Copa America 2019: Where to Watch Lionel Messi and Argentina in Third Spot Playoff vs. Chile, Live Stream, Odds

Argentina and Chile meet at the business end of the Copa America for the third consecutive edition, but this time there will be little more than pride at stake as they square off in the third-place playoff.

La Seleccion's 26-year wait for a major trophy will continue at least until next year after it was eliminated 2-0 by Brazil in the semifinals in controversial fashion.

Goals in each half from Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino saw the host nation reach a first Copa America final since 2007, while Lionel Messi was left fuming over Ecuadorian referee Roddy Zambrano.

"The officiating was crazy," the Barcelona maestro, who is still yet to win a major trophy with Argentina, said after the game.

"There were clear penalties, on [Nicolas] Otamendi, on Kun [Sergio Aguero].

"[The referee] was on their side. In every divided ball or dispute, he went their way."

Messi's comments were echoed by the Argentinian soccer federation, which wrote a six-page letter to Conmebol—South American soccer's governing body—to complain about the "serious and gross refereeing errors" in the defeat against Brazil.

Chile's exit from the tournament was a lot less controversial. The two-time reigning champions were trounced 3-0 by a Peru side that has emerged as the surprise package in the tournament after barely scraping through to the quarterfinals.

La Roja's aging squad defied expectations by going as far as the semifinals, but hopes of a third continental triumph were dashed in comprehensive fashion on Wednesday night.

The third-place playoff will provide Chile's golden generation with the chance for one final hurrah, but a glorious page in the country's soccer history will surely close after this tournament.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Saturday.

Lionel Messi, Copa America
Lionel Messi of Argentina looks on during the Copa America Brazil 2019 Semi Final match between Brazil and Argentina at Mineirao Stadium on July 2 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. Chris Brunskill/Fantasista/Getty

When and where is the game?

The Copa America third-place playoff is scheduled to kick off at 3 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 6 at the Arena Corinthians in Sao Paulo.

The home of Corinthians, one of Brazil's most successful clubs, the stadium was built for the 2014 World Cup and hosted six matches during the tournament, including the opening game.

TV channel

The third-place playoff will be broadcast by ESPN+ with coverage in English and Portuguese, while Telemundo will broadcast it in Spanish.

Live stream

The game will be available to be streamed via ESPN+ and Telemundo digital platforms. Live streams will also be available on fuboTV, Sling Blue, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue.

Match odds

According to data compiled by Oddschecker, Argentina is a 5/6 favorite to win in 90 minutes, while the draw is at 14/5 and Chile is a 77/19 outsider.