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Canada vs Australia live stream: FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 prediction, TV channel, how to watch, start time, odds

Canada vs Australia : How to watch, schedule, live stream info, game time, TV channel

🔴👉 WATCH Australia vs. Canada LIVE STREAM

Canada wraps up group play on Monday morning with a match against host Australia.

After Canada played to a 0-0 draw in its opener against Nigeria, Les Rouges bounced back with a 2-1 win over the Republic of Ireland, giving the nation four points in the standings and a share of first place in the group.

With a win or draw against Australia, Canada would punch its ticket to the Round of 16. Whether Canada finishes first or second in the group will depend on the result from the Nigeria vs Ireland match.

Even if Bev Priestman's side loses the match, that does not mean the Canadians would be out. However, it would leave their destiny out of their control, and advancement to the knockout stage would be dictated by the Nigeria vs Ireland result.

Here is what fans need to know to watch Canada vs Australia on Monday.

MORE: All 23 players on Canada's World Cup roster

Canada vs Australia TV channel, live stream

TV Channel: TSN1/4/5, CTV, RDS (French)

Live Stream: TSN+, TSN site/app, CTV site/app, RDS site/app (French)

The Canada vs. Australia match will be showcased on three networks: TSN, CTV and RDS (French) as well as their streaming platforms.

TSN1, TSN4 and TSN5 will carry the match, as well as CTV. The French-language broadcast will be supplied by RDS.

Streaming options are available on TSN+ as well as the sites and apps of all three broadcasters (TSN, CTV, RDS).

MORE: How to watch the Women's World Cup in Canada

What time does Canada vs Australia start?

This Women's World Cup match at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium kicks off locally in Melbourne, Australia on Monday, July 31 at 8 p.m. local time, but with the time difference, it is an early morning game in Canada.

Here's the Canada vs. Australia kickoff time on Monday in Canada:

Canada vs Australia odds for Women's World Cup match

Neither team has looked particularly impressive through their first two group matches, but it's Canada who have met adversity head on and come out with four points. Despite injuries to Janine Beckie, Desiree Scott, and Jessie Fleming, and sometimes failing to pass the eye test, Canada have managed to secure four points.

Yet somehow, the Aussies are significant favorites here, with the return of star forward Sam Kerr, who missed the first two group matches due to injury.

The North American side has leaned on its world-class defense, conceding just a single goal through two matches, which came on a stunner from Katie McCabe who struck a Goal of the Tournament nominee, scoring directly from a corner. Otherwise, they've held it locked down at the back, holding Nigeria to one shot on target and preventing Ireland from having too many clear-cut opportunities.

Canada hold the upper hand, needing just a draw to secure advancement to the knockout round, but such a result would leave them only able to win the group should Nigeria lose to already eliminated Republic of Ireland.

Co-hosts Australia, meanwhile, almost surely need a win to advance. There is a very specific scenario in which they could make it through with a draw, but it would require a Nigeria defeat in such a manner that sees Australia snatch the tiebreakers.

Thus, it all rides on this match as the two favoured sides in the four-team group are suddenly staring down the gun barrel of an early exit from the latest FIFA showcase tournament. Such a result would be a bitter pill to swallow for two sides that have visions of a knockout stage run given their stature and status in the women's game.

What time does Canada vs Australia kick off?

This 2023 Women's World Cup match in Group B play kicks off on Monday, July 31 at 8:00 p.m. local time at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Canada faces Australia in the FIFA Women’s World Cup on Monday, July 31, 2023 (7/31/23) at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

The game starts at 6 a.m. ET on FOX and Telemundo.

HOW TO WATCH: Fans can watch the match for free via a trial to fuboTV or via a subscription to Sling TV, which offers 50% off the first month.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Who: Canada vs. Australia

When: Monday, July 31, 2023

Time: 6 a.m. ET

Where: AAMI Park

TV: FOX and Telemundo

Channel finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Live stream: fuboTV (free trial), Sling TV (which offers 50% off the first month)

Here’s a recent AP story on the FIFA Women’s World Cup:

AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) — Megan Rapinoe is adjusting to her new role at the Women’s World Cup, even if it means she’s not on the field as much as she’d like to be.

The outspoken 38-year-old known for her eclectic hair colors and the iconic victory pose she struck at the 2019 World Cup is the oldest player on the team. She already announced that her fourth World Cup would be her last.

“Ultimately, we’re at the World Cup. This is where everybody wants to be, whether you’re playing 90 minutes, whether you’re a game changer, whatever,” she said Sunday. “I think it’s a lot similar to what I thought it would be — bringing all the experience that I can, all the experience that I have, and ultimately being ready whenever my number is called up.”

Rapinoe has played limited minutes so far, coming in as a substitute in the 3-0 victory over Vietnam in the tournament opener, which was her 200th career appearance for the team.

She was available but didn’t play in the disappointing 1-1 draw with the Netherlands on Thursday in Wellington. U.S. coach Vlatko Andonovski made just one substitution in the match, bringing in midfielder Rose Lavelle after the first half.




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