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

The Copa America continues with action in Group C.

Mexico v Uruguay: Group C - Copa America Centenario Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images

Mexico gave one of the more entertaining early Copa America matches in their 3-1 win over Uruguay. In a tournament that was up to that point goal starved, it provided four goals and two red cards. Mexico matches are always fun to watch if you're a neutral because their fan support is so intense. Tonight they take on CONCACAF foes Jamaica, a club that should feel slightly unlucky after a 1-0 loss to Venezuela on June 5.

The early match features Venezuela and Uruguay. Venezuela can clinch progression with a win, but Uruguay are a solid side even without star striker Luis Suarez.

The match thread is below. Enjoy!

Day Seven Schedule (Thursday, June 9, 2016)

Uruguay vs. Venezuela (Group C), 7:30 p.m. ET, Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Fox Sports 1)

Mexico vs. Jamaica (Group C), 10:00 pm ET, Rose Bowl Stadium, 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)

Match thread rules:

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