Where to live stream the Morocco vs Portugal World Cup match in Australia
We’ve tracked down where to stream Morocco vs Portugal and when in Australia so you don’t miss a minute of the action.
The Group B match between Morocco and Portugal kicks off tonight at Luzhniki Stadium. The odds are stacked against Morocco who lost to Iran on Saturday before coming up against the legendary boots of Cristiano Ronaldo and company tonight.
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While Morocco managed to have it over Portugal in their last World Cup match-up, that was over 20 years ago in Mexico (FIFA World Cup 1986). 2018 will no doubt be a different story with expectations leaning towards a sure win for Portugal.
Morocco vs Portugal: Kick-off time and date for Australia
The Group B match kicks off at 10:00 pm AEST on Wednesday, 20 June 2018 here in Australia.
Where to watch Morocco vs Portugal in Australia
Optus Sport - Live stream
- 10:00 pm, 20 June 2018
- Paid subscription: $14.99 per month
Update 20/6/2018: After user backlash, Optus has made Optus Sport free to users for all Group Stage matches. Users can sign up for free until 31 August. Optus has also granted SBS On Demand simulcast rights for every Group Stage match up until 29 June.
For $14.99 per month, you can access the FIFA World Cup 2018 and ongoing UEFA matches via the Optus Sport app.
The app is available for iOS and Android (smartphones and tablets) and the following web browsers on PC and Mac: Microsoft Edge (Windows 10), Internet Explorer (Windows 7+), Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari 9 (Mac OS X 10.10 and 10.11).
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SBS On Demand - Live Stream
- 10:00 pm, 20 June 2018
You can stream selected FIFA World Cup 2018 matches for free via the SBS On Demand app. The SBS On Demand app is available on iOS and Android (smartphones and tablets), Apple TV (4th gen), set-top boxes (Telstra TV, Telstra T-box and Fetch), Smart TVs (select Hisense, Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Sony), Blu-ray players (select Samsung and Sony) and the following web browsers on PC and Mac: Google Chrome (55 and above), Mozilla Firefox (52 and above), Safari (7 and above), Internet Explorer 11 (Windows 7 and above) and Microsoft Edge (14 and above).
Download the SBS On Demand FIFA 2018 app from iTunes Store
Stream selected FIFA World Cup 2018 matches via the SBS On Demand app.View details
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