World Cup Qualifiers continue with the Socceroos vs Chinese Taipei

The Socceroos will take another step towards the 2022 FIFA World Cup when they clash with Chinese Taipei on Tuesday night.

The Socceroos currently sit atop Group B in Asian Qualification following convincing wins over Kuwait and Nepal. 

Adam Peacock will be joined by Australian football icons Mark Bosnich and Robbie Slater to preview the clash from 10.00pm AEDT on Fox Sports.

The attention then turns to Kaohsiung National Stadium with the voice of football in Australia, Simon Hill and former Socceroo Andy Harper bringing fans every second of the action, LIVE and ad-break free during play from 10.40pm AEDT.

Former Socceroo Bosnich said:

“The Socceroos will start this game as raging hot favourites, but it’s important for Graham Arnold’s men that they continue to improve. We’ll see some new faces in this Australian team and it will be exciting to see how they go.

“I know Arnold has called on his team to be more ruthless with the chances that they create and I’d be looking for them execute better against Chinese Taipei.

“These games are always tricky away from home, but if the Socceroos want to qualify for the 2022 World Cup then these are the type of games that they have to win and win well.”

FOX SPORTS, on Foxtel will broadcast the match live and ad-break free tomorrow night (Tuesday, October 15) at 10.40pm.

The match will also be broadcast live on SBS Viceland

Kevin Perry
Co-Creator and Editor of the TV Blackbox website, Kevin Perry is an experienced media commentator focused on TV Production, Consumer Tech, SVOD & Sports Broadcasting. | Call/Text 0428 275 111

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