SBS has just announced 4 more FIFA World Cup matches following ongoing problems with Optus streaming.
In addition to the previously scheduled matches between Tunisia v England from 3.30am* tomorrow morning and Colombia v Japan from 9.30pm* tomorrow evening, SBS will broadcast every 2018 FIFA World Cup match live for the next 48 hours on television.
The FIFA World Cup™ is a true multicultural celebration that unites Australia’s diverse communities and SBS is pleased to be bringing more of the tournament to Australian audiences.
MONDAY 18 JUNE
Group F Sweden v Korea Republic LIVE from 9.40pm* on SBS (kick-off 10pm*) NEW
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.
*All times in AEST and subject to change