The Socceroos take on Tunisia in their second game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Despite opening the scoring against France in their first match of the tournament, Australia ultimately fell to a 4-1 defeat. That result makes a win against Tunisia critical to keep their hopes of a place in the knockout stages alive.
Tunisia can’t be taken lightly though and gave Denmark a stern test in their opening game which ended 0-0.
This match will take place at 9 p.m. (AEDT) making it an ideal time for Australians to tune in.
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What channel is Australia vs. Tunisia on?
Like every other 2022 World Cup match, this game is available on free-to-air TV channel SBS.
Veteran Aussie commentator David Basheer will be commentating the match alongside former Socceroo Harry Kewell.
Over 400,000 people tuned into the SBS live coverage of Australia’s match against France and that number should only rise with this game played at a much friendlier time.
One for the football purists coming on Friday to @SBSSportau‘s digital platforms. @HarryKewell explains in detail how the @Socceroos can breakdown Tunisia in their crunch #FIFAWorldCup #Qatar2022 clash on Saturday night. pic.twitter.com/uyrsmVTQkH
— Adrian Arciuli (@Adrian_Arciuli) November 24, 2022
World Cup matches on Sunday, November 27
Following the Socceroos match against Tunisia, Poland and Saudi Arabia will kick off the following day’s action from midnight.
Three more games will then follow on Sunday with a Group D battle between France and Denmark of particular interest for Australia fans.
|Sun, Nov. 27||12:00 a.m.||Group C||Poland vs. Saudi Arabia||SBS||SBS On Demand|
|Sun, Nov. 27||3:00 a.m.||Group D||France vs. Denmark||SBS||SBS On Demand|
|Sun, Nov. 27||6:00 a.m.||Group C||Argentina vs. Mexico||SBS||SBS On Demand|
|Sun, Nov. 27||9:00 p.m.||Group E||Japan vs. Costa Rica||SBS||SBS On Demand|
How to watch the World Cup in Australia
- Dates: Monday, Nov. 21- Monday, Dec. 20
- TV channel: SBS, SBS Viceland
- Streaming: SBS On Demand
All 64 matches from the 2022 World Cup will be televised on SBS with live streams available on SBS On Demand.
Games will be primarily televised on SBS’ main channel with matches only broadcast on SBS Viceland when two games are being played at once.
SBS On Demand is the streaming platform for the 2022 World Cup in Australia. Every game will be shown live there with full replays, mini matches and highlights also available.
The service is available as a mobile app on Google Play and the App Store. It can also be accessed on most smart TVs and set-top boxes including Telstra TV, Fetch and Foxtel iQ.