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SBS announces broadcast schedule for Semi-Finals in 2022 FIFA World Cup™  Live and Free on SBS and SBS on Demand

Wednesday 14 December – Croatia v Argentina from 5:30am 

Thursday 15 December – France v Morocco from 5:30am 

After a thrilling weekend of football Argentina, Croatia, Morocco, and France are the final teams in the running to lift the trophy in Qatar on Monday 19 December. With only four matches to go until the end of the tournament, this week coming will see two huge clashes played on Wednesday and Thursday morning.

The first match of Quarter finals over the weekend kicked off with a huge upset with Croatia eliminating favourites Brazil, winning 4-2 on penalties after a nail-biting 1-1 at the end of extra time. Argentina continues to keep Lionel Messi’s World Cup dreams alive after beating the Netherlands 4-3 in a penalty shootout.

This morning, Morocco made history as the first-ever African team to make the semi-finals of a World Cup after a 1-0 victory sent Portugal home. The quarter finals were round out with defending champions France defeating England in another exhilarating and close match.

Richard Bayliss and Niav Owens will continue to host the broadcasts each day, sharing their insights and analysis alongside Mark Bosnich, Craig Foster and Sarah Walsh. Martin Tyler will provide world-exclusive match commentary on the ground for the remaining game.

SBS On Demand will continue to be the digital home of this year’s event. The ‘FIFA World Cup Hub’ via SBS On Demand is where Australians can live stream all 64 games and catch up on match replays, highlights, short-form video extras, mini matches and more to enjoy anytime and anywhere. From tomorrow, a curated selection of the best matches from the tournament will be played each afternoon on SBS and SBS on Demand at 2.30pm AEDT.

For those watching via SBS On Demand, create your free SBS On Demand account now at to stream free.

For those who already have an account, simply log into your device(s) now, update the app, and don’t forget to turn on ‘push notifications’ to receive reminders.

For more information, head to the guide on the SBS website HERE

Media Release – SBS

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