Great Britain take on Argentina in the first semi-final of the 2016 Davis Cup at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow between 16 and 18 September.
Where to watch live
Match starts at 1pm BST on 16 and 18 September, while it will begin at 2pm BST on 17September. Live TV coverage in the UK will be available on BBC Sport and British Eurosport. Live scores and updates will be available on the Davis Cup website.
Scroll down for a list of broadcasters providing coverage of the game from across the world.
Reigning Davis Cup champions Great Britain come into this clash on the back of a 3-2 team win over Serbia in the quarter-final. Two singles wins for Kyle Edmund along with a win for the doubles team of Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot were enough for the team to scrape through to the semi-final round.
Great Britain will be spearheaded by world number two Andy Murray, who will be leading their charge with Evans, Edmund and Murray poised to give him support. The hosts come into this clash as favourites, considering they have players who are on the rise in the world of tennis. All eyes though will be on Murray, who is expected to be the star attraction come 16 September.
Their opponents Argentina reached the semi-final stage after cruising past Italy 3-1 in the quarter-final at Pesaro. This in fact, was the South Americans 11th appearance in the last 15 years at the Davis Cup, with Federico Delbonis the star of the show earning two singles victory.
The returning Juan Martin del Potro too got into action, teaming up with Guido Pella to win their doubles clash. The Argentinians will be confident considering they have beaten Great Britain the last three times they have met.
Betting odds (888sport)
- Great Britain: 1/4
- Argentina: 14/5
The two teams have faced each other four times in the past, with Argentina leading 3-1. Their most recent meeting was in the first round in 2008 with the South Americans coming out on top 4-1.
Davis Cup broadcasters list
|United Kingom||BBC & British EuroSport|
|Canada||Rogers Sportsnet, TVA|
|Uzbekistan||Sport Uzteleradio Channel|
|France||BeIN Sports/France TV|