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Your guide to what is changing on SBS with more FIFA World Cup matches added to tonight's TV schedule
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SBS Guide

20 Jun 2018 - 4:51 PM  UPDATED 21 Jun 2018 - 11:02 AM

SBS continues to broadcast every 2018 FIFA World Cup™ match live on free-to-air television until the end of Group Stage on Friday 29 June. This means that there are some changes on 21 June 2018 with the addition of matches to the broadcast schedule.

Due to schedule changes, the advertised Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen and Great British Railway Journeys will not be broadcast in WA. Both programs will be available to stream from tonight at SBS On Demand. For viewers who want to watch Peter Kuruvita's Coastal Kitchen on broadcast TV, the first two episodes of the new season will air back-to-back next Thursday from 8pm.

SBS’s existing 2018 FIFA World Cup™ programming schedule including FIFA World Cup Today highlights show at 5.30pm AEST daily and the SBS Match of the Day replay at 6.30am AEST daily will remain in place.

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

9:00pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: Denmark V Australia [LIVE]
12:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: France V Peru [LIVE]
3:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Argentina V Croatia [LIVE]

Central states - SA/NT

8:30pm 2018 2018 FIFA World Cup: Denmark V Australia [LIVE]
12:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: France V Peru [LIVE]
2:30am Road To the FIFA World Cup
3:00am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Argentina V Croatia [LIVE]

Western Australia

5:00pm World Cup Today
6:00pm
SBS World News
7:00pm
 2018 FIFA World Cup: Denmark V Australia [LIVE]
10:30pm 2018 FIFA World Cup: France V Peru [LIVE]
1:00am Road To the FIFA World Cup
1:30am 2018 FIFA World Cup: Argentina V Croatia [LIVE]

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