Watch Sydney FC vs Shanghai SIPG AFC Champions League live
A-League premiers Sydney FC face star-studded Shanghai SIPG in the AFC Champions League. Here's how to watch in Australia.
After a loss and a draw in their opening two ACL games, Sydney desperately need a victory as the competition resumes in Qatar. That won't be easy for Steve Corica's side, which had a long and eventful journey to get to the Middle East amid coronavirus precautions.
The Sky Blues' next opponents, Shanghai SIPG, are packed with expensive talent including Brazil forward Hulk and Australia's Aaron Mooy. They will also be match-hardened from their domestic Chinese Super League season, sitting top of their group after 14 matches.
When is Sydney FC vs Shanghai SIPG AFC Champions League?
Kick-off is at 9pm AEDT on Thursday 19 November. The match is being played at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.
How to watch Sydney FC vs Shanghai SIPG in Australia
Foxtel is the home of all matches involving Australian teams in the AFC Champions League. That means you have some options for watching this match, including Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports. You can check out our viewing guide for the AFC Champions League.
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Kayo Sports currently has a 14-day free trial for new users. So you could check this match out and much more for no cost.
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Who will win Sydney FC vs Shanghai SIPG?
While Sydney have been dominant on home soil, the ACL is a different kettle of fish. Shanghai is an incredibly wealthy club and boasts Socceroos star Aaron Mooy and Brazilian internationals Hulk and Oscar on its roster.
Sydney will be without defender Ryan McGowan (coronavirus) and goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne (impending fatherhood). We are expecting a Shanghai victory.