Tunisia vs Australia live stream and match preview, Saturday 26th November 10:00 GMT
Tunisia vs Australia live stream and match preview
Looking for a live stream between Tunisia and Australia? We’ll cover you. Tunisia v Australia is free on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in the UK. British abroad? Use a VPN to watch the 2022 World Cup for free (opens in new tab) from everywhere.
Both teams will be looking to win early on Saturday so it could be an entertaining affair.
Australia will try to recover from the 4-1 defeat by France, while Tunisia took positive results from the 0-0 draw with Croatia.
Jalel Kadri’s side will now need to show a little more offensive ambition as they attempt to move up to four points in Group C.
Kick-off is at 10am GMT. Make sure you know how to watch the 2022 World Cup (opens in new tab) wherever you are.
The same 11 members of the Tunisian squad (opens in new tab) that started against Denmark could get the nod here with no new injuries reported.
If Tunisia makes a move, it’s likely to be one that brings Wahbi Khazri into the team.
Their opponents are unlikely to make sweeping changes either, with Matt Leckie – the top scorer in the Australia squad – included (opens in new tab) – set as a key figure.
Australia started well against France and took a surprising lead through Craig Goodwin but were ultimately outclassed by the reigning world champions.
There’s no shame in losing 4-1 to Didier Deschamps’ side and Graham Arnold didn’t expect to take anything from the game.
Tunisia were solid defensively against Denmark, limiting the European side to a few significant chances.
Daniel Siebert from Germany will be the referee for Tunisia against Australia. You can find out more about the referees for the 2022 World Cup here (opens in new tab).
Tunisia vs Australia will be played at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah. Take a look at all the stadiums of the 2022 World Cup (opens in new tab) and see how it ranks.
Players to watch / key battles
Sitting deep in Australia’s midfield, Aaron Mooy is ready to press the ball. He sets the pace for the team, so Tunisia will try to block passes to him.
Youssef Msakni is a tricky client for Tunisia, who tend to channel their attacks through the 32-year-old.
Read more about the full Tunisia and Australia squads for the 2022 World Cup (opens in new tab).
Group D Table
kickoff and channel
Kick-off between Tunisia and Australia is over 10am GMT on Saturday, November 26th In the United Kingdom. The game can be viewed for free on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
It’s kick-off time in the US 5 a.m. ET / 2 a.m. PT. The game is shown on FOX/FS1 in the US. See below for international sending options.
If you’re out of the country for the 2022 World Cup, you won’t be able to watch as usual on your home streaming service. The sender knows where you are based on your IP address (boo!) and blocks you from viewing it. However, you can use a VPN to bypass this without resorting to illegal feeds found on Reddit.
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TV Rights of the International World Cup 2022
All UK matches are on either the BBC or ITV.
United States of America
Fox are the WM rights holders in the States. Games are available on Fox or FS1 cable channels.
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Like the UK, coverage of the 2022 World Cup is completely free. You can watch all 64 games on the SBS TV channel and also stream them online with SBS On Demand.
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