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

By Mohamed Moallim

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

Published: 16:20, 3 July 2021

Uruguay and Colombia will battle for a Copa America semi-final berth when they lock horns at Estádio Nacional Mané Garrincha on Saturday at 11pm (UK time).

La Celeste are chasing a record-extending 16th title while Reinaldo Rueda’s men seek to follow in the footsteps of their nation’s 2001 heroes, which remains Colombia’s only tournament success. The winner will go on to face one of Argentina or Ecuador.

Where to live stream Uruguay vs Colombia online:

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 Uruguay vs Colombia on TV:

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

Scoreline prediction: Uruguay 2-1 Colombia

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

Following a tough start to their 2021 Copa America campaign, Uruguay finished runners-up in Group A behind Argentina, having won half of their four matches played. Óscar Tabárez’s men began with just one point secured across their opening two games (0-1 v Argentina and 1-1 v Chile) before collecting back-to-back wins over Bolivia (2-0) and Paraguay (1-0). La Celeste also ended up with the joint-best defensive record (two goals conceded) in the competition’s opening phase.

It was the opposite experience for Colombia, who started the competition with a narrow 1-0 win over Ecuador before picking up just one point across their next three games, though two of those results were narrow 2-1 losses against Peru and Brazil. Of the sides in the knockout phase Los Cafeteros finished with the joint-worst attack (three goals scored).

  • Uruguay (vs Paraguay): Muslera; Nández, Godín, Giménez, Viña; Valverde, Vecino, Bentancur; De La Cruz, De Arrascaeta; Cavani.
  • Colombia (vs Brazil): Ospina; Muñoz, Mina, Sánchez, Tesillo; Cuadrado, Uribe, Barrios, Díaz; Zapata, Borré.

Diego Godin should be available for Uruguay despite coming off at half-time in their 1-0 win over Paraguay. Luis Suarez is expected to return to Óscar Tabárez’s starting lineup after coming off the bench last time out. There’s no major concerns for Colombia with Reinaldo Rueda’s only major decision being who leads the line with Duvan Zapata, Luis Muriel, Rafael Borre and Miguel Borja all rotated.

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Player to watch: Edinson Cavani (Uruguay)

Having started the competition goalless Edinson Cavani is now in the running for the 2021 Copa America Golden Boot after scoring in each of Uruguay’s previous two matches. The 34-year-old marksman has moved onto two goals, which is one behind leading scorers Lionel Messi and Gianluca Lapadula as well as doubling his historical Copa America output, having managed just two strikes across 14 matches previously.

Cavani, who lifted the 2011 edition, has never registered in three consecutive Copa America games which he will be hoping to achieve when locking horns with Colombia, whom he has never faced before.