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Australia vs Nigeria live stream: How to watch Matildas Women's World Cup game online – Sporting News


Group B action continues at the Women’s World Cup as co-hosts Australia travel to Brisbane to face Nigeria on July 27.
Australians are getting right behind the Matildas, with a record 75,000 people attending their opening game against the Republic of Ireland at Stadium Australia with millions watching at home, and a sell-out crowd is once again expected at Brisbane Stadium.
Australia will look to overcome a growing injury list to secure a crucial victory in their quest to finish top of Group B and avoid a potential Round of 16 clash against England.
Nigeria will be looking to build on a positive performance against Canada, which saw them hold the Olympic gold medalists to a 0-0 draw in Melbourne.
The match, kicking off at 8:00 p.m. local time, will be available to be live streamed in various parts of the world.
The match is being played at Brisbane Stadium, which is also hosting a semifinal and the third-place playoff match.
Here are all the details on how fans can tune into the match online:
The match will be available to be live streamed via Fubo, which is offering users a free trial to access the service.
The Fox Sports app and website, Peacock and Universo Now will also be carrying the game for paid subscribers, with the latter being the Spanish-language broadcast.
The game will be broadcast on BBC Two on TV, meaning the match will be available for live stream on BBC iPlayer.
BBC and ITV are splitting the broadcasting rights for the World Cup in the UK.
The match will be available for live stream on both Optus Sport as well as the free-to-access 7Plus.
7Plus only requires users to give an email to create an account, making the match accessible to millions around the country.
TSN+ and RDS Direct will both be carrying the game for Canadian viewers, with the TSN feed being the English-language broadcast and RDS for French speakers.
Both are paid subscription services, with no free options available for the match.
Fans in India will be able to live stream the match if they are customers to streaming service Fancode.
It does require viewers to pay for a subscription plan, with no free live stream option being available for the match in the country.
The game will be available for live stream via FIFA’s very own streaming service called FIFA+.
It is free for users to sign up in the eligible countries.
New Zealand football fans wanting to watch their neighbours and co-hosts in action will need to have an active Sky Sports subscription.
The game will only be available for live stream on their streaming platform Sky Sport NOW and Sky GO NZ.
The match is available for live stream in Singapore on Singtel’s specific Women’s World Cup Channel 1, whilst Mediacorp’s streaming platform meWATCH will also be carrying the game in the country.
The match is the final one to take place on July 27, with two games being played earlier in the day.
The day begins with a mouth-watering World Cup final rematch, with 2019 finalists USA and the Netherlands battling it out for top spot in Group E in Wellington, before World Cup debutants Portugal and Vietnam look to grab their first ever win at the tournament when they lock horns in Hamilton.
Patrick is a freelance journalist who is currently based in Sydney, and primarily covers football for The Sporting News.


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