which also sees non-CONMEBOL nations Japan and Qatar take part With European football now on the back-burner for the rest summer we can now turn our attentions across the pond to Brazil where the Copa America kicks off on Friday.

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The South American tournament boasts the best of football in the region, along with Japan and Qatar who are bizarrely included in the continental competition.

Two-time defending champions, Chile, will also be looking for their third successive Copa America after winning the 2015 and 2016 editions of the tournament.

But what is the Copa America tournament? Who competes in the competition? And who are the favourites? We have compiled all the info you need.

When does the tournament run?

The Copa America runs for three weeks between 15th June – 7th July.

What TV channel will the action be on in the UK?

A live broadcast will be available on Premier Sports 1 and 2 along with their online streaming service for the duration of the tournament.

Twelve teams compete across three groups, the top two teams in each group automatically going through to the knockout stages. Two of the three 3rd placed nations then also progress based upon their record in the round-robin competition.

Group A – Brazil, Bolivia, Venezuela, Peru

Group B – Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, Qatar

Group C – Uruguay, Ecuador, Japan, Chile

Copa America

The Copa América, South America’s biggest football tournament, heads to Brazil for the first time in 30 years with Chile looking to be crowned champions for the third time in a row. Regardless of where you are on the planet, our guide below for getting a Copa América 2019 live stream will ensure you don’t miss a kick.

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While the hosts will be missing talisman Neymar, the tournament won’t be short of big name stars from across the continent, with Argentina’s Lionel Messi, his Barcelona teammate Luis Suárez and Brazilian/Liverpudlian Roberto Firmino all due to set to be in action.

Having failed to mirror his trophy-laden club career with Barcelona on the international stage, all eyes will be on Lionel Messi to once again attempt to end his tournament hoodoo and lead Argentina to some silverware. His country are a long overdue some glory in the competition having not won the Copa América since 1989.

Despite having won the competition twice on the spin, Chile come into the tournament way down the list of favourites according to Betfair, thanks to an ageing side and star player Alexis Sánchez‎ struggling for form at Manchester United.

After recent tournament disappointments, Brazil will be looking to gain ground on their great South American rivals Argentina who have lifted the trophy 14 times in comparison to the samba stars eight triumphs in the Copa America. A major plus for the hosts will be home advantage – they’ve won the tournament on the four previous occasions that they’ve held it.

If you want to know where you’ll be able to watch every single match, we’ll tell you exactly where you can catch them online with our 2019 Copa América live stream guide.

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How to watch the 2019 Copa América 2019 from outside your country

Below we have a full rundown of your viewing options for the 2019 Copa América in different countries – check out how to watch in the US (where ESPN+ will be streaming the tournament in its entirety), the UK, Canada and Australia.

The problems start when you try to watch your domestic coverage online while out of the country. Give it a go and you’ll quickly find your stream in geo-blocked.

That’s super annoying, but not unavoidable. We’ve found that using a Virtual Private Network – or VPN – to be a handy solution. You select a server in your home country and then watch as if you were sat back at home on your couch.

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Bolivia vs Brazil

Brazil vs. Bolivia: Odds, Live Stream, TV Schedule for 2019 Copa America Brazil begin their 2019 Copa America campaign on Friday, with the tournament hosts welcoming Bolivia to Sao Paulo.

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The Selecao are favourites to win the competition, and Venezuela and Peru complete the lineup in Group A.

Brazil will be without Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar after the attacker was injured during an international friendly against Qatar for his country on June 8 in preparation for the Copa.

Date: Friday, June 14

Time: 9:30 p.m. local/8:30 p.m. ET/1:30 a.m. BST (Saturday)

TV: Telemundo (U.S.), Premier Sports (UK)

Stream: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, ESPN+, Premier Player

Odds: Brazil 1-12, Bolivia 33-1, draw 10-1 (via Oddschecker)

Brazil will need to promote a fresh hero to earn Copa success without Neymar.

As the outstanding team in South American qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, they will believe they have the depth to win the tournament, which they are hosting for the first time since 1989.

Manager Tite has a varied and disciplined squad, and with Argentina and holders Chile in decline, Brazil are the deserved favourites on home soil. The 58-year-old has previously said he expects his side to reach the final. However, the injury to Neymar will have affected preparations.

