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July 7, 2 p.m. ET.
Ghana qualified from a horrendous group in third place thanks to a tournament allowance, and while many thought they were there to make up the numbers, they clearly had other ideas.
They knocked Portugal out in the round of 16 to reach the quarter-finals, becoming the first nation to stop the prolific Bruma from scoring and halting the finalists two years ago in their tracks.
They have explosive talent running through the squad and were touted as a side who could upset the big boys before the tournament started. If they want to progress to the semifinals, they're going to have to upset another.
Chile were extremely slow starters in the competition but found a way to win that all-important first game. Despite Cristian Cuevas' sending off, they defeated a superior Egypt side and used it as a platform to progress.
Their win over Croatia in the round of 16 was a serious achievement considering how well Dinko Jelicic's men have been playing, and will now carry the torch for the South American sides in Turkey.
Chile love to play the ball along the floor and will look to break Ghana down using Angelo Henriquez's movement and Bryan Rabello's technical prowess.
The Black Satellites will likely play how they always do: direct, speedy and with one thing on their minds—finding the back of the net.