Argentina and Chile will meet the following Monday, June 14, at 23:00 GMT+2, for the first date of Group B of the Copa America 2021. The match will be played at the Nilton Santos Olympic Stadium, located in Rio de Janeiro.
Although their coaches have not yet confirmed the teams, there is great expectation for the duel that always awakens an old rivalry between them. The last meeting between these two was during the South American Qualifying match for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
The last match played between the two for Copa America was on July 6, 2019, where Argentina won 2-1 in the game for the third place in that edition, where Lionel Messi was expelled, along with Gary Medel, 37 minutes into the first half due to an altercation between the two. Both players are supposed to start next Monday in Rio de Janeiro.
In this new edition, it is expected that both teams can match their previous performance, where they managed to be among the four best teams in the tournament.
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It is a crucial match for both selected teams, since starting the competition with a win is very important to position themselves at the top of the group and gain confidence for the next games.
Group B is also made up of Uruguay, Paraguay, and Bolivia, thus having Argentina face all its neighboring countries, except for Brazil, which is part of Group A with Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela.
The four best teams in each group will go to the following direct elimination round.