Copa America glory is in the sights of three Juventus names as Chile host Argentina in this evening’s final at Santiago’s Estadio Nacional.
Arturo Vidal and his team-mates will be looking to make history by going one better than Chile’s four runners-up spots achieved to date in the competition.
The hosts, coached by Jorge Sampaoli, have enjoyed a strong run to the final hurdle and are the Copa America 2015’s top scorers with 12 strikes, three of which have come from Vidal.
Aiming to silence a strong home crowd on the opposition side are Carlos Tevez and Roberto Pereyra’s Argentina, who are undefeated in 24 Copa America matches against Chile and saw off Paraguay by a convincing 6-1 scoreline to keep them in the hunt for silverware.
A win for La Albiceleste would see them join Uruguay as the most successful side in the tournament's history on 14 titles.