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2007 Copa America TV Schedule
July 9th, 2007 7AM

TAGS:  copa america


July 10 in Maracaibo (Univision, GolTV-English, 8:30 pm ET)
Brazil vs. Uruguay
July 11 in Puerto Ordaz (Univision, 8:30 pm ET)
Mexico vs. Argentina

July 14 in Caracas (Univision, GolTV-English, 5 pm ET)

July 15 in Maracaibo (Univision, GolTV-English, 5 pm ET)

June 26 in San Cristobal
Peru 3 Uruguay 0
June 26 in Merida
Venezuela 2 Bolivia 2
June 30 in San Cristobal
Uruguay 1 Bolivia 0
June 30 in San Cristobal
Venezuela 2 Peru 0
July 3 in Merida
Bolivia 0 Peru
July 3 in Merida 
Venezuela 0 Uruguay 0
Final Standings: 1. Venezuela 5 points; 2. Peru 4; 3. Uruguay 4; 4. Bolivia 2.

June 27 in Puerto Ordaz
Chile 3 Ecuador 0
June 27 in Puerto Ordaz
Mexico 2 Brazil 0
July 1 in Maturin
July 1 in Maturin
July 4 in Puerto la Cruz
Mexico 0 Chile 0
July 4 in Puerto la Cruz
Brazil 1 Ecuador 0
Final Standings: 1. Mexico 7 points; 2. Brazil 6; 3. Chile 4; 4. Ecuador 0.

June 28 in Maracaibo
Paraguay 5 Colombia 0
June 28 in Maracaibo
Argentina 4 USA 1
July 2 in Barinas
Paraguay 3 USA 1
July 2 in Maracaibo
Argentina 4 Colombia 2
July 5 in Barquisimeto
Colombia 1 USA 0
July 5 in Barquisimeto
Final Standings: 1. Argentina 9 points; 2. Paraguay 6; 3. Colombia ; 4. USA 0.

July 7 in Barinas
Venezuela 1 Uruguay 4
July 7 in San Cristobal (TeleFutura, GolTV-English, 8:30 pm ET)
Brazil 6 Chile 1
July 8 in Maturin (Univision, GolTV-English, 4 pm ET)
Mexico 6 Paraguay 0
July 8 in Barquisimeto (Univision, GolTV-English, 6:30 pm ET)
Argentina 4 Peru 0

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