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Chile vs Bolivia live streaming: Watch Copa América 2021 online

This article provides information on how to live stream Chile vs Bolivia in Copa América on Friday 18 June 2021.
Chile vs Bolivia live streaming: Watch Copa América 2021 online
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Chile vs Bolivia live streaming: Key information to watching online  

Below are all the options to live stream Chile vs Bolivia at Copa América 2021.

Option 1: Chile vs Bolivia live streaming from anywhere in the world

There are several online platforms live streaming Chile vs Bolivia for free, and a VPN will help you connect with those services from anywhere in the world.

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Option 2: Chile vs Bolivia live streaming on FuboTV (America)

If you’re in America, you can watch Chile vs Bolivia online on FuboTV.

Here are the FuboTV sign-up instructions: 

– Go to FuboTV 

– Fill in sign-up details (email, password & confirm ZIP) 

– Choose plan & add-ons 

– Checkout (start 7-day free trial 

– Sit back & watch the match!

Option 3: Chile vs Bolivia live streaming in the UK

If you live in the UK, you can watch Copa América 2021 for free on BBC Sport Website and BBC iPlayer.

Option 4: TV channels showing Chile vs Bolivia in the UK & America

In the UK, you can watch Copa América 2021 for free on the BBC Red Button.

In America, English speakers can watch the competition on Fox Sports, while Spanish speakers can watch on Telemundo.

Chile vs Bolivia: Preview 

Copa América live streaming

A screen displays the logo of the Copa América 2020 during the draw of the football tournament at the Convention Centre in Cartagena, Colombia, on December 3, 2019. – The Copa America 2020 football tournament will be held jointly by Argentina and Colombia next year from June 12 to July 12. (Photo by Juan BARRETO / AFP) (Photo by JUAN BARRETO/AFP via Getty Images)

Bolivia’s miserable form continues.

On Monday night, la Verde made the perfect start to their Copa América campaign, taking a tenth minute lead against Paraguay through Erwin Saavedra’s penalty.

But then, the game turned in the ninth minute of first half stoppage time, yes you read that right, when 19 year old forward Jaume Cuéllar was sent off for a second bookable offence.

A man down, it was always going to be very tough for Bolivia and so it proved as Paraguay came back to win 3-1 at Estádio Olímpico Pedro Ludovico.

Having lost to the weakest side in the group, aside from themselves, it’s now going to be a real uphill struggle for Bolivia from here.

Bolivia’s glory days came back in the mid-1990s when they qualified for USA ’94 and reached the Copa América Final on home soil in 1997.

Since then though, they been the whipping boys of South American football.

La Verde have only won one of their last 27 Copa América matches, going out in the group stages in seven of the last eight editions.

They’ve also won just 23 of their last 113 World Cup Qualifiers, since making it the World Cup in the U.S.

César Farías’ side play Uruguay and then Argentina after this so, even with only one team eliminated per group, Bolivia are in trouble already.

Will they win a competitive fixture outside of La Paz for the first time since 2015?

Can Chile continue their positive start?

Chile meanwhile won this competition in 2015 and 2016, having never previously lifted major silverware before this double success.

However, la Roja are nowhere near as strong as they were back then, emphasised by the fact they failed to qualify for World Cup 2018.

Martín Lasarte’s side kicked off this Copa América campaign at Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos on Monday evening against Argentina, the side they beat in both of those Copa Finals.

However, they found themselves 1-0 down at half time thanks to a trademark Lionel Messi free-kick that Claudio Bravo was unable to keep out.

However, just after half time, Chile were awarded a penalty, after a long VAR delay, when Arturo Vidal was fouled in the area.

Vidal himself stepped up but his effort was saved by Emi Martínez, bounced onto the crossbar, and the rebound was smuggled in by Eduardo Vargas.

That’s his 13th Chile goal at Copas, extending his own record.

After that, the final half an hour was relatively uneventful as it finished all squad in Rio de Janeiro.

Given that the top four in these five team groups advance, and that Bolivia are more than likely to be the team eliminated, bigger nations like Chile can ease their way into the competition.

If they were to win this one, Chile could absolutely start looking ahead to the quarter-finals at the start of July.

Will Chile be too strong at Arena Pantanal in Cuiabá?

Prediction: Chile 2-0 Bolivia

Atlético Mineiro’s Eduardo Vargas has scored 39 international goals but only one of those has been against Bolivia.

Chile though have only lost one of their last 15 meetings with Bolivia, dating back to 2000, and have never lost to them in a competitive game outside Bolivia.

Claudio Bravo saves in penalty shoot out for Chile v Portugal

KAZAN, RUSSIA – JUNE 28: Claudio Bravo of Chile saves Portugal second penatly during the penalty shoot out during the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 Semi-Final between Portugal and Chile at Kazan Arena on June 28, 2017 in Kazan, Russia. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

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Chile vs Bolivia live streaming: Watch Copa América 2021 online, preview and predictions FAQs

When does Chile vs Bolivia kick off?
22:00 (UK), 17:00 (ET), Friday 18 June 2021.
What is the best way to watch Chile vs Bolivia?
USA: Fubo TV. UK: BBC.
What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for Chile vs Bolivia?
Chile 2-0 Bolivia.