Fresh off the back of a 5-1 win over Chinese Taipei on Tuesday (June 8) and a 3-0 victory over Nepal on Saturday (June 12), the Socceroos are now preparing to take on Jordan in their final World Cup qualifying fixture.
The last game of this round will kick off in the early hours of Wednesday morning AEST, but promises to be a thriller - so it'll be worth setting an early alarm for.
Following a COVID-19-enforced break, Australia recommenced their bid to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a 3-0 victory over Kuwait in the early hours of Friday, June 4.
The win came 567 days after they played their last game, fittingly against the same rivals, where they came out on top in a close 1-0 finish. With international football finally back for the Aussies, they've been thrust straight back into the business end of the second round of World Cup Qualifying.
The Socceroos now face the last of four matches across a 12-day period, where they appear to have held onto top spot in their pool, progressing them to the next stage.
After so long without international fixtures, football fans are no doubt itching to get their fix. So we’ve created a guide how you can how watch all the action live and free, whether you're in Australia or currently overseas. Read on to see how you cheer on the Socceroos tomorrow morning.
Socceroo's World Cup Qualifiers: fixtures and kick off time
- Australia v Jordan: Tuesday, 15 June 2021 (16 June AEST) Kick-off: 7pm local, 2am AEST (Wednesday morning)
Socceroo's World Cup Qualifiers: watch live in Australia for free online
While games are available to watch on ABC TV and Foxtel, if you're looking to stream online, the best way to get on top of the action is with Kayo Freebies.
Kayo Freebies (opens in new tab) sees a range of free content made available on the platform, giving more people access to the sports streaming experience. And you don't need to be a paying Kayo customer to access Freebies either. Anyone can watch Kayo Freebies by simply registering a free account online. Head to Kayo Sports for more (opens in new tab).
All three of the Socceroo's remaining World Cup Qualifiers will be on Kayo Freebies, while you can also catch up on the highlights from their most recent victory over Kuwait with Kayo Mini on the Freebies service.
And if you're a diehard soccer fan, you can watch qualifying matches with other nations by signing up to a full subscription to Kayo Sports.
Kayo will set you back just AU$25/month for the basic package, which includes simultaneous streams on two screens. And if you’re looking to stream across more devices, the premium package will give you three screens for just AU$35/month.
Kayo Sports offers a no-lock-in contract and gives all customers a 14-day FREE TRIAL (opens in new tab)so you can check it out before you fully commit. You’ll be able to watch on most devices, including Android and iOS mobiles, Macs, PC, Chromecast, select smart TVs and Android TVs, PCs and Macs, and Telstra TV boxes.
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If you’re looking to boost your sports viewing, a basic package subscription to Kayo gets you access to over 50 sports, ready to live stream or watch on demand for just AU$25p/m with two screens included. If you want a third screen on your plan, it’ll cost you AU$35p/m. Kayo Sports offers a no-lock-in contract and gives all customers a 14-day FREE TRIAL (opens in new tab)so you can check it out before you fully commit.
What else can I watch for free?
Kayo Freebies has a host of live and free sports content on hand to satisfy any fan's tastes. This month you can watch selected A-League, Formula 1, VFL and European Open golf events, just to name a few.
And if that's not reason enough to sign up, the streaming service is running 30 weeks of ESPN documentaries. Releasing a new one each week, the series started with a look at the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
What if I go overseas when the game is on?
For Aussies who subscribe to streaming services like Kayo, you’ll find these don’t work if you head overseas on holiday (not that anyone can really do that at the moment anyway).
But if you do find yourself abroad and unable to access your streaming account, your best option is to use a VPN service to change your IP address to a different location. This should let you access your local coverage as you would back home.
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