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Where to Watch Japan vs Australia Live Stream, 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers



Where to Watch Japan vs Australia Live Stream, 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers

Japan vs Australia live streamed online and watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers live on tv channels, as the live update starts 11:00 am with the live commentary few minutes before the kick off of the game.

The Socceroos face their toughest battle in World Cup qualifying as they take on regional nemesis Japan on the road in a blockbuster on Tuesday night (AEDT).

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A win against the Blue Samurai at their famous Saitama Stadium will have Graham Arnold’s side almost able to taste qualification for Qatar 2022.

The green and gold have won a world record 11 straight World Cup qualifiers and will face a Japan team that’s lost two of their past three matches.

Japan vs Australia match details: Kick-off time, stadium and broadcaster

GameHow to watchVenueDate (AEST)Time (AEDT)
Japan v Australia10 Bold, 10 PlaySaitama StadiumTues Oct 129.14pm

Australia will head to Tokyo full of confidence after an impressive 3-1 win against Oman in Qatar, a team that beat Japan 1-0 at the Saitama Stadium in September.

All the pressure will be on Japan, who lost their most recent match 1-0 to Saudi Arabia, and they already sit six points behind group leaders Australia and the Saudis after three matches.

The Socceroos have never beaten Japan on home soil and haven’t tasted success against the Blue Samurai since 2009.

Australia have no fear about playing on the road with 10 of their 11 consecutive wins coming on the road, with the team not able to play at home due to COVID-19 regulations.

How to watch Japan vs Australia in Australia

While streaming service Paramount Plus isn’t ready to show the action just yet, the Socceroos’ game against Japan will be broadcast on television via Channel 10 and streamed online via 10 Play.

10 Play is available via the App Store and Google Play with the platform also accessible via Apple TV, Android TV, Freeview, Fetch, Samsung and Telstra TV.

Simon Hill and Andy Harper are expected to be calling the action with Mark Milligan, Bruce Djite, Alex Brosque and Georgia Yeoman-Dale also set to provide their analysis.


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