Argentina vs Uruguay: how and where to watch: times, TV, online
How to watch the international friendly as Argentina face Uruguay in Israel. The game will be staged at Bloomfield Stadium (Tel Aviv) on 18 November with kick-off at 20:15 CET.
Despite this match taking place more than 10,000 km from South America, an Argentina vs. Uruguay clash is always an attractive proposition with Monday's game in Tel Aviv set to be no different.
A recent surge in violence in the region last week cast doubt about the game going ahead with worry growing in Argentina about security for the "Albiceleste" squad following one of the more serious escalations of the violence in the last few years in the region.
Last Friday's Israel Euro 2020 qualifier in Jerusalem however passed off with no security issues and at 20:15 in Bloomfield Stadium the South American giants will face off with Lionel Messi set to face his Barcelona strike partner Luis Suarez.
What time does the Argentina-Uruguay game kick off?
The international friendly between Argentina and Uruguay kicks off at 20:15 CET at Bloomfield stadium (Tel Aviv, Israel) on Monday 18 November.
That's 19:15 in the UK, 14:15 in New York, 16:15 in Buenos Aires and 21:15 in Tel Aviv.
If you are in another timezone, you can find out here what time the Argentina-Uruguay match starts wherever you are in the world.
Where can I watch Argentina-Uruguay?
In Uruguay: VTV Uruguay
In Argentina: TyC Sports Argentina
In Spain: DAZN
In the USA: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Fanatiz USA
In the UK: no listed broadcast
Argentina-Uruguay: AS English live coverage
You can also follow all the action from Tel Aviv right here on AS English. Robbie will be on hand to bring you all the pre-match build-up ahead of our inimitable live coverage.
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