Argentina vs. Australia: 2022 World Cup live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, pick, odds, start timeGetty Images Following the USA's loss to the Netherlands, Lionel Messi's Argentina continue on the road to the final of the 2022 World Cup when they face Australia on Saturday in the round of 16. Argentina qualified by winning Group C as they took six points from three matches, recovering from a shock opening day defeat to Saudi Arabia (2-1) to record victories over Mexico (2-0) and Poland (2-0).
How and what time to watch Socceroos vs Argentina match live: Australia at Fifa World Cup 2022The 2022 Fifa World Cup has kicked off in Qatar. Here is how you can watch the Socceroos in action as Australia take on Argentina in the last 16. When is the World Cup happening? In a drastic departure from its usual June and July slot on the calendar, the 22nd edition of the showcase tournament kicked off on Monday 21 November. Hosts Qatar lifted the curtain against Ecuador, while Australia’s national football team got their campaign up and running against defending champions France.
Australia’s next match of the group stage is against Denmark on Thursday morning, with a kick off time of 2am AEDT. Socceroos results/fixtures: France vs Australia – Wednesday 23 November, 6am AEDT Tunisia vs Australia – Saturday 26 November, 9pm AEDT Australia vs Denmark – Thursday 1 December, 2am AEDT Argentina v Australia – Sunday 4 December, 6am AEDT This year’s World Cup is the last to feature 32 teams before the competition expands to 48 in Canada, Mexico and the US in 2026. Those teams are divided into eight groups of four, with winners and runners-up from each to advance to the last 16. The knockout stage begins in the early hours of 4 December, the quarter-finals on 10 December and the semis on 14 December.
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49 mins: It is looking very easy at the moment for Argentina, who then replace Alejandro Gomez with Lisandro Martinez 46 mins: We are back under way, no changes from either side as yet. Half-time: That was Lionel Messi's first goal in the knockout phase of a World Cup. Cometh the hour, cometh the man. If you're in Australia, here's the Messi goal: — SBS Sport (@SBSSportau) December 3, 2022 Take a look if you are in the UK: — BBC Sport (@BBCSport) December 3, 2022 Messi's goal - available in the US only: Give Messi an inch, he will find the back of the net 🎯 pic. twitter.
14 mins: Mitch Duke and Riley McGree up front have hardly been in the same time zone as the ball so far for Australia. 9 mins: That's a rare sight - Lionel Messi mis-controls it on the edge of the box and Aaron Mooy takes it away. Then Julian Alvarez clatters Aziz Behich near the touchline but the referee allows it to continue. 7 mins: Keanu Bacchus lets Lionel Messi know he is around with a strong challenge. 5 mins: Australia are sitting very deep and letting Argentina knock it around, they will be looking to hit on the break as and when they get the chance. 3 mins: The ball strikes Keanu Bacchus on the arm on the edge of the box - Argentina are claiming a penalty but the referee ignores their protests.
26 mins: Of course, Aaron Mooy and Nicolas Otamendi technically were team mates at Man City, except Mooy was farmed out on loan. Aziz Behich tries to barge into the box but three Argentinean shirts thwart him. 24 mins: Australia get the first corner of the night, but Aaron Mooy's curling effort is nodded away by Nicolas Otamendi with ease. 22 mins: Argentina have yet to play like the hot favourites they are on paper, and Australia have enjoyed some lengthy spells on the ball in the last few minutes. 18 mins: Attacking intent from the Aussies at last! Jackson Irvine feeds Aziz Behich and he muscles his way to the bye-line before taking the ball out of play, signs of promise for the underdogs. 15 mins: Yellow card - Jackson Irvine earns a booking for a niggly foul right on top of Marcos Acuna's foot, and will mis the quarter-final if his side get there with a secind yellow of the tournament.
Argentina have won the World Cup twice in their history, in 1978 and 1986, and made it as far as the round of 16 at Russia 2018 only to lose to eventual winners France. Australia qualified for the by finishing second in Group D. They took six points from three matches, finishing level on points with group winners France but behind them on goal difference. They lost to France on the opening day of the competition (4-1) but rallied afterwards to beat Tunisia (1-0) and then Denmark (1-0). Australia haven't missed a World Cup since Germany 2006, when they made it to the round of 16 only to be eliminated by eventual winners Italy. Since then they've not even made it through the group phase.
