Argentina take on Colombia in one of the games of Copa America tonight as punters and fans can watch all the action online through a live stream.
Popular brand Paddy Power have announced today that they are showing the game in high quality through their website.
Its simple to watch:
- Simply click here through to the special Paddy Power landing page – then select ‘Copa America on PPTV’ on the left and select your match!
Argentina will bid to join Peru and Chile in the last four of the Copa America when they take on Colombia tonight.
Lionel Messi and his team-mates entered the tournament as favourites and so far they have lived up to their billing, coming through the group stages unbeaten.
While they may have beaten Jamaica and Uruguay, in addition to drawing with Paraguay, Tata Martino’s have failed to light up the big stage despite boasting attacking talent such as Sergio Aguero, Carlo Tevez, Angel di Maria, Gonzalo Higuain and of course Messi.
Colombia to upset Argentina?
The world cup runners-up have scored just four goals in their opening three games although their strong defensive cohesion has seen just two goals shipped and back to back clean sheets.
If Argentina have lived up to the box office billing in terms of job done to date then it is fair to say Colombia have been something of a failure.
They finished third in their group, a surprise 1-0 win over Brazil compensating somewhat for the defeat to Venezuela and a draw with Peru.
Manager Jose Pekerman will be without Edwin Valencia due to a knee injury however the real problem facing the coach is in attack where Radamel Falcao has struggled. The Colombian’s have scored just one goal in their three games to date, although they have also just conceded one.
Pekerman must decide whether to continue with the Monaco man upfront alongside, Teo Gutierrez, Carlos Bacca or bring in Jackson Martinez and move James Rodriguez into a more central playmaking role.
Colombia record against Argentina
Colombia have a poor recent record against Argentina, winning just one of their last 11 meetings, a 2-1 win in 2007 in a World Cup Qualifier, however with the promise of a potential mouth-watering semi-final clash with Brazil up for grabs, both sides will be keen to make their mark.
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