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Euro 2016 Day 5; Copa America Centenario Day 12: Game times, TV schedule, live streaming

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After all the excitement of the Belgium vs. Italy match, it's time to relax with a Tuesday schedule of just four matches, two each at the Euros and the Copa America.  Though the prospect of Austria vs. Hungary does have a bit of historic significance, not just in terms of actual world history but football history as well.  It's the second most-played match in international football, and the impact of Hungarians and the Austrian school on the early development of football cannot be understated.

AUSTRIA vs. HUNGARY

When:  17:00 BST; 12pm EDT
Where:  Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux, Bordeaux
On TV:  ITV 1 (UK); ESPN, ESPN Deportes (USA); elsewhere
Streaming online:  ITV live (UK); ESPN3 (USA)

Who / What to watch for: For the monarchy!  Austria is a popular dark horse candidate; meanwhile, Hungary are contesting their first major international tournament since 1986.  They wrote many books about Hungary's massive failures in 1986.  At least expectations have become far more grounded in the intervening 30 years.

PORTUGAL vs. ICELAND

When:  20:00 BST; 3pm EDT
Where:  Stade Geoffroy-Guichard, Saint-Ètienne
On TV:  BBC One (UK); ESPN, ESPN Deportes (USA); elsewhere
Streaming online:  BBC iPlayer (UK); ESPN3 (USA)

Who / what to watch for: Eidur Gudjohnsen, the ageless wonder, takes on Cristiano Ronaldo.  It's like that Nike commercial, but probably better.

CHILE vs. PANAMA

When:  8pm EDT; 01:00 BST (next day)
Where:  Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
On TV: Premier Sports (UK); Fox Sports 1, Univision (USA); elsewhere
Streaming online: Fox Soccer 2Go

Who / what to watch for: Chile need at least a draw to advance into the knockout round.

ARGENTINA vs. BOLIVIA

When:  10pm EDT; 03:00 BST (next day)
Where:  Centurylink Field, Seattle, WA
On TV: Premier Sports (UK); Fox Sports 1, Univision (USA); elsewhere
Streaming online: Fox Soccer 2Go

Who / what to watch for: Argentina have already qualified, so now they get to start all the bums and terrible players on the team, like Aguero and Lamela and Biglia.  Maybe Messi will come on late for another 20-minute hat-trick.

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