Argentina vs Brazil FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for Copa America final

ARGENTINA and Brazil will go head-to-head for the Copa America crown in Rio.

The tournament hosts have been superb so far under Tite, navigating through the knockout stages without conceding a goal.

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Lionel Messi is hoping to inspire Argentina to a first title since 1993, but they needed extra-time to see off Colombia last time out.

When is Argentina vs Brazil?

  • The 2021 Copa America final is set for Sunday, July 11.
  • Kick-off is at 1am BST.
  • These two nations last met in November 2019, when a Messi strike gave Argentina a 1-0 friendly win.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

You can catch all of the action live on free-to-air TV here in the UK.

The match will be shown on the BBC Red Button.

Simply head to BBC ONE, hit the red button on your remote and select the match from the menu.

If you want to stream, the BBC iPlayer will allow you to watch the game live or from the beginning if you're a bit late to the party.

What is the team news?

Gabriel Jesus will not play the final for Brazil as he is suspended following his two-game suspension for his red card against Chile.

Lucas Paqueta will take his place and rightly so, as the forward has scored the winner in Brazil's last two games.

Marquinhos and Thiago Silva will likely continue as a back pair for the Brazilians.

Lionel Messi will lead the line for Argentina as he looks to win his first ever Copa America title.

Lautaro Martinez will join him up top, meaning Sergio Aguero will start on the bench.

Rodrigo De Paul and Leandro Paredes should start alongside Giovani Lo Celso in the middle of the park.

And Emiliano Martinez will continue in goal for the Argentines.

Match odds

  • Brazil to win – 11/10
  • Draw – 16/5
  • Argentina victory – 3/1
  • Brazil to lift cup – 6/10
  • Argentina to end 18-year wait – 11/8

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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