RadioTimes. com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Argentina v Australia on TV and online. For more World Cup features check out: World Cup 2022 kits ranked | World Cup 2022 stadiums | World Cup 2022 fixtures | Best players in the world 2022When is Argentina v Australia? Argentina v Australia will take place on Saturday 3rd December 2022.
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Matthew Leckie scored the game's only goal on the 60th minute and in doing so advanced Australia to the next round of the football competition for the first time since 2006. Waiting for Australia will be Lionel Messi's Argentina, who recovered from an opening round shock 2-1 loss to Saudi Arabia to finish top of Group C. The Argentines have won the World Cup twice (1978 and 1986), and with eight-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi in their ranks, the team from South America will head into the clash as the favourites to win it. Read on to find out how to watch Australia's knockout game at the football showpiece in Qatar.
Australia vs Argentina at FIFA World Cup 2022: Know match time and live streaming scheduleFind out how to watch the Socceroos’ knockout match against Argentina in Qatar. (Picture by 2022 Getty Images)Australia will play their second ever knockout match at a FIFA World Cup when they take on Argentina on Sunday 4 December in Qatar. The Socceroos booked their place in the 2022 World Cup round of 16 after defeating Denmark 1-0 in their final Group D match.
a. Al-Rayyan Stadium)Officially named the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium, the Al-Rayyan Stadium is nicknamed as such due to the city in which it stands. The 50, 000-seat venue is actually the second stadium to be built on the same spot, with its predecessor holding less than half the capacity and standing from 2003-2015. Home to Al-Rayyan SC and Al Kharaitiyat SC of the Qatar Stars League, the stadium opened in 2020 and has since hosted matches in the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup and the FIFA Arab Cup 2021. More recently, the stadium hosted the two intercontinental play-off matches that determined the final two countries (Australia and Costa Rica) to advance to Qatar 2022. Al-Rayyan Stadium will host seven matches at Qatar 2022.