Optus Sport confirms broadcast schedule for Quarter-Finals action at FIFA Women’s World Cup | #WWC2019

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Following the conclusion of the Round of 16 on Wednesday morning, the FIFA Women’s World Cup quarter-final matches are confirmed.

On Friday morning, Norway face England, on Saturday morning host nation France take on the USA, before the final day of quarter-final matches Italy v Netherlands and Germany v Sweden on Sunday morning.

Optus Sport continues to provide the most comprehensive coverage of a Women’s World Cup in Australia, with a team of former Matildas and Socceroos providing expert analysis and opinion on all the action in France.

“We have seen some incredible matches during this tournament and it is only going to get better,” Optus Sport Expert Heather Garriock said.

“The quarter-finals will raise the bar, because for any team to progress from here, that is exactly what they are going to have to do.”

Optus Sport talent across the quarter-finals includes Amy Duggan, Mel McLaughlin, Heather Garriock, Amy Chapman, John Aloisi, Cheryl Salisbury, Georgia Yeoman-Dale, Richard Bayliss as well as Alicia Ferguson, Mark Schwarzer and Niav Owens pitchside in France.



Friday June 28 (all times AEST)
4.30am – Norway v England (kick off 5am)
7.30am – EscarGoals, the Optus Sport Review Show hosted by Richard Bayliss

Saturday June 29
4.30am – France v USA (kick off 5am)
7.30am – EscarGoals
10.30pm – Italy v Netherlands (kick off 11pm)

Sunday June 30
2am – Germany v Sweden (kick off 1.30am)
7.30am – EscarGoals