Costa Rica vs Paraguay Copa America – Where to Watch, Preview June...

Costa Rica vs Paraguay Copa America – Where to Watch, Preview June 4, 2016


The Copa America‘s second match will take place when Costa Rica and Paraguay face-off this Saturday, June 4, 2016 (2:00 PM Pacific) at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Both teams will play to win as this is a must-win encounter in the tournaments ‘Group-of-Death’.

Costa Rica and Paraguay form part of Group A which has been widely considered as the ‘Group-of-Death’. The USA is the tournament’s host plus they are never an easy opponent, Colombia has one of the most talented rosters in the competition, while Costa Rica and Paraguay are two opponents who have a good possibility of reaching the next round. All-in-all, while Colombia is the only strong title contender of the group, all four teams have a strong chance of reaching the quarterfinals.

Where to Watch USA vs Colombia Copa America

The Costa Rica vs Paraguay Copa America Group A match will be broadcast at 2:00 PM Pacific:

Watch Live Stream Online: FuboTV
TV Schedule: Univision Deportes, FOX

Match Preview

Costa Rica enters the continental tournament under many doubts and concerns. There is skepticism as to what form the ‘ticos’ reach the competition, and if will they resemble anything shown during their quarterfinal run at the last Brazil 2014 World Cup. Since Brazil, Costa Rica did coaches Jorge Luis Pinto and later Paulo Wanchope left the bench, and now Oscar Ramirez will try to lead the ‘tricolor’ toward success.

Also, the team star and absolute favorite Keylor Navas will miss yet another international competition due to an injury. Therefore, many concerns surrounds Costa Rica, yet they will be a difficult opponent to defeat this Saturday.

The Paraguayan national team, along with Costa Rica, the team least favored to reach the next round out of Group A. The team coached by Ramon Diaz has had a weak FIFA World Cup qualifier, and the team in general has been very weak for the past five years. Regardless, the ‘Guaranies’ understand how to play in Copa Americas as shown in the 2015 and 2011 editions where they finished 4th and 2nd respectively.