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While Socceroos fans will be watching to see if their team can overcome Peru, Denmark and France will be playing at the same time in a game that will decide Australia’s World Cup fate. This is The Roar‘s guide to streaming the match online or watching it on TV.
The clash is scheduled to begin at 12am on Wednesday, June 27, with the action taking place at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
The Socceroos will be hoping that France can dispose of the Danes. If Denmark win or even manage a draw, the Australians will be no hope of securing a spot in the Round of 16.
The Socceroos’ game with Peru is being televised on SBS, so those who want to check out the Denmark and France clash will have to tune in on SBS Viceland.
Their coverage will begin at 11.30pm (AEST) on Channel 32 for free-to-air viewers. Foxtel subscribers can catch the game on 142.
If you are looking to watch the game online, there are two ways you can do so.
You can view the SBS online coverage through the World Game website or application.
The alternative choice is to tune into the broadcast on Optus Sport. This online service will set you back $15, unless you are already an Optus customer. In that case, it’s free of charge.
If you want to catch up on the action after the game, you’ll be able to stream a replay of France versus Denmark via either SBS On Demand or Optus Sport.
Date: Wednesday, June 27 (Aus)
Kick-off time: 12am (AEST)
Venue: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia
TV: Live, SBS Viceland
Online: Live, The World Game (SBS) and Optus Sport
Betting: France $2.25, Denmark $4.50, Draw $2.63
Overall record: Played 2, Denmark 1, France 1
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)
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