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Losers in the 2015 Copa America semi-finals, Peru and Paraguay are slated to meet each other on July 4, 07:30 (GMT+8) to decide who gets third and fourth place honours and end the tournament proud nonetheless. Ramon Diaz's side have consistently performed well. Following their defeat against Argentina, can Paraguay regain their composure and beat Peru? Peru narrowly lost to Chile in their semi-final last week and have also been impressive all tournament.
As expected, Chile made it to the finals. However, they are not the favourites to win the title, but Argentina. In the semi-finals, coach Gerardo Martino's side showed how good they really are via a 6-1 win over Paraguay. Chile may have the crowd support here as the host team, but Argentina, led by Lionel Messi who is on a scoring funk, are now more confident than ever. Match is on July 5, 04:00 (GMT+8).
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Manager Bob Bradley's Stabaek were able to inch closer towards league leaders Rosenborg after a 3-2 home victory against Stromsgodset, cutting down Rosenborg’s table lead to three points. Slated to face Start IK - which are having a shaky campaign - on July 4, 21:30 (GMT+8) at Sør Arena, the second place team will be keen to extend their four-match undefeated run in this top tier league, hoping to tie Rosenborg with 33 points.
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Sitting 14th in the league table with relegation worries palpable in the air, Orebro will be desperately needing to snatch three points on July 4, 22:00 (GMT+8). But fifth place team Djurgarden will also be expected to work hard to earn a much-needed victory, as both teams look to come out from a series of draw matches against other clubs. The match will take place at the Tele2 Arena in Stockholm.
A 1-1 draw with Djurgarden took Age Hareide's Malmo a spot higher in the league table. But traveling to Norrkopings Idrottspark on July 5, 00:00 (GMT+8), opponents Norrkoping boast a five-match winning streak at home, against Malmo's inconsistent away record, having only two wins in their last five games as visitors. With Jan Andersson's men motivated as they eye a triumph in taking the second place, the defending champions will have to continue fighting.