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Argentina vs. Panama live stream: game time, TV channels, and how to watch Copa America 2016 online

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Erik Lamela and Argentina will seek to advance out of Group D with a win against Panama.

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Argentina continue their Copa America Centenario tournament this evening in group D action against Panama. In their first match against Chile, Erik Lamela didn’t get a start (although neither did Sergio Aguero), but he did get a solid 20 minutes of action as a late game substitute and looked pretty good when he came on. Will he get a start tonight, or should he be content with his role as super-sub?

Meanwhile Tata Martino has confirmed that Lionel Messi will play tonight after recovering from a back injury, though it’s not clear if he’ll start or whether he’ll play as a reserve.

In the other game, defending Copa America champions Chile will hope to recover and snatch three points from Bolivia in order to keep their chances of advancing out of the group alive. It’s a must-win match today.

Here’s your open thread for the two games. Note that both games are on the FOX mothership tonight, so those of you with basic cable packages (or no cable) can get your football on. Roll on, Copa America.

Day Eight Schedule (Friday, June 10, 2016)

Chile vs. Bolivia (Group D), 7:00 p.m. ET, Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts (FOX)

Argentina vs. Panama (Group D), 10:00 pm ET, Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois (FOX)

How to Watch

TV: FOX, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2 (USA), Premier Sports (UK), other listings at livesoccertv.com

Streaming: Fox Sports Go (available with cable subscription), Fox Soccer2Go (subscription service)

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