How to watch Tunisia vs Australia in 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar live and free
The Socceroos already face a must-win match.
After only 1 match in this 2022 FIFA World Cup, Australia's campaign is already on the brink even before their match vs Tunisia.
Australia had a strong start vs France with an early goal but then faded to lose 4-1.
Meanwhile, Tunisia held Denmark to a goalless draw in their opening World Cup match.
When is the kick-off for Tunisia vs Australia in the FIFA World Cup?
Australia vs Tunisia kicks off at 9pm AEDT on 26 November at Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah, Qatar.
How to watch Tunisia vs Australia FIFA World Cup group stage game live
There's no other way to watch Australia vs Tunisia other than on free-to-air TV via SBS.
You can also stream the game on SBS on Demand. It's free and all you need is an account to watch.
Simply create an account with your email address if you don't have one already.
Where else can I watch Australian and Tunisian players?
After the World Cup is done for both teams, you can catch the players taking part in competitions worldwide.
Tunisian midfielder Hannibal Mejbri is with Manchester United in the English Premier League, but he has been on loan to Birmingham City in the EFL.
Most of the other Tunisian players are in competitions in Africa and the Middle East, which don't get coverage here in Australia.
Tunisia vs Australia match preview
There's not much room for error in the FIFA World Cup and already this match will prove to be important.
Australia must win or they will find themselves booking a ticket home.
Tunisia too will be in a dangerous spot if they lose, likely needing to beat defending champions France to progress.
While this will be Australia's best shot at a win in the group stage, Tunisia will still be favourites going into the game.
And if the crowd from the Tunisia vs Denmark game is anything to go by, Australia will also have to contend with a stadium packed with Tunisian fans.
A loss for either side will likely mean the end of their World Cup.
You can check out our full guide to watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar here.
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