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Australia vs Peru PPV: time, TV channel, how to watch, team’s story

Australia and Peru

The AFC-CONMEBOL Intercontinental Playoff, as Australia take on Peru in the host nation of Qatar. The Australian national team is looking for its sixth World Cup, having played the World Cup in 1974, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018. The selection of Peru seeks to achieve the World Cup dream being installed in its second consecutive World Cup, remember that the Russia 2018 World Cup was the first in the history of Peru.

Australia vs Peru Date, Staring time and Venue:

Date: Monday, Jun. 13
Kick-off time: 2 p.m. ET
Venue: Al Rayyan Stadium — Doha, Qatar
Live Stream: PremiumTV

Arnold was an assistant coach in 2005 when the Socceroos famously beat Uruguay for a place in the 2006 World Cup. And he was in charge in 2019 when the Australians overcame Uzbekistan in the Asian Cup – the only two competitive shootouts in Socceroos history.

Australia vs Peru Predicted starting lineups:

A public holiday has been announced by the Peruvian government on Monday, anticipating that much of the country will be keenly following the game that kicks off at 1pm Peru time.

Australia XI:

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

Peru XI:

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

How to watch Australia vs Peru live stream World Cup qualifier soccer?

Welcome to the broadcast of the match Australia vs Peru in the World Cup Playoffs for Qatar 2022. The match will take place at the Al Rayyan Stadium. Australia vs Peru kicks off at 2pm ET / 11am PT on Monday, and is being shown exclusively on Fox Sports 1 in the US.

Soccer fans in the US can enjoy all the action of this encounter on Foxsports.com, PremiumTV, FOX Sports App, FOX Deportes respectively. There isn’t enough information regarding the coverage of this match in the rest of the globe. But you can access this game by acquiring the PremiumTV subscription if you happen to live outside the US, especially the Kiwi Fans.

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