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[[VOCA@TV]] Australia vs Canada LIVE @S.t.r.e.a.m Free TV Channel 31 july 2023

Watch Australia vs. Canada on Fubo! Streaming Live Australia vs. Canada Match Broadcast. Date: Monday, July 31, 2023; Time: 6:00 AM ET.

Canada vs Australia live stream and score online, information, prediction, TV channel, lineups preview, start date and more.

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Everything you need to know about the tournament, including the TV channel or streaming service where football fans can follow the action live, and what date and time their Group B fixtures kick off against Ireland, Nigeria and Canada

How to watch Canada vs Australia World Cup match in Canada via TSN, CTV, RDS live streams and TV channels

How to watch the FIFA Women's World Cup match between Canada and Australia, as well as kick-off time and team news.

Canada squares off against Australia in their third and final Group B match at the 2023 World Cup on Monday morning.

Match Day: Monday, July 31, 2023 Match Time: 6:00 AM ET Venue: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium in Melbourne, Australia TV Channel: FOX US,Fox Sports 2

Watch Australia vs. Canada and every 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup match on FOX Sports, with 29 contests televised on FOX and 35 airing on FS1. All 64 matches can be streamed live in 4k on the FOX Sports App. Australia Insights Australia's Last World Cup

In the Round of 16 of the 2019 World Cup, Australia lost in a shootout to Norway. Sam Kerr had five goals during the tournament. In addition, Emily Gielnik added two assists.

Canada and Australia will face off in their final Group B match at the 2023 Women's World Cup on Monday. Both teams are battling it out for a place in the knockout stage along with current group leaders, Nigeria. Co-hosts Australia started their campaign with a win over Ireland but then succumbed to a defeat against a strong Nigeria. The team though has a talented attack, good enough to return to winning ways against Canada.

The return from injury of Sam Kerr, who is the current FWA Women's Footballer of the Year, should boost their hopes of a win. Canada held Nigeria in their tournament opener and then beat Ireland 2-1 to come back into the fray. They will be hoping to pull off a big result against the co-hosts on Monday. Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more. Canada vs Australia kick-off time

Meanwhile, the host Aussies suffered a 3-2 loss against Nigeria, and are now at risk of failing to advance to the knockout stage. Australia's Matildas have to beat Canada to advance.

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

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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 televise 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 lineups, team news

Midfielder Jessie Fleming is fit and back in a starting role, playing the full 90 minutes against Republic of Ireland last time out after missing their World Cup opener. The world's leading international goal scorer, 40-year-old Christine Sinclair, didn't start against Ireland, and has been wasteful in front of goal. It's hard to see her starting here, instead potentially used as a late spark if needed.

While head coach Bev Priestman resisted starting Cloe Lacasse last time out after a solid performance off the bench against Nigeria, she could be tempted to do so here after Jordyn Huitema and Adrianna Leon put in hard-working shifts in the first two matches. Evelyne Viens started last match up front, but was yanked at halftime and could also be a candidate to be withdrawn.

Both Canada's centre-backs, Kadeisha Buchanan and Vanessa Gilles, picked up yellow cards and would be suspended for a potential Round of 16 match should Les Rouges advance. Buchanan was withdrawn at halftime of the Ireland game, and depending on how Priestman sees this game, the speedy Shelina Zadorsky could be deployed.

Canada projected starting lineup (4-3-3): Sheridan (GK) — Riviere, Zadorsky, Gilles, Lawrence — Quinn, Fleming, Grosso — Leon, Lacasse, Huitema.

Sam Kerr has stated that she will be available to play against Canada as the Matildas are playing for their World Cup lives. The Australia coaching staff has been tight-lipped as ever regarding her health, and if she does start, her calf muscle will remain a talking point throughout the match.

Head coach Tony Gustavsson made just one change between Australia's first two matches, replacing the injured Mary Fowler with Emily van Egmond up front, and the latter is likely to stick in the XI after netting a goal against Nigeria. An unchanged side is likely despite the recent defeat.

Caitlin Foord is the only Aussie facing suspension with a booking in this or future matches as it currently stands.

Australia projected starting lineup (4-4-2): Arnold (GK) — Carpenter, Hunt, Kennedy, Catley — Raso, Gorry, Cooney-Cross, Vine — Foord, Van Egmond.




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