TV Guide: Australia V Argentina in round 16 of the World Cup

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Kick-off starts at 6:00 am, live and free on SBS and SBS On Demand

Australia is set for another nail-biting game in the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup this Sunday, taking on Argentina – led by Lionel Messi

The match will air 5:00 am – 8:30 am (AEDT), with kick-off starting at 6:00 am, live and free on SBS and SBS On Demand.

SEN will be broadcasting the match across the entire radio network.

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The Socceroos first met with Argentina in 1988 for the Bicentennial Gold Cup, and is the Socceroos‘ only win against the Argentinians – 4 – 1.

Since then, Australia has had five losses and one draw against the Latin nation.

The upcoming match between Australia and Argentina comes after the Socceroos’ recent triumph over Denmark – 1 – 0 – with Mathew Leckie scoring a goal in the 60th minute.

After the game, Leckie said: “As the ball was rolling in, I saw it going in, I was so excited and so happy.”
“By the celebration you see how much emotion there was.
“I’m just so proud. We’ve worked so hard. This is my third World Cup now and I’ve had my chances in previous World Cups to score, wasn’t meant to be.
“My first World Cup (goal) is probably one of the most important goals for me and for the team,” he added.

Socceroos Team:

Goalkeepers: Mat Ryan (captain), Andrew Redmayne, Danny Vukovic
Defenders: Nathaniel Atkinson, Aziz Behich, Milos Degenek, Thomas Deng, Fran Karacic, Joel King, Kye Rowles, Harry Souttar, Bailey Wright
Midfielders: Keanu Baccus, Cameron Devlin, Ajdin Hrustic, Jackson Irvine, Riley McGree, Aaron Mooy
Forwards: Martin Boyle (replaced by Marco Tilio), Jason Cummings, Mitchell Duke, Craig Goodwin, Garang Kuol, Mat Leckie, Awer Mabil, Jamie Maclaren

Argentina v Australia
Date: Sunday, 4 December 2022
Kick-off: 6:00am (AEDT)
Watch: LIVE and FREE on SBS and SBS On Demand

Top image: Matthew Leckie with the winning goal in Australia V Denmark match

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