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Chile vs Argentina: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview

3:00 AM MYT 28/01/2022
Chile - Argentina
Argentina look to continue their strong form in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying when they make the short trip to neighbours Chile
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Chile welcome Argentina to Santiago in CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying, with Lionel Scaloni's men aiming to continue their strong form in the tournament.

The Albiceleste are currently unbeaten in their 13 qualifiers so far, a run which has seen them qualify for this winter's World Cup with a number of games to spare.

Chile, meanwhile, are in desperate need of a win to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for Qatar 2022, with La Roja currently in sixth place in the table and only the top four guaranteed a place at the showpiece this November.

Ahead of the game, GOAL brings you everything you need to know, including how to watch, team news, odds and more.


Chile vs Argentina



Kick-off time

12.15am GMT

Chile vs Argentina TV channel, live stream & how to watch

Premier Sports is showing Chile vs Argentina live on TV in the United Kingdom (UK) and the game can also be streamed live online using the Premier Sports player.

UK TV channel

UK online stream

Premier Sports

Premier Sports player

Chile team news & squad




Bravo, Cortes, Perez


Diaz, Isla, Huerta, Medel, Fuenzalida, Maripan, Kuscevic, Mena, Suazo, Vegas


Alarcon, Allende, Aranguiz, Baeza, Galdames, Mendez, Meneses, Nunez, Parra, Pulgar


Brereton, Davila, Montecinos, Morales, Sanchez, Vargas

Midfield stalwart Arturo Vidal has not been selected for the squad as he is suspended following his red card against Ecuador in the side's last World Cup qualifier.

Predicted Chile starting XI: Bravo, Medel, Maripan, Huerta, Mena, Baeza, Alarcon, Nunez, Isla, Vargas, Sanchez

Argentina team news & squad




Armani, Martinez, Musso, Andrada


Acuna, Lisandro Martinez, Lucas Martinez, Molina, Montiel, Otamendi, Perez, Pezzella, Tagliafico


Buendia, De Paul, Di Maria, Gomez, Lo Celso, Mac Allister, Meza, Ocampos, Paredes


Alavrez, Correa, Dybala, Gonzalez, Lautaro Martinez

Lionel Messi has not been called up to the squad as he continues his recovery from Covid-19, while Tottenham defender Cristian Romero is unavailable through injury.

Predicted Argentina starting XI: Martinez, Acuna, Otamendi, Pezzella, Molina, Paredes, Lo Celso, De Paul, Di Maria, Correa, Lautaro Martinez

Betting odds & tips

Chile are marginal favourites to beat Argentina at 13/8 with bet365. Argentina for their part can be backed at 17/10.

Alexis Sanchez is favourite to be first goalscorer at 4/1, while Lautaro Martinez can be backed at 13/2.

Each of the last three meetings between these nations has ended as a draw and another stalemate can be backed at 21/10.

Recent results & form

Chile last five results

Argentina last five results

El Salvador 1-1 Chile (12/12/21)

Argentina 0-0 Brazil (17/11/21)

Mexico 2-2 Chile (09/12/21)

Uruguay 0-1 Argentina (13/11/21)

Chile 0-2 Ecuador (17/11/21)

Argentina 1-0 Peru (15/10/21)

Paraguay 0-1 Chile (12/11/21)

Argentina 3-0 Uruguay (11/10/21)

Chile 3-0 Venezuela (15/10/21)

Paraguay 0-0 Argentina (08/10/21)

Argentina know that their job of qualifying for the World Cup is done, and as such they can approach the game with relative ease, safe in the knowledge that there is little at stake.

Chile, meanwhile, will view the game as a real opportunity, given the absence of Lionel Messi and La Roja will look to capitalise on any potential lack of Argentine motivation.

That Chile are still in with a chance of qualifying for the World Cup is down almost entirely to their home form where the majority of their points have been won, with Martin Lasarte's men only defeated in front of their own fans by leaders Brazil and third-placed Ecuador.

Odds correct at the time of writing. 18+.