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How to watch Uruguay vs Brazil South American World Cup Qualifier live in Australia


One of football's fiercest rivalries continues when Uruguay and Brazil clash in a crucial World Cup Qualifier. This is how to watch in Australia.

SUMMARY: Uruguay vs Brazil is exclusive to beIN SPORTS. So unless you're already a Foxtel subscriber your best option is to watch via Kayo Sports or beIN SPORTS CONNECT. You can watch the for free using either Kayo's 14-day trial or beIN SPORTS CONNECT's 14-day trial.

Known as El Clásico del Río Negro, Uruguay vs Brazil football matches are always compelling theatre and boast incredible history. That includes Uruguay's memorable upset in the 1950 World Cup final.

Brazil have made a perfect start to qualifying for the 2022 World Cup, winning all three of their South American match-ups.

Uruguay are two wins out of three after losing 4-2 to Ecuador. They will also be without star striker Luis Suarez for this match, who has tested positive for coronavirus.

When is the Uruguay vs Brazil World Cup Qualifier?

Kick-off is at 10am AEDT on Wednesday 18 November. The venue is Montevideo's Estadio Centenario, where Uruguay are notoriously difficult to beat.

How to watch Uruguay vs Brazil live in Australia

Broadcaster beIN SPORTS holds the rights to the South American World Cup qualifying campaign. That leaves you multiple ways to tune into this clash, including beIN SPORTS CONNECT, Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports.

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Stream Uruguay vs Brazil on beIN Sports

beIN SPORTS has its own sports streaming platform, beIN SPORTS CONNECT. It gives you access to all three beIN SPORTS channels for either $19.99 per month or $179.99 per year. There is a two week free trial for both plans. You can access beIN SPORTS CONNECT via computers and mobile devices.

Stream Uruguay vs Brazil on Kayo Sports

You can also tune into BeIN SPORTS through Kayo Sports, the streaming platform that offers coverage of over 50 sports from all over the world. It also has a 14-day free trial for new users.

After that, a basic subscription costs $25 per month and enables users to watch programming on two screens at the same time, while a premium subscription supports three simultaneous streams for $35 per month.

Kayo also boasts a number of exciting features. You can use SplitView to watch up to four channels at once on the same screen. You could use it for this match as Peru vs Argentina and Paraguay vs Bolivia all clash on Wednesday morning AEDT.

There's also Interactive Stats and a No Spoilers setting that ensures you won't find out the score if you're running late.

Kayo Sports doesn't come with lock-in contracts, so you can cancel your subscription anytime. The service is compatible with PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets, or you can watch on TV via Android TV, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Chromecast or Samsung TV (2017 or later).

Who will win Uruguay vs Brazil?

Five-time world champions Brazil start favourites with the bookmakers after making an impressive start to qualifying behind three goals apiece to Neymar – who is out injured for this match – and Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino.

Uruguay's task has been made even more difficult with CONMEBOL's leading scorer Luis Suarez (four) contracting COVID-19. But even mighty Brazil struggle at this daunting venue, with just three wins in 20 visits. We're tipping a low scoring draw.

You can see a comparison of Kayo vs Foxtel here. Want more information on sports streaming? Check out our guide on how to watch South American World Cup qualifiers.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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