Australia vs Denmark: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch
Australia and Denmark are more or less on equal footing as they square up in their final 2022 World Cup Group D clash at the Al-Janoub Stadium on Wednesday.
Both will be looking to join group-mates France in the knockouts and it could all go down to that second win of their campaign to ensure that happens, even though Tunisia cannot be counted as favourites against the defending world champions in the game that will played simultaneously.
The Socceroos responded to the France defeat with a one-goal win over Tunisia, while the Danes - after a loss to France and a goalless draw against Tunisia - are yet to pick a win in Qatar.
GOAL brings you details on how to watch the game on TV in the U.S., UK, Africa and India, as well as how to stream live online.
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Australia vs Denmark date & kick-off time
Australia vs Denmark
November 30, 2022
10am ET / 3pm GMT / 5pm CAT / 8:30pm IST
Al-Janoub Stadium, Al-Wakrah
How to watch Australia vs Denmark on TV & live stream online
In the United States (U.S.), the game can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (start with a free trial). New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.
Viewers in the U.S. can also watch the game on FS1 (English) and Telemundo (Spanish).
BBC Two are showing the clash in the United Kingdom (UK), with streaming via BBC iPlayer.
In India, the Sports18 network has the rights to show World Cup games on TV, with streaming services on JioCinema.
Sports18 - 1 HD, MTV SD
Australia squad & team news
Aussie defender Nathaniel Atkinson is doubtful after a knock to his ankle against France that kept him out of the Tunisia win, with Fran Karacic to continue in his place.
Manager Graham Arnold will want to avoid making any other changes, with Martin Boyle unfortunate to miss out after the forward suffered an ACL injury after the final squad was named.
Australia possible XI: Ryan; Karacic, Souttar, Rowles, Behich; Leckie, Irvine, Mooy, McGree, Goodwin; Duke
Ryan, Vukovic, Redmayne
Behic, Degenek, Wright, Karcic, Souttar, Atkinson, King, Rowles, Deng
Mooy, Irvine, Hrustic, McGree, Baccus, Devlin
Leckie, Mabil, Maclaren, Duke, Goodwin, Cummings, Kuol
Denmark squad and team news
Thomas Delaney suffered a knee injury in the opener against Tunisia and will miss the rest of the tournament even if Denmark make it through.
Denmark boss Kasper Hjulmand may continue with the 3-4-3 arrangement with Andreas Skov Olsen likely to slot back into the XI in place of Jesper Lindstrom, and veteran Simon Kjaer in for Victor Nelsson.
Denmark possible XI: Schmeichel; Andersen, Kjaer, Christensen; Kristensen, Hojbjerg, Eriksen, Maehle; Skov Olsen, Dolberg, Damsgaard
Schmeichel, O. Christensen, Ronnow
Kjaer, A. Christensen, Stryger Larsen, Wass, Maehle, Anderson, Kristensen, Nelsson, Bah
Eriksen, Norgaard, Hojberg, Jensen
Braithwaite, Cornelius, Dolberg, Skov Olsen, Damsgaard, Wind, Lindstrom, Poulsen