Martinez (GK) — 26. Molina, 13. Romero, 19. Otamendi, 8. Acuna — 7. De Paul, 24. Fernandez, 20. Mac Allister — 17. Gomez, 10. Messi, 9. Alvarez (4-3-3, right to left): 1. Ryan (GK) — 2. Degenek, 19. Souttar, 4. Rowles, 16. Behich — 26. Bacchus, 13. Mooy, 22. Irvine, 7. Leckie, 15. Duke, 14. McGree MORE: Watch every World Cup match live with fuboTV (U. S.
com/eamX9eQxqn — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) December 3, 2022 Half-time: Australia end the half on the attack, but the teams walk off with Lionel Messi giving the crowd a clenched fist as he heads down the tunnel. After his wonderful moment of skill, he's entitled. 44 mins: Julian Alvarez chases down the ball as it is passed across Mat Ryan in the sx yard box, then harries the Australian defence as they try to clear. 41 mins: Australia have to chase the game now, not what they were set up for, while Argentina have been boosted by their talisman's moment of magic.
64 mins: Lionel Messi weaves into the area but an outstretched leg from Milos Degenek does the job - just. 61 mins: Australia brought on Craig Goodwin and Ajdin Hrustic for Riley McGree and Keanu Baccus, they have to go for it now but to be honest it looks a lost cause. Argentina are purring now. 2-0 to Argentina! Julian Alvarez after a howler from Mat Ryan! The Australian keeper tried to be clever with the ball at his feet, but Rodrigo De Paul did well to pressurise him and then when it squirted out to him, the City striker could not fail to score from there! Game over? 53 mins: Nicolas Otamendi's ball back to the keeper is slack and Mitch Duke races in on goal, but Emiliano Martinez hoofs it clear just in time. 50 mins: Lionel Messi shoots from just outside the area, but he slips as he shoots and Mat Ryan collects easily.
It was from very close range, but they have been given. 2 mins: Very cagey so far, and early throw for the Australians near the Argentine box was repelled and since then the men in blue and white have played keep-ball. Kickoff: And we're off with Australia getting us under way! Huge backing for Argentina inside the stadium, the Aussies really will be up against it. 3 mins to kickoff: The anthems are done, we are all set! 5 mins to kickoff: The teams are emerging, and we get a close-up of Jackson Irvine's impressive moustache as he saunters past the camera in the tunnel.
Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:How to watch and oddsDate: Saturday, Dec. 3 | Time: 2 p. m. ETLocation: Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, -- Ar-Rayyan, QatarTV: FOX | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)Odds: Argentina -510; Draw +525; Australia +1500(via Caesars Sportsbook) Team newsArgentina: Messi leads the line for Argentina. The 35-year-old Paris Saint-Germain talisman has contributed two goals and an assist in 270 minutes of football.
36 mins: Yellow card - Milos Degenek is booked for a hand in the face of Marcos Acuna. GOOOOAAAALLLLLLL! Lionel Messi! Who else??? The little genius starts the move, he races into the area and collects a touch from Nicolas Otamendi before sliding a left-footed shot past Mat Ryan's right hand and low into the net. Brilliant, brilliant stuff. 31 mins: Aaron Mooy wastes a chance by overhitting a free kick into the Argentine area. Australia will have to make the most of the rare chances they get, but they are growing in confidence. 30 mins: The decibel level goes up as Lionel Messi gets the ball 25 meters out, but four Australians snuff him out. 28 mins: Another Australia corner, and Harry Souttar gets his head to it - it lacks power and is cleared, but credit to the Socceroos for getting into the danger area.
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Aziz Behich’s weaving run into the box was ended by a great tackle by Lisandro Martinez, and in the 97th minute Garang Kuol’s shot was saved at close range by Emi Martinez. Argentina were good value for their win, but Australia left the tournament with heads held high. The Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights for Argentina vs Australia at the 2022 World Cup. Follow below for complete results from the Round of 16 match in Qatar. MORE: Argentina vs Australia best bets, tips and predictions from TSN's experts Argentina vs Australia final score 1H 2H Final Argentina 1 2 Australia 0 Goals: Lionel Messi 34 mins, Julian Alvarez 57 mins, Craig Goodwin 76 mins Confirmed lineups: (4-3-3, right to left): 23. E.
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