SBS to broadcast ALL World Cup action LIVE over the next 48 hours

SBS will now be broadcasting every World Cup match over the next 48 hours LIVE, FREE and in HD.

Harry Kane, Eden Hazard and Son Heung Min

Harry Kane (L) Eden Hazard (C) and Son Heung Min (R) Source: Getty Images

In addition to the previously scheduled matches between Tunisia v England from 3.30am (AEST) tomorrow morning and Colombia v Japan from 9.30pm (AEST) tomorrow evening, SBS will broadcast every 2018 FIFA World Cup™ match live for the next 48 hours on television.

MONDAY 18 JUNE

Group F           Sweden v Korea Republic LIVE from 9.40pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*) NEW

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TUESDAY 19 JUNE

Group G          Belgium v Panama LIVE from 12.45am* on SBS (kick-off 1am*)             NEW

Group G          Tunisia v England LIVE from 3.30am* on SBS (kick-off 4am*)

Group H          Colombia v Japan LIVE from 9.30pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*)

 

WEDNESDAY 20 JUNE

Group H          Poland v Senegal LIVE from 12.30am* on SBS (kick-off 1am*)                NEW

Group A          Russia v Egypt LIVE from 3.30am* on SBS (kick-off 4am*)                      NEW

 

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




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Published 18 June 2018 at 6:13pm
Source: SBS The World Game