[**LIVE@STREAM**]* Australia vs South Korea Live TV Broadcast World Baseball Classic On 09 March 2023
Australia vs South Korea Live World Baseball Classic live: Schedule, groups, scores and latest news.The 2023 World Baseball Classic is underway, with pool play continuing for the next week. Follow along with updates, news, analysis and more below. Upcoming schedule Wednesday, March 8: Australia vs. Korea at 10 p.m. ET on FS1 (Pool B) Wednesday, March 8: Panama vs. the Netherlands at 11 p.m. ET on FS2 (Pool A) Thursday, March 9: China vs. Japan at 5 a.m. ET on FS1 (Pool B) Thursday