Brazil have failed to get beyond the last eight during the past three Copas, but with a simple group phase to navigate, the hosts will like their chances against any of the prominent nations during the final stages.

Philippe Coutinho has suffered a frustrating time since leaving Liverpool for Barcelona, but the attacker could be given more freedom in the absence of Neymar.

Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino are options as the No. 9 for Tite, and the form of Richarlison at Everton has seen his stock rise in the Brazil squad.

Bolivia have been Copa runners-up as recently as 1997, but the Green have been in an extended slump for two decades.

Eduardo Villegas took the Bolivia coaching reins for a second time in his career after the nation ended World Cup qualification ninth out of 10. Only Venezuela were lower, who also feature in the group in Brazil.

Brazil will expect comfortable wins against both sides and will use the games to warm up for the bigger hurdles ahead

Brazil vs Bolivia

The 2019 Copa America kicks off with what should be a manageable game for Brazil. Coach Tite did not include Marcelo, Vinicius and Rodrygo in Brazil’s squad list but madridistas should be looking forward to seeing what Casemiro and Militao can do.

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While Casemiro is an undisputed starter in Brazil, Militao has to fight for a spot in the starting lineup with Marquinhos, Thiago Silva or Dani Alves, given his ability to play as a right-back when needed. The young defender will surely have minutes throughout the tournament, even if not as a starter.

Brazil are the heavy favorites to beat Bolivia here and also win the Group Stage against Venezuela and Peru. They’re also one of the candidates to win the tournament, even without Neymar, who will miss the tournament with an ankle injury he picked up last week. Other players will have to step up in order for Casemiro and Militao to raise the trophy, but it’s clear that they have a good chance to do it.


Date: 06/14/2019

Time: 21:30 GMT -3 (local time), 02:30am CEST, 08:30pm EST.

Venue: Morumbi, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Available TV: Telemundo Deportes, ESPN+ (USA).

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Argentina vs England

Women’s World Cup odds, predictions 2019: Betting lines, best expert picks for England vs. Argentina

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England dominated most of its opening match in the 2019 Women’s World Cup against Scotland, but a second-half lapse saw the Lionesses holding on to escape with a 2-1 victory. They will be wary of a letdown on Friday when they take on a building Argentina club at Stade Oceane in Le Havre, France. The ball gets rolling on the pitch at 3 p.m. ET. Third-ranked England is among the favorites to win the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 at odds of 6-1, while No. 37-ranked Argentina’s odds of 150-1 show just how big of a gap could exist between the clubs. Even so, Argentina earned its first World Cup point in program history by forging a 0-0 tie against 2011 champion Japan in the opening match. England is a -1100 money-line favorite (risk $1,100 to win $100), while Argentina is priced at +2700 to win outright (risk $100 to win $2,700). The draw is +900 and the over-under for total goals scored is 3.5 in the latest England vs. Argentina odds. Before you lock in your picks for England vs. Argentina in the 2019 Women’s World Cup, make sure you hear what European football expert David Sumpter has to say.

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The model has crushed its 2019 Women’s World Cup picks in the group stage, returning $625 already to anyone following it. The model correctly predicted the stunning Japan vs. Argentina draw (+825) — a more than 8-1 longshot — and was all over the Netherlands beating New Zealand, Germany outlasting Spain and England topping Scotland.

Now, the model has its sights set on England vs. Argentina. We can tell you it’s leaning under, but its much stronger play is on the money line, saying one side has all the value. You can see that selection exclusively at SportsLine.

The model knows that England, ranked No. 3 in the world, will be looking to jump on Argentina early and squash hopes of a potential upset. The Lionesses are looking to better their third-place finish in the 2015 World Cup and are among the top-five favorites at most sportsbooks to win the tournament with odds of around 6-1.

They took care of business in their opening match against Scotland by finding the net twice in the first 45 minutes to gain control before holding off the Scotland side in the second half. Nikita Parris scored on a penalty shot and Ellen White added a curling shot for England. Scotland managed a goal in the 79th minute, but the Lionesses held on for the win.

