Uruguay will look to get their Copa America campaign off the ground when they face Chile in Cuiabá on Monday at 10pm (UK time).
La Celeste lost their opening game of the tournament 1-0 to Argentina while Chile have taken four points from their first two games.
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Where to watch Uruguay vs Chile on TV:
- UK: BBC Red Button
- US: Fox Sports 1
Scoreline prediction: Uruguay 1-1 Chile
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Uruguay vs Chile build-up & previous line-ups:
Despite a wealth of attacking riches, Uruguay are in horrendous form right now, losing two and drawing two of their last four games without scoring a single goal. But Oscar Tabarez’s side beat Chile 2-1 in their last meeting back in October and would love nothing more than to repeat that result to get their first points on the board.
While Uruguay come into this game with their tails between their legs, Chile are on a high after taking four points from their opening two games. First, they came from behind to salvage a 1-1 draw with Argentina, before beating Bolivia 1-0 last time out to go joint-top of Group B. La Roja have a wonderful recent record in this tournament, reaching at least the semi-finals in their last three appearances, winning the title twice during that time.
- Uruguay (vs Argentina): Muslera; Gonzalez, Gimenez, Godin, Vina; Valverde, Bentancur, Torreira, De La Cruz; Suarez, Cavani.
- Chile (vs Bolivia): Bravo; Isla, Medel, Maripan, Mena; Vidal, Pulgar, Aranguiz; Meneses, Vargas, Brereton.
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Player to watch: Ben Brereton (Chile)
A former England youth international, born in Stoke-On-Trent and currently playing in the Championship for Blackburn Rovers. That’s not the sort of profile you’d expect for Chile’s game-winner against Bolivia last time out, but that’s exactly the situation Ben Brereton (or Ben Brereton Diaz as he’s known in Chile) finds himself in.
Brereton qualifies for Chile thanks to his mother, Andrea, who was born in Concepción, Chile, and made the surprise choice to change allegiances ahead of this summer’s Copa America.
After making his debut for Chile against Lionel Messi’s Argentina, Brereton remarkably scored a 10th-minute winner in a 1-0 victory over Bolivia last time out, leaving his newly-adopted nation joint-top of Group B.
It was a moment that got the whole of England talking, let alone Chile. And it’s one the striker will be desperate to repeat against Uruguay to effectively seal Chile’s place in the Copa America knockout rounds. At least one English striker is finding the net at a major tournament this summer…
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