Australia vs Tunisia — LIVE

And they’ll be determined to at least go one step further than their 2018 campaign which saw them finish third behind Belgium and England in Group G. However, Australia vs Tunisia Live, Stream Free. the Aussie’s fourth-place group finish during the Russian World Cup edition could spur them on in the same manner as Tunisia.

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Australia vs Tunisia live

But the Socceroos haven’t managed to secure a World Cup knock-out spot since 2006.

Australia vs Tunisia live

What time does Tunisia vs Australia kick-off?

  • Tunisia will be taking on Australia in the second set of Group D fixtures on Saturday, November 26.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 10 am UK time – 12pm local time.
  • Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar is the allocated arena for this encounter and it can host a capacity of 40,000 fans.
  • The Tunisians came out on top when the sides last met way back in a 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup clash.

What TV channel is Tunisia vs Australia on and can it be live-streamed?

  • Tunisia vs Australia will be broadcasted LIVE on BBC One in the UK.
  • Viewers also have the option to stream the entire action live via the BBC Sport website or BBC iPlayer app.
  • The BBC iPlayer app is available to download on your mobile phone or preferred tablet device.

Can I watch Tunisia vs Australia for FREE?

Yes! Tunisia’s Group D clash against Australia can be watched for FREE in the UK so long as you have a valid TV license.

Tunisia will be at the 2022 FIFA World Cup for the second consecutive edition and they will be desperate to improve on their performance from 2018.

They were grouped alongside Belgium, England, and Panama at the tournament in Russia and had to settle for the third spot, losing their opening two matches before recording a win against Panama in their final game.

Now, they have another crack at the World Cup and this time they will be up against France, Australia, and Denmark in Group D.

GOALKEEPERS

Bechir Said may have more caps for the Tunisia national team, but Aymen Dahmen has been Tunisia’s preferred option between the sticks most recently.

DEFENDERS

Montessori Talbi, Dylan Bronn, and Bilel Ifa are getting on the plane to Qatar to face their Group D competitors.

Al Ahly defender Ali Maaloul should also feel optimistic about his chances as one of the most experienced options.

MIDFIELDERS

Aissa Laidouni, Ferjani Sassi and Ellyes Skhiri will be confident of securing a spot in the midfield.

Manchester United youngster Hannibal Mejbri, who’s currently on loan at Birmingham City, will also be hopeful, having impressed in previous appearances for the national team.

STRONGEST XI

Dahmen will likely guard the goal behind Drager, Bronn, Talbi and Ben Ouanes.

Chalaali, Laidouni, and Skhiri are set to form the midfield for Tunisia, whereas Msakni, Jaziri, and Khazri could feature up front.

Tunisia XI (4-3-3): Dahmen; Drager, Bronn, Talbi, Ben; Chalaali, Laidouni, Skhiri; Msakni, Jaziri, Slimane.

The world’s biggest sporting event is finally here again: the men’s soccer World Cup.

All 64 games of the tournament will be on TV in the United States live from Qatar, played at eight stadiums packed into a country the size of Connecticut. All the venues are within a 22-mile radius in and around the country’s capital, Doha.

Here’s what you need to know about how to watch the action.

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What channel is the World Cup on TV?

Fox Sports has the rights in English, and Telemundo — owned by Philadelphia-based Comcast — has them in Spanish. Fox is putting 34 games on its free-to-air broadcast network and 30 on cable channel FS1. Telemundo is putting 56 games on its free-to-air broadcast network and eight (all simultaneous kickoffs with other games) on cable channel Universo.

Between the two networks, a total of six games are exclusively on cable. You’ll find them in the full game schedule below.

Who are Fox and Telemundo’s World Cup broadcasters?

Fox’s top team is John Strong and Stuart Holden. A few weeks ago, they called the Union’s last two games of their first run to MLS’s championship game.

Former Union local TV play-by-play voice JP Dellacamera is also part of Fox’s crew, calling games with former U.S. star player Cobi Jones. Ian Darke, who became famous for his viral calls of U.S. goals at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, calls games with one of those goal-scorers: Landon Donovan. The other teams are Jacqui Oatley and Warren Barton, Derek Rae, and Aly Wagner. Jenny Taft, Tom Rinaldi, Rodolfo Landeros, and Geoff Shreeves are the crew of sideline reporters.

Rob Stone hosts studio coverage with a wide range of analysts, including Delran’s Carli Lloyd and former Union captain Maurice Edu. Fox’s full roster is available here.

Telemundo’s lead game-caller is Andrés Cantor, who’s been broadcasting the World Cup for over 30 years. There’s a rotating cast of other play-by-play broadcasters and analysts including former U.S. star player and under-20 men’s national team coach Tab Ramos. Cantor, Ramos, and Manuel Sol call all three U.S. group stage games. Telemundo’s full roster is available here.

Will Fox and Telemundo talk about Qatar’s alleged human rights abuses?

Don’t expect it. Fox’s World Cup executive producer David Neal told The Inquirer last month: “We believe that viewers come to Fox Sports during the World Cup to see the greatest sports event in the world. They don’t come to us expecting us to be [HBO’s] Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, or [ESPN’s] E:60. That’s not who we pretend to be, and I don’t think that’s what the viewer expectation is.”

Fox also is taking a lot of sponsorship money from Qatar Airways, Qatar’s state-owned airline.

Telemundo Deportes president Ray Warren was a little more open-minded, but he didn’t go all the way either.

“We will certainly cover anything that occurs that would affect the tournament, anything that’s happening in-country during those 29 days,” he said. “And you know, I do think we have to kind of talk about the legacy we leave. And by the time the tournament is over, we will have been not ignoring the geopolitical issues that might arise, should that occur.”

Where is the World Cup live streaming?

Fox’s live streaming is available through FoxSports.com with authentication through participating TV providers, or through the streaming apps of those providers. Streaming TV sites that have FS1 include fuboTV, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, and DirecTV Stream. Full-game replays will also be available for free on Tubi right after the final whistle, including broadcasts in 4K. But they won’t be live there.

Telemundo’s live streaming will be in two places: TelemundoDeportes.com if you have a pay-TV subscription and on Peacock. You’ll have to pay for the premium tier to get all the games, but it’s a way to watch games without cable.

Where is the World Cup radio broadcast?

There is no traditional radio broadcast in English, unfortunately. SiriusXM’s subscription service has audio simulcasts of Fox’s TV broadcasts. Most games are on Fox Sports channel 83, with some simultaneous games on SiriusXM’s soccer channel 157. TuneIn is also simulcasting Fox’s audio on its paid subscription tier.

SiriusXM will also have a lot of studio shows on its soccer channel. Jason Davis is the lead host, and analysts include former U.S. stars Tony Meola and Eric Wynalda. The network’s full roster is available here.

There is traditional radio in Spanish on the Fútbol de Primera network, which has an affiliate in Philadelphia at 1540-AM. Live streaming is also available for free at fdpradio.com and FDP’s app. Their lead play-by-play voice is Nico Cantor, who also hosts CBS Sports’ UEFA Champions League whip-around show.

Can we just get to the World Cup game schedule now?

Yes. We try to answer as many questions as we can in these guides, but we know what you’re here for. If you want to read more of our World Cup coverage, click here.

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All times listed are Eastern.

Group stage

Letters and numbers with teams refer to how they were placed in the group draw.

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