Australia vs Peru: TV Channel & Live Stream Watch Now

Australia vs Peru: TV Channel & Live Stream Watch Now
Australia vs Peru: TV Channel & Live Stream Watch Now

In a FIFA World Cup intercontinental playoff match at Al Rayyan Stadium in Doha, Qatar, the fate of Australia and Peru at the 2022 World Cup will be determined.

Will Peru make it to their sixth World Cup final, or will Australia pull off an upset and reach their fifth consecutive final?

Peru secured a spot in the playoff by placing fifth in South American qualification, as the top four teams received automatic tickets to the World Cup in Qatar (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Ecuador).

Australia qualified as the best third-place team from the Asia World Cup qualifying phase, which consisted of two groups.

How to Watch Australia vs. Peru Match Today

Australia4 a.m. (AEST)
Tues, June 14
Channel 1010 Play,
Canada2 p.m. (ET)
Mon, June 13
TSN Direct
UK7 p.m. (BST)
Mon, June 13
BBC Sport/iPlayer
USA2 p.m. (ET)
Mon, June 13
FS1 (English),
Telemundo (Spanish)
 Fox Sports GO/app

After a terrible run of form in the second half of World Cup qualifying, Australia will enter the encounter against Peru as underdogs.

Peru played New Zealand in a friendly on June 5 to prepare for a possible encounter against Australia, and the South Americans won 1-0 thanks to a goal by star striker Gianluca Lapadula.

That friendly was held in Spain, and the Socceroos should have an advantage in terms of Middle Eastern conditions, having played a number of games in the region as part of COVID-19.

Peru and Australia have only met once in their history, during the 2018 World Cup in Russia in Group C.

Peru won 2-0 in the group decider with two goals from Andre Carrillo (18th minute) and Paolo Guerrero (50th minute), but it wasn’t enough to advance to the knockout stages. France and Denmark won the group, and France went on to win the World Cup that year.

In Group D of the 2022 World Cup, the victor of Australia vs. Peru playoff will face France and Denmark once again. Tunisia completes the quartet of teams.

The Socceroos have no significant injury worries and are expected to field a lineup identical to the one that defeated the UAE.

Nathaniel Atkinson struggled defensively against the UAE last week and might be replaced by Fran Karacic, while on the left flank, Awer Mabil could be preferred to Craig Goodwin, who has been inconsistent. There aren’t expected to be any major changes following Peru’s friendly versus New Zealand.

According to the most recent reports from training, important midfielder Yoshimar Yotun and left defender Marcos Lopez were working apart from the rest of the club, signaling a possible injury worry.


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