Portugal vs. Chile: 2017 Confederations Cup Live Streaming

Portugal vs. Chile 2017 Confederations Cup Live Streaming

Portugal vs. Chile 2017 Confederations Cup Live Streaming

UEFA Euro 2016 winners Portugal take on Copa America champions Chile in the semi-finals of the 2017 Confederations Cup on Wednesday.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Alexis Sanchez will do battle in the Kazan Arena, Russia, as the nations fight for a spot in the final.

Either Germany or Mexico await the winners in the game to decide the championship.

Here is how you can watch the encounter:

Date: Wednesday, June 28
Time: 7 p.m. BST/ 2 p.m. ET
TV: ITV 1 (UK only), Fox Sports 1 (U.S. only)
Stream: ITV Hub, Sky Go, Fox Sports GO

Portugal vs. Chile Preview

Two superstars come face to face as Real Madrid icon Ronaldo meets Arsenal forward Sanchez.

La Roja limped past Australia to claim second spot in Group B in the final match of qualifying, as A Seleccao topped Group A on goal difference over Mexico.

Amitai Winehouse of the MailOnline reported burgeoning talent Bernardo Silva missed training ahead of the last-four game after picking up a knock.

Silva has impressed for the Portuguese during their time in Russia, and it is clear he could develop into major star for Manchester City after signing for the Premier League side from Monaco.

Ronaldo remains the central threat for his team after scoring twice in the tournament, but Portugal have a wealth of creative talent available to support him.

Chile appeared quiet against the Socceroos in their final group match, but they produced a solid second-half performance to qualify.

The form of Sanchez will be key against the Portuguese unit, and his ability to penetrate the defence could decide the outcome.

Per Winehouse, Portugal midfielder Pizzi is wary of the explosive capabilities of their opponents.

“Chile are one of the favourites,” Pizzi said. “They’ve players of great quality playing in big clubs worldwide, but our goal is to play the final.”

The two sides are evenly matched ahead of the semi-final in Kazan, but the individual contributions of Ronaldo and Sanchez will likely be telling at the final whistle.

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