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The Socceroos World Cup campaign is on the line on Wednesday morning when they take on Peru in the final match of the group stage. This is The Roar’s guide to streaming the match online or watching it on TV.
The match is set to be played at the Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, with kick-off scheduled for 12am (AEST) on Wednesday, June 27.
Australia must beat the Peruvians if they are any chance of progressing through to the Round of 16. After going down by one goal to France in the first round, the Socceroos put in an improved performance in their one-all draw with Denmark.
This time, a draw will not be enough, with the Danes currently sitting three points ahead of Australia in second position.
If you want to see whether the Socceroos can keep their World Cup hopes alive, you can tune in to the live broadcast on SBS. The free-to-air broadcaster will begin their coverage at 11pm (AEST) as they analyse Australia’s chances of victory in Wednesday’s must-win game.
For the best viewing experience, you can watch the game on SBS in high definition on Channel 30. Otherwise, the match is also being broadcast in standard definition on Channel 31.
If you are a Foxtel subscriber, you can tune in on channels 228 and 104 respectively.
If you wish to get behind the Socceroos online, you have two options.
To watch the SBS coverage online, you can access the World Game website or application, which is free to download and use from any device you may own.
The other option is the broadcast on Optus Sport. This online service will set you back $15, unless you are already an Optus customer, in which case you’ll get it for free.
Nevertheless, here at The Roar, you can follow all the action on our live blog. In addition, you can catch all the highlights of the game as they happen, then all the reaction folllowing the final whistle.
If getting up (or staying up until) midnight is going to be too much of a stretch for you, you can watch a replay on TV on SBS at 6:30am. Alternatively, you can also stream a replay of the match via SBS On Demand and Optus Sport whenever suits you.