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Copa America 2016 live stream: game times, teams, how to watch day two online

Ecuador v United States Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

The Copa America Centenario continues today with three international matches. If you're a fan of the US Men's National Team, then you'll recognize Costa Rica, a fellow member of CONCACAF that made a surprise run to the World Cup quarterfinals two years ago. This time they're without their best player, Real Madrid keeper Keylor Navas, who picked up an injury.

Also, if you like to root for the little guys, check out Haiti. Heavy underdogs in Group B, they nonetheless are fairly stout defensively and could snatch a point or two from their group even if they don't advance. Peru is probably the other weakest team in Group B, so a Haiti win would set them up nicely to maybe squeak out of the group with another draw.

The heavyweight match-up of the day is also in Group B as a Neymar-less Brazil takes on Ecuador at the Rose Bowl. Brazil is down from their heady high point of the mid 2000s and it would surprise no-one if a solid Ecuador team comes away with the points.

Day Two Schedule (Saturday, June 4, 2016)

Costa Rica vs. Paraguay (Group A), 5:00 p.m. ET, Orlando Citrus Bowl, Orlando, Florida (FOX)

Haiti vs. Peru (Group B), 7:30 p.m. ET, CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington (Fox Sports 2)

Brazil vs. Ecuador (Group B), 10:00 pm ET, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California (Fox Sports 1)

How to Watch

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

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

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