When will Uruguay vs. Colombia play in the 2024 Copa América semi-finals?

When will Uruguay vs. Colombia play in the 2024 Copa América semi-finals?
When will Uruguay vs. Colombia play in the 2024 Copa América semi-finals?


Uruguay and Colombia They will face each other this Wednesday to define the second finalist of the Copa America USA 2024The match is scheduled for 9pm (Argentine time) at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte and will be broadcast live on DSports and Flow Channel 116which is why it can also be watched online on the digital platforms DGO and Flow. In addition, on Canchallena you can follow the minute-by-minute with information and statistics updated instantly.

In the run-up to the match that the Mexican will referee Cesar Arturo Ramos Palazuelosthe betting forecasts favor the Uruguayan team minimally with a maximum rate of 3.02 against 2.95 for their defeat, that is, a victory for the Colombian team. A draw, which would take the definition to penalties, comes at 3.10. The winner will advance to the final on July 14 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami vs. the winner of Argentina vs. Canada while the loser will have to play the duel for third place against the loser of those two teams.

Copa America 2024 – Semifinal

The match will see two of the teams that have shown the best level in the tournament and have Argentine coaches face to face. Marcelo Bielsain the Celeste, will not be able to count on the suspended Nahit Nández (he was sent off against Brazil for a harsh infraction on Rodrygo) nor the injured person Ronald Araujo. In the other side, Nestor Lorenzo has its 26 players at its disposal to extend its unbeaten streak of 24 games without defeats.

Uruguay was the last team to qualify for the semi-finals after defeating the Canarinha on penalties after a 0-0 draw in a match that, as expected, was very close. In the shoot-out, Sergio Rochet stopped the shot of Eder Militao and made his team start the series with an advantage after the score of Federico Valverde. Then, Douglas Luiz missed the third for Brazil and, after the save by Alisson a Jose Maria Gimenez, Manuel Ugarte determined the outcome.

Colombia was the third team to advance to the next round and, in turn, the only one to do so without having to take penalties. They beat Panama 5-0 on a night of jubilation in which they were vastly superior. The goals were scored by John Cordoba, James Rodriguez, Luis Diaz, Richard Rios y Miguel Borja.

Darwin Núñez and James Rodríguez, key players for Uruguay and Colombia, respectively

The last time the two countries met was last year in the South American qualifiers for the 2026 World Cup, when they drew 2-2 in Montevideo.


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