Your guide to what is changing on SBS as more FIFA World Cup matches are added to tonight's TV schedule
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18 Jun 2018 - 8:21 PM  UPDATED 18 Jun 2018 - 8:19 PM

SBS will broadcast every 2018 FIFA World Cup™ match live on free-to-air television on Monday 18 June and Tuesday 19 June 2018. This means that there are some changes to the schedule with additional games being added. 

Due to schedule changes, the advertised Killer Floods will not be broadcast in SA/NT/WA, while Sinkholes: Deadly Drops will not be broadcast in WA. Both programs will be available to stream at SBS On Demand.

Eastern States - NSW/ACT/QLD/TAS/VIC

9:30pm SBS World News 
9:40pm 2018 FIFA World Cup:  Sweden V Korea [LIVE]
12:15am Road To the FIFA World Cup
12:45am 2018 FIFA World Cup:  Belgium V Panama [LIVE]
3:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Tunisia V England [LIVE]

Central states - SA/NT

9:00pm SBS World News 
9:15pm 2018 FIFA World Cup:  Sweden V Korea [LIVE]
11:45pm Road To the FIFA World Cup
12:15am 2018 FIFA World Cup:  Belgium V Panama [LIVE]
3:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Tunisia V England [LIVE]

Western Australia

7:40pm 2018 FIFA World Cup:  Sweden V Korea [LIVE]
10:15pm Road To the FIFA World Cup
10:45pm 2018 FIFA World Cup:  Belgium V Panama [LIVE]
1:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Tunisia V England [LIVE]

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