After a thrilling victory over Venezuela in the quarterfinals of the Copa America, the Canadian men’s soccer team is gearing up to face off against Argentina in what promises to be an exciting semifinal showdown on Tuesday night.

The match will take place at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., and will be broadcasted live on TSN,, and the TSN App starting at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. Here are five key points to keep in mind for this highly anticipated matchup:

Déjà Vu: The 48th-ranked Canadian team will be looking to secure their first-ever win against the No. 1 ranked Argentina, who are the current Copa America and World Cup champions led by the legendary Lionel Messi. Canada will have a chance at redemption after falling to Argentina 2-0 in the opening match of the tournament on June 20.

About the Copa: The Copa America is a prestigious quadrennial tournament that brings together the top men’s teams from South America, with guest teams from North America and Asia also participating. This year’s tournament, the 48th edition, is co-organized by CONMEBOL and CONCACAF, and features a total of 16 teams competing for the title.

Beginner’s Luck?: This is Canada’s first appearance in the Copa America, and they have already made history by reaching the semifinals. In contrast, Argentina has an impressive track record in the tournament, having won the title 15 times in the past. The Canadian team’s success in this year’s competition is a testament to their talent and determination.

Maritimes Messi: Canadian players Alphonso Davies and Jonathan David have been shining in the tournament, but it’s Jacob Shaffelburg of Nashville SC who is turning heads with his performances. The 24-year-old winger, dubbed the “Maritimes Messi,” has been a standout player for Canada, scoring crucial goals and delivering strong performances on the field.

Hot Start for Marsch: Jesse Marsch, Canada’s head coach, has had a remarkable start to his tenure with the team. Despite some initial challenges, including a loss to the Netherlands and a draw with France in friendlies, Marsch has led Canada to a successful run in the Copa America. His experience coaching in top leagues around the world has been invaluable to the team’s progress.

As the Canadian team prepares to take on Argentina in the semifinals, fans are eagerly anticipating what promises to be an exciting and competitive match between the two sides. Stay tuned for more updates and coverage of the Copa America semifinal clash between Canada and Argentina.