Canada vs Chile lineups, odds, and where to watch

The game on the 30th of June will be the two teams’ last chance to punch their tickets for the next Copa America stage. Which side will emerge victorious at Inter & Co Stadium? What do the Canada vs Chile odds look like? Where can I watch Canada vs Chile? The answers to these questions are located below.

Canada vs Chile Lineups

Canada lost their opening Copa America game against almighty Argentina and will now, coach Marsh will have to use the full power of his squad to crush Chile and advance to the next stage.

Canada lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

Derek Cornelius had some minor health issues ahead of the kick-off, but he is back to full fitness and is expected to be among the starters for his team. Portland Timbers’ shot-stopper Crepeau is also probably going to be a starter under the sticks for the Canucks.

Canada predicted lineup: Crepeau (GK), Cornelius, Johnston, Davies, Bombito, Kone, Millar, Eustaquio, Buchanan, David & Larin

Player to watch: Alphonso Davies

23-year-old Alphonso Davies is Canada’s captain. That was coach Jesse Marsh’s decision and one he sticks to. The Bayern Munich superstar is undoubtedly the most important player for his team, as his sheer market value is set at about €50m right now.

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Davis is under the spotlight this week – Photo by Icon Sport

Chile lineup – injuries, suspensions, and other news

Dario Osorio got called up for international duty for Chile and we might just see the up-and-coming winger play on the last day of June. Moreover, 41-year-old veteran Bravo will be the starting goalkeeper for his team in this Copa America game, which might be his last with the national jersey.

Chile predicted lineup: Bravo (GK), Isla, Suazo, Lichnovsky, Catalan, Nunez, Pulgar, Davila, Sanchez, Valdes & Vargas

Player to watch: Claudio Bravo

Yes, Claudio Bravo did have to leave the pitch in the match against Paraguay on the 12th of June, but it was nothing serious. Unfortunately, for Canada, he will be among the starters for his team against the Canucks.

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Claudio Bravo is the very definition of ‘old but gold' – Photo by Icon Sport

Canada vs Chile starting lineup

Check out the chart below to find out the two teams’ starting 11s before the kick-off. The data will be available shortly before the start of the match.

Canada

Canada
4-2-3-1
16
Maxime Crepeau
ca
2
Alistair Johnston
ca
15
Moise Bombito
ca
13
Derek Cornelius
ca
22
Richie Laryea
ca
21
Jonathan Osorio
ca
7
Stephen Eustaquio
ca
14
Jacob Shaffelburg
ca
10
Jonathan David
ca
19
Alphonso Davies
ca
9
Cyle Larin
ca
Substitutes
11
Theo Bair
ca
8
Ismael Kone
ca
23
Liam Millar
ca
24
Mathieu Choiniere
ca
4
Kamal Miller
ca
1
Dayne St. Clair
ca
17
Tajon Buchanan
ca
12
Jacen Russell-Rowe
ca
5
Joel Waterman
ca
25
Tani Oluwaseyi
ca
20
Ali Ahmed
ca
26
Kyle Hiebert
ca
3
Luc De Fougerolles
ca
18
Thomas McGill
ca
6
Samuel Piette
ca

Chile

Chile
4-2-3-1
12
Gabriel Arias
cl
4
Mauricio Isla
cl
16
Igor Lichnovsky
cl
3
Guillermo Maripan
cl
2
Gabriel Suazo
cl
7
Marcelino Nunez
cl
18
Rodrigo Echeverria
cl
8
Dario Osorio
cl
10
Alexis Sanchez
cl
9
Victor Davila
cl
11
Eduardo Vargas
cl
Substitutes
5
Paulo Diaz
cl
20
Maximiliano Guerrero
cl
21
Matias Catalan
cl
26
Nicolas Fernandez
cl
24
Cesar Perez
cl
17
Esteban Pavez
cl
6
Thomas Galdames
cl
23
Brayan Cortes
cl
14
Cristian Zavala
cl
13
Erick Pulgar
cl
25
Benjamin Kuscevic
cl
22
Ben Brereton
cl
19
Marcos Bolados
cl

Where to watch Canada vs Chile

If you are wondering where to watch the Canada vs Chile game, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we will add information regarding your options to watch this game live.

Where to watch Canada vs Chile on TV

To watch Canada vs Chile on TV, you’d have to tune into TUDN or FOX Sports.

Where to watch Canada vs Chile online

You can enjoy Canada vs Chile online with the help of FOX Sports App and FuBo.

Canada vs Chile odds

  • Canada odds: +110 – 46.1%
  • DRAW: +255 – 28.9%
  • Chile Odds: +290 – 25.0%

*These Canada vs Chile odds are subject to change

BTTS seems very plausible here, as the two sides desperately need to win. The odds are priced at -133, giving the 22 on the pitch a 57.08% chance of finding the net on the 30th of June.

Latest stats for Canada vs Chile

In this section of our article, we will familiarize you with the latest Canada vs Chile statistics.

Last five games for Canada

Canada’s 2-0 loss at the start of the Copa America is the least of Marsh’s concerns. Previously, the team also failed to win against the likes of France and the Netherlands.

Copa America 14/07/24

L

Uruguay

Uruguay

2 (4)

Canada

Canada

2 (3)

Copa America 10/07/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

2

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 06/07/24

W

Venezuela

Venezuela

1 (3)

Canada

Canada

1 (4)

Copa America 30/06/24

D

Chile

Chile

0

Canada

Canada

0

Copa America 25/06/24

W

Peru

Peru

0

Canada

Canada

1

Last five games for Chile

Chile got a couple of very impressive results lately. They lost to France, but the 3-2 score could’ve easily been different on a luckier day. Moreover, Bravo and his colleagues bested Paraguay and Albania in the two international friendlies prior to the start of the Copa America.

Copa America 30/06/24

D

Canada

Canada

0

Chile

Chile

0

Copa America 26/06/24

L

Argentina

Argentina

1

Chile

Chile

0

Copa America 22/06/24

D

Peru

Peru

0

Chile

Chile

0

International Match 12/06/24

W

Paraguay

Paraguay

0

Chile

Chile

3

International Match 26/03/24

L

France

France

3

Chile

Chile

2

Canada vs Chile H2H

The two teams are no strangers to each other. They battled it out three times in the past – two victories for Chile and one for Canada back in the 80s and 90s.


Zack is a longtime football fan, writer, and bettor. He also has experience playing and coaching the game of football at a local level. His interest in the MLS, Liga MX and the Canadian Premier League adds a new dimension to the content we have at FootballWhispers.