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Bolivia vs Uruguay live stream: How to watch Copa America online

By Harry Edwards

Bolivia vs Uruguay live stream, predictions & team news | Copa America

Published: 10:00, 23 June 2021

Uruguay will be looking to secure their spot in the next round of the 2021 Copa America when they face Bolivia on Thursday at 10pm (UK time).

The two-time World Cup winners have been poor at the tournament, earning just one point from their opening two matches while Bolivia have lost both their games.


Where to live stream Bolivia vs Uruguay:

bet365 are live streaming Copa America fixtures online this summer. You can currently access fixtures being live-streamed on the bet365 platform by following the steps below:

  1. Go to bet365 via this link
  2. Register for an account (this could also earn you up to £100 in free bet credits, though terms and conditions apply and you have to be over 18)
  3. Make a deposit to unlock the live stream sections of the site
  4. Head to the live stream section of the site
  5. Watch your chosen game live

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US & Canada: Those without a FuboTV account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial (Ts&Cs apply) to watch Copa America by following this link.

Where to watch Bolivia vs Uruguay on TV:

  • UK: BBC iPlayer & BBC Red Button
  • US: Fox Sports 1

Scoreline prediction: Bolivia 0-2 Uruguay

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Bolivia vs Uruguay build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Bolivia drew the short straw in the Copa America group draw, placed alongside Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay. But they may have hoped to be in a better position after two games, facing Paraguay and Chile – the “easier” matches on paper. However, Bolivia are still chasing their first point at this year’s Copa America, losing 3-1 to Paraguay in their opening game before following it up with a 1-0 defeat to Chile. They now need to realistically get three points from their final two matches against Uruguay and Argentina to remain in the competition.

One point and one place above bottom-of-the-group Bolivia are Uruguay who are also chasing their first win after a poor start to the tournament. Uruguay, who are the most-successful side in Copa America history, were beaten 1-0 by Argentina in their opening game and only managed a draw against Chile thanks to an own goal from Arturo Vidal. However, Uruguay can confirm their spot in the quarter-finals with a win over Bolivia as it would put them four points clear of their opponents with a game left to play.

  • Bolivia (vs Chile): Lampe; Bejarano*, Quinteros, Jusino, Fernandez; Arce, Justiniano, Vaca, Saavedra; Chura, Alvarez.
  • Uruguay (vs Chile): Muslera; Gonzalez, Godin, Gimenez, Vina; Valverde, Vecino, De La Cruz; de Arrascaeta; Cavani, Suarez.

Neither side has any fresh injury concerns but Diego Bejarano is suspended for Bolivia after receiving his second yellow card of the tournament last time out.

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Player to watch: Luis Suarez (Uruguay)

Uruguay have scored just one goal in their opening two Copa America matches and wasn’t even one of their own players with Vidal giving them a helping hand against Chile. If they are to secure qualification to the next stage, Uruguay will need their own stars to step up, especially Luis Suarez.

Suarez is Uruguay’s all-time top goalscorer with 64 goals but he hasn’t scored in his past four matches for the nation, including the two Copa America matches so far. But the quality is still there for all to see. The 34-year-old came into the tournament off the back of a La Liga-winning campaign with Atletico Madrid in which he scored 21 goals in 32 matches, his best return in a single season for three years.

Suarez hasn’t played Bolivia too many times in his career, four to be exact, but he has been prolific against the nation scoring four times including twice in his last appearance in 2017. Uruguay need that Suarez to turn up this week.