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Copa America 2016: Start times, TV schedule and live stream for Sunday/Day 3

Some serious star power today as Suarez, Chicharito, Cavani and Rondon all take the pitch.

Mexico v Canada - FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images

We are onto the third day of the Copa America and this time it is Group C's time to shine. Through the first two days, there hasn't been too much to write home about.

Yesterday, Costa Rica and Paraguay drew 0-0, putting the United States firmly in last place of Group A. Ecuador and Brazil played to a goal-less tie while Peru beat Haiti to take a surprising lead in Group C.

Today, there are two fixtures on the docket. First up is Jamaica and Venezuela. These two squads last met up back in March with the Jamaicans winning 2-1. Leicester City's Wes Morgan would be anchoring the back line for 54th-ranked Jamaica, but he is still tired from the Premier League season and won't feature today. Venezuela is the second-lowest ranked team (74th) in the tournament behind only Bolivia. They are supported by the scoring prowess of West Bromwich Albion's Salomon Rondon.

Jamaica vs. Venezuela

Match Details

Date and Time: Sunday, June 5 at 5:00 p.m. EST/2:00 p.m. WST

Stadium: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois, United States

Capacity: 61,500

Weather: 76°F/24°C, 0% chance of precipitation, 41% humidity, 16 mph winds

How to Watch

TV: FOX, Univision - United States

Premier Sports - United Kingdom

Live Stream: fuboTV, FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer 2GO, Univision Deportes

Info from LiveSoccerTV.com

The second match of the day is the one everyone will be watching as Uruguay and Mexico meet up. It may be essentially a home game for El Tri in Glendale, Arizona as the University of Phoenix Stadium is less than a three hour drive to the Mexico border, and nearby California has a huge Mexican-American population.

On the field, it's going to be all about the goal-scorers. Former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker Chicharito had a big season with Bayer Leverkusen, scoring 26 goals in 40 appearances. As a 28-year-old now, he wants to help Mexico lift some hardware after missing last summer's Gold Cup with an injury. For Uruguay, it begins and ends with attack partners Luis Suarez (Barcelona) and Edinson Cavani (PSG). A win here for either side gives them the inside track on winning the top-heavy group.

Uruguay vs. Mexico

Match Details

Date and Time: Sunday, June 5 at 8:00 p.m. at 8:00 p.m. EST/5:00 WST

Stadium: University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Arizona, United States

Capacity: 63,400

Weather: 110°F/44°C, 0% chance of precipitation, 4% humidity, 11 mph winds

How to Watch

TV: FOX Sports 1, Univision - United States

Premier Sports - United Kingdom

Live Stream: fuboTV, FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer 2GO, Univision Deportes

Info from LiveSoccerTV.com