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Mexico vs. Chile, Copa America 2016: Confirmed lineups

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The starting lineups are out, and the biggest talking point for Juan Carlos Osorio and the Mexico national team is that Guillermo Ochoa gets his second start of the tournament. Ochoa was superb in his clean-sheet against Jamaica, and he is back in the Mexican goal.

Meanwhile, Rafael Marquez drops to the bench, with Osorio opting for Jesus Dueñas in the midfield instead of the Mexican captain. In addition, Hirving "Chucky" Lozano gets his second straight start of the tournament after playing all 90 minutes against Venezuela.

Chile, on the other hand, will field their strongest squad available, with the exception of Mauricio Isla who is suspended for this game. As such, former Club America player Jean Beausejour will start the game as full back.

You will be able to watch the game at 10pm EST on Univision, Univision Deportes Network, FX, or stream live on Fox Sports GO and fuboTV.

Mexico Lineup: Ochoa; Aguilar, Araujo, Moreno, Layun; Herrera, Dueñas, Guardado; Tecatito, Chicharito, Chucky Lozano

Chile Lineup: Bravo; Fuenzalida, Medel, Jara, Beausejour; Aranguiz, Vidal, Diaz; Puch, Vargas, Sanchez