A group that will have three equals battling it out for one round of 16 spots will enter its final stage with Australia taking on Peru at the Fisht Stadium on 26th June. France’s superiority on paper makes them a sure contender to qualify from Group C. With that happening, only one of Denmark, Peru, and Australia will be able to join France in the round of 16 and that makes this encounter a must-win game for both Australia and Peru. This well might be the Group C decider as well if things pan out on terms for Peru and Australia. With so much at stake, both sides will give in their everything to keep their 2018 FIFA World Cup journey going.
The intensity of this game promises a top level of football from both sides. Football that players love to okay and fans like to see. Australia will be bidding farewell to their very own hero, Tim Cahill, which will make the game all the more important by every mean. However, June-end is a busy time of the year, which makes watching this all-important game a little difficult for all football fans. To ensure they beat that tight schedule efficiently, here are all the details that will keep you well prepared for one of the better games of 2018 FIFA World Cup between Australia and Peru.
Football fans’ struggle for live streaming their favorite football match is a never-ending one. However, a few pre-match references can ease out that struggle a bit. For everyone wishing to watch the Australia Peru game on their choice of device, here is a list of all the websites that will be up with a channel on their site streaming the game with their regional targets.
Find all details about Australia’s opening game against France here.
How to Watch Australia vs Peru live stream online
It will FOX Sports bringing to you all the action from Australia vs Peru on its website for most of America, Sony LIV for Asian Subcontinent fans, DirecTV for the fans from Caribbean Countries, BBC and ITV for fans from UK, beIN Sports for all the MENA country fans and also for those from France, Canal+, SuperSport, and Kwese Sport for Sub-Saharan African fans, and on Optus Sport for the Australian countries. The fans from countries not on the list can easily access any of these channels via any of the top VPN Gateways from amongst ExpressVPN, Nord VPN, or IPVanish.
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Schedule (Time, date and Venue)
The penultimate game from Group C at the 2018 FIFA Works Cup will see Australia taking on Peru at the Fisht Stadium on 26th June 2018 with kick-off scheduled at 17:30 local time. It will be last of four group stage games scheduled at the Fisht Stadium. It will be hosting two more games after the end of group stage matches, a round of 16 matches and a quarter-final. The stadium was built during the 2014 Winter Olympics and can accommodate around 40,000 people.
Both sides will have to be at their full strength in this all-important game. While Australia will be poised to keep up with their 4-5-1 formation, Peru is expected to go with 4-4-2. Australia’s formation looks pretty balanced given their limited resources upfront. Peru, on the other hand, seems more lethal with a more attacking formation. Here is how they may line up to make up those formations.
Australia Probable XI:
Ryan (GK); Degenak, Milligan, Meredith, Behich; Luongo, Jedinak; Leckie, Rogic, Nabbout; Cahill
Peru Probable XI:
Duarte (GK); Trauco, Santamaria, Corzo, Araujo; Cueva, Hurtado, Tapia, Carrillo; Farfan, Ruidiaz
This will be the first meet in between the two sides in International Football.
The match between Australia and Peru will kick start alongside the other group C game between France and Denmark, which will prompt most of the official broadcasters to move this game to their secondary channels. Their national broadcasters, Optus Sport and SBS for Australia and DirecTV for Peru, will, however, be telecasting the game on their primary channels. The preview show will expectedly begin at around 4:00 local time on most of the channels. The match will also be available on FOX Sports in America, on beIN Sports in France and all of the MENA countries, on Sony ESPN for all the Asian Subcontinent fans, on DirecTV for fans from all the Caribbean countries, on Sky in all of the Oceanic countries, and on Canal+, SuperSport, and Kwese Sports in all the Sub-Saharan Africa nations.
With the round of 16 spots at stake, you wouldn’t expect anything less than the best from both sides. Peru looks to be the stronger side on paper and does have the results to back themselves up as well. Australia will, however, be unusually better as it well might be the last game for their legendary top scorer, Tim Cahill. With so much at stake, we expect this to end up as a high scoring draw that well might fluctuate as a win for either side. The final scoreline we predict will read Australia 2-2 Peru.