Australia vs Peru: Live Stream TV Channels, Kick-off, Team News of Intercontinental Play-off

Australia and Peru face each other in AFC-CONMEBOL Intercontinental Playoff, which will fill one of the remaining two spots at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Australia defeated UAE in Asian play-off last week to confirm meeting with Peru. Peru finished fifth in the CONMEBOL Qualifying.

The match between Australia and Peru will be played at Al Rayyan Stadium, Qatar and will kick off at 4 am Australia time which is 9pm local time.

Australia has qualified for the FIFA World Cup in all the four previous occasions and a win against Peru will seal their place in the World Cup for sixth time, making it five in a row.

Peru has also qualified for the mega football event for five times and their last appearance was in 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Australia vs Peru: Live Stream TV Channels in Australia

The Australian fans can watch the match between Australia and Peru on Wednesday June 8, live from 4.00 am AEST on 10 Football, 10 play on demand and Paramount+.

Australia vs Peru: Live Stream TV Channels in Peru and South America

The fans in Peru can watch their team play in the play-off match against Australia at FPF Play. A viewer can buy their favorable plan to watch the match here.

Australia vs Peru: Live Stream TV Channels in USA and UK

The match between Australia and Peru will not be available live on any TV Channels in UK television.

However, viewers from United States can watch the match on Paramount + (free trial)

Australia vs Peru: Live Stream TV Channels in Bangladesh, India and Nepal

The Intercontinental Playoff between Australia and Peru won’t be available in any of the TV Channels in South Asia. However, the viewers from those regions can enjoy the live online streaming.

Australia vs Peru: Live Stream TV Channels

Team News

Australia has no any new injury concerns although they played againt UAE last week. However, Tom Rogic withdrew from the squad citing a personal reason. Adam Taggart is back in training and could make himself available for the match.

However, Trent Sainsbury is still out and won’t be available for Peru match.

For the South American side, Luis Advincula missed Peru’s last match against New Zealand due to injury but he has been decleared fit to play and will be available for the play off.

Possible Line ups

Australia: Ryan; Atkinson, Rowles, Wright, Behich; Mooy; Boyle, Irvine, Leckie; Hrustic, Maclaren.

Peru: Gallese; Advincula, Zambrano, Callens, Trauco; Tapia, Yotun, Pena; Carrillo, Lapadula, Cueva.


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