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How to watch Ecuador vs Haiti in Copa America Centenario: start time, TV schedule, and live stream

Les Grenadiers can knock Ecuador out of the tournament, while Los Amarillos need to win, ideally by a few goals, to have a shot at advancing to the quarterfinals.

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For USMNT fans, it's all eyes on Copa America Centenario's Group B to find out the identity of the United States' quarterfinal opponent.

First up is Ecuador and Haiti.

Les Grenadiers are out of the tournament, having lost both their preceding matches. A narrow loss to Peru in their opening group stage game was encouraging, but then Brazil trampled Haiti in a 7-1 win in Orlando. The Haitians are playing for pride now.

They will be up against an Ecuador side that wrestled Brazil to a 0-0 draw in Pasadena, and followed that with a determined 2-2 tie against Peru.

Los Amarillos fought back from two goals down in the latter game, reminding the rest of the field that they are a dangerous team in front of goal. To advance to the quarterfinals, Ecuador must beat Haiti - that much is certain.

If there is a winner in the game between Brazil and Peru, Ecuador (assuming it wins against Haiti) will move through the quarterfinals as the Group B runner-up with five points.

If there is a tie between Brazil and Peru, La Tricolor still has a decent shot at advancing on tiebreakers. To feel reasonably confident about making the knockout stage, Ecuador will want to score a minimum of two goals against Haiti - and the more the better (and win, of course). In the event Les Grenadiers cough up seven goals again, Los Amarillos may have a shot at winning Group B: if they can better Brazil's +6 goal difference, then they will be the group winner if Peru ties its CONMEBOL rival.

Ecuador vs. Haiti

When: 6:30 pm, Eastern; 12 June, 2016

Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

TV: FS2, Univision, Univision Deportes

Online: Fox Sports GO, Fox Soccer 2GO, fubo.tv