Even so, the model knows the Lionesses aren’t necessarily the best value on the England vs. Argentina money line against a talented squad looking for a signature win in the FIFA World Cup 2019.

Following the final horn in its opening match against Japan, players and coaches of Argentina celebrated as if they had just won a major championship. Such a reaction to a tie would be scoffed at in most other sporting circles, but soccer observers understood the magnitude of the moment for the club. The tie not only generated the program’s first World Cup point, it was their first non-loss result in three tournament appearances.

Argentina has netted just two total goals in seven Women’s World Cup matches while allowing 33. That’s why the tie was considered not only a moral victory, but also a longshot that paid better than 8-1 for those who supported a draw. Argentina has no professional women’s league, but its players have done plenty of outreach to generate interest and growth in the game in their home country. Standout forward Estefania Banini plays for the Washington Spirit of the National Women’s Soccer League.

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England vs Argentina

After beating Scotland in their opening game of the Fifa Women’s World Cup England take on their other traditional footballing rival, Argentina, in a crucial group D clash on Friday evening.

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Victory will see the Lionesses into the knockout stages of the tournament and head coach Phil Neville is confident that his side will be able to deal with the “emotion” of the occasion.

Argentina are not the same force in women’s football as they are in the men’s game and are ranked 37th in the world – yet they held Japan, who won the tournament in 2011 and were runners up in 2015, to a goalless draw in their opening fixture.

“There’s a great history between the countries,” said Neville ahead of the game in Le Havre.

“When we looked at this group you saw the rivalry with Scotland, and with Argentina what you’ve got in this case is a football history. Like the Scotland game, we have to handle the occasion and the emotion.”

What are England’s chances?

On paper Argentina should not pose a major problem for England, ranked third in the world, but this is tournament football.

Argentina sometimes play “abrasively physical football”, says Louise Taylor in The Guardian. But their “gritty gameplan must be viewed in its proper context”.

Taylor adds: “After receiving negligible backing, both financial and logistical, from their country’s football authorities it seems a small miracle the desperately under-resourced South American squad ranked 37th in the world are here at all.”

Neville is not underestimating them either. “I’ve told the players this is a proud nation, a big powerful football nation,” he says. “You are playing against history. When you talk about street football you’re talking about South American players who have grown up with nothing. This is what this Argentine team is.”

Jason Burt of The Daily Telegraph agrees. “The relevance of that to the side who take to the field here is to remind them of how fiercely Argentina – with schoolchildren again given time to watch the game – will fight and that was evidenced in the way they celebrated their point against Japan, the first they have gained in a World Cup.”

However, Sam Lovett of the Independent believes England will have too much for their opponents.

“Neville’s women will be under no illusions that they’ll have a fight on their hands in Le Havre on Friday night. Patience and persistence will be key,” he says.

“Having said that, they demonstrated their experience and maturity in keeping Scotland at bay after their late goal on Sunday.”

Team news

Toni Duggan, who sat out the Scotland game with a thigh injury, will miss out again. But the rest of the squad, including Fran Kirby, Millie Bright and Demi Stokes, are fit.

“Sunday’s contest against the Scots had seen Kirby take a kick to the knee and Bright forced off by a shoulder injury, while Stokes has been recovering from a knee problem,” reports The Daily Telegraph.

Midfielder Jade Moore is being tipped to start in midfield, where her passing could help unlock the stubborn Argentine defence.

The England backline will have to be alert to the threat posed by Argentina star Estefanía Banini, known unsurprisingly as the “female Messi” in her home country.

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Cameroon vs Mali

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Friendly match between Cameroon vs Mali on 14 June 2019.
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When Is Kick Off? 14 June 2019
What time does it start? 19:00 BST
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Jamaica vs Italy

Women’s World Cup: Japan vs Scotland

Date: Friday, June 14

Time: 9:00 a.m. ET

TV Channel: FOX Sports 1, Universo

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The day begins with Japan looking to get their bid for a second World Cup title on track. They were held to a stunning 0-0 draw by Argentina in their first group match allowing England to gain a foothold atop Group D. The Japanese came in with the fifth-best odds to win this tournament, but their unexpected slow start has surely dampened expectations a bit. Just like Argentina, nothing much was expected of Scotland. Their 2-0 loss to England wasn’t too surprising. If they hope to last more than three matches in France, they’ll need to get a result against Japan.

