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Mexico vs. Uruguay live stream: game times, TV channels, and how to watch Copa America 2016 online

Can Mexico and Uruguay save a tournament that's ben mega-boring thus far?

United States v Colombia: Group A - Copa America Centenario Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Day two of the Copa America was... well, not so exciting. Three matches and one goal scored. It's almost like this is a fake tournament that's more invested in making CONMEBOL and CONCACAF money and less about actual, interesting football, huh?

But never mind that, because until the Euros kick off next week it's all we've got. Two more matches on tap today and this evening, and hopefully Mexico vs. Uruguay can help turn around what's been a dullsville tournament thus far. Tottenham doesn't have any players involved on the roster, but Mexico is looking like a team that could challenge for the title, and then there's our favorite cannibal Luis Suarez and Uruguay. Should be a fun match.

Here's your open thread for these matches as well as any other match you'd like to talk about. Knock yourselves out!

Happy Sunday!

Day Three Schedule (Sunday, June 5, 2016)

Jamaica vs. Venezuela (Group C), 5:00 p.m. ET, Soldier Field, Chicago (Fox Sports 2)

Mexico vs. Uruguay (Group C), 8:00 pm ET, University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona (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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