Brazil vs Argentina: TV channel, live stream, kick-off time and team news for Copa America semi-final

COPA AMERICA hosts Brazil can book their place in the final with a win over Argentina.

Tite’s side needed penalties to see off Paraguay in the quarter-finals, whilst Lionel Messi and Co finally hit their stride in the tournament with a dominant victory over Venezuela.

Argentina beat Venezuela 2-0 in the Copa America quarter-finals
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What time does Brazil vs Argentina kick off?

THIS final-four clash is set for Tuesday, July 2.

Kick-off is at 9.30pm local time in Belo Horizonte.

That’s 1.30am BST on this side of the Atlantic, so things get going in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

When the sides last met in 2018 friendly, it was Brazil who came out on top thanks to a stoppage-time strike from Miranda.

What TV channel is Brazil vs Argentina on and can I live stream it?

YOU can catch this game live on Premier Sports 1.

The channel costs £9.99 a month for new customers (HD version is only available on Sky but you need a Sky HD box).

It is currently only available for residents in the UK and Northern Ireland.

It is on Sky channel 412 in HD and 866 in SD.

If you want to stream, sign up to the Premier Player from £9.99/month.

Team news

Richarlison is likely to be back for the semi-final after sitting out the win over Paraguay with mumps.

But should he miss out again, it may well mean another appearance for the man who shares the name of the team he plays for.

Everton proved to be a revelation in the 5-0 win over Peru, and could get another go in this semi-final.

Felipe Luis is a doubt for Brazil, having been taken off at half time against Paraguay, while Fernandinho hasn’t played since the second group game.

Argentina have no injury concerns and are likely to continue with Lionel Messi playing behind a front two of Lautaro Martinez and Sergio Aguero.

Boss Lionel Scaloni will also need to decide whether to bring in Spurs target Giovani Lo Celso after his goal from the bench against Venezuela or stick with the more defensively minded Marcos Acuna.


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