Women’s World Cup: Jamaica vs Italy

Date: Friday, June 14

Time: 12:00 p.m. ET

TV Channel: FOX, Universo

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Our first surprise team of the tournament revealed itself in the first round of group matches when Italy shocked Australia with a 1-0 win. With Brazil looking better than many thought they would, getting something out of this second match against Jamaica is a must. It should be pretty straightforward as the Reggae Girlz were easily handled by Brazil in their first game. Couple that with the fact that they’re 1000-1 to win this tournament, according to bookmakers, Italy is looking good to clinch a spot in the Round of 16. It’s just a matter of taking care of business.

Mauritania Vs Madagascar

Mauritania have named the 23 players that they will be taking to the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in their first endeavour at the tournament.

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After the Lions of Chinguetti qualified in dramatic fashion with a home win over Botswana, all of their focus was on preparing for their first ever shot at Africa’s highest level of internatioal football.

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With a chance to extend their chapter in the history books on the line, Corentin Martins has named the players that he will be taking to Egypt.

The squad is as follows:

Goalkeeper: Souleimane Brahim (FC Nouadhibou), Namori Diaw (ASC Kedia), Babacar Diop (AS Police)

Defenders: Abdoul Ba (Auxerre, FRA), Bakary Ndiaye (Difaa Hassani El Jadida, MAR), Sally Sarr (Servette Geneva, SUI), Diadie Diarra (Sedan, FRA), Harouna Sy (Grenoble, FRA), El Mostapha Diaw (Nouakchott King’s), Aly Abeid (Alcorcon, ESP), Abdoul Kader Thiam (Orleans, FRA)

Midfielders: Mohamed Dellah Yali (DRB Tadjenanet, ALG), Ibrehima Coulibaly (Grenoble, FRA), Dialo Guidileye (Elazigspor, TUR), Khassa Camara (Xanthi FC, GRE), Alassane Diop (Hajer FC, KSA), Abdoulaye Gaye (FC Nouadhibou), El Hacen El Id (Real Valladolid, ESP).

Forwards: Adama Ba (Giresunspor, TUR), Ismael Diakhite (US Tataouine, TUN), Moulaye Ahmed Khalil (AS Gabes, TUN), Souleymane Anne (Aurillac Arpajon CA, FRA), Hemeya Tanjy (FC Nouadhibou).

While there are some French born players in the squad, to Mauritania’s credit they have developed many of the players internally and a large contingent of the squd play in Mauritania and the surrounding countries.

Mauritania will play friendlies against fellow AFCON competitors Madagascar and Benin before getting their tournament underway against local rivals Mali on 24th June at 10PM local time in Suez

Japan vs Scotland

Japan vs Scotland live stream: how to watch today’s Women’s World Cup 2019 match from anywhere

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After running England close in their opening match defeat, things don’t get any easier for Scotland as they face 2011 winners Japan – an opponent up for making amends following their 0-0 draw with Argentina. How will the two teams fair, in this, their second Women’s World Cup 2019 Group D match? Read on to find out how you can catch an Japan vs Scotland live stream from anywhere around the world with our instructions below.

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Japan are aiming aim to reach their third straight World Cup final, having

won the competition in 2011 and finished runners-up to the USA in 2015 and are strong favourites to win today’s match with the bookies.

Japan have come into the tournament with a youthful side. To a certain extent that showed in the way they failed to break down their resolute opponents during their disappointing to draw to the unfancied Argentinians.

Scotland showed plenty of determination against England, but while they may feel hard done by a borderline VAR penalty decision that led to their rival’s opening goal, on the balance of play the result was a fair one. To stand any chance against Japan’s attacking threat they’ll need to up their defensive game.

It’s all shaping up to be a fascinating World Cup encounter. Don’t miss any of the action by following the instructions below and grabbing a live stream of Japan vs Scotland wherever you are in the world.

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If you’re in UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, we’ve got your viewing options listed below. If you’re out of the country for today’s match, you may find that geo-blocking will prevent you from watching your regular domestic coverage from abroad. You don’t have to risk watching the match on a dodgy stream, however.

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