Copa America 2021: Argentina vs. Bolivia Kickoff Time, How to Watch on TV and Online

Argentina can clinch the top spot in Group A and guarantee itself a theoretically easier quarterfinal opponent with a win against Bolivia on Monday, in the final round of games in the group stages of the Copa America.

The Albiceleste has already earned a spot in the knockout phase with two wins and a draw in its first three games and currently leads Group A by a point over Paraguay, which it defeated 1-0 last week.

With qualification to the quarterfinals already secured, all there is left to decide is whether Argentina will progress as the group winner or not. Doing so will see Lionel Messi and his teammates face Ecuador, who finished fourth in Group B, on Sunday.

Meanwhile, finishing second will set up a meeting against Colombia, who came third in Group A, also on Saturday.

Matching Paraguay's result against Uruguay will be enough for Argentina to top the group, while a draw would suffice as long as Paraguay fails to win. A defeat, meanwhile, would leave Lionel Scaloni's team open to be overtaken in the top spot by either Paraguay or Uruguay—the former would do so with a draw or a win in such scenario, while the latter would need a win as it is currently three points adrift of Argentina and with an inferior goal difference.

It would require a major leap of imagination, however, to expect Bolivia to derail the Albiceleste's quest. Bottom of Group A with three defeats in as many games, Bolivia boasts the unenviable record of being the only team in the tournament yet to pick up a point, as well as having the worst attack and the joint-worst defense with one goal scored and six conceded.

Argentina has scored just three goals so far but has kept two consecutive clean sheets and should have far too much quality for Bolivia, which it has defeated twice in the last three competitive meetings.

Messi is set to become the most-capped player in Argentinian soccer history as he is poised to play his 148th game for the national team, which would put him one clear of Javier Mascherano's record of 147 appearances.

Here's all you need to know ahead of the game.

Lionel Messi at the Copa America
Lionel Messi celebrates Alejandro Gomez's winning goal for Argentina against Paraguay at Mane Garrincha Stadium on June 21 in Brasilia, Brazil. MB Media/Getty Images

When is Argentina vs. Bolivia?

Argentina takes on Bolivia at the Arena Pantanal in Cuiabá on Monday, June 28. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET.

How to watch Argentina vs. Bolivia on TV

The game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports 1, while UniMas and TUDN will carry the game with Spanish commentary.

How to watch Argentina vs. Bolivia online

A live stream of the game will be available via FOX Sports, UniMas and TUDN's digital platforms as well as via streaming services fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV and Vidgo.

Argentina vs. Bolivia odds

Argentina is a 1-7 favorite with William Hill and 1-8 with DraftKings, while Bolivia is a 22-1 outsider with both bookmakers and the draw is at 7-1.

The "yes" on both teams to score is at 6-4, while the "No" is at 1-2 and Lionel Messi is a 2-1 favorite to open the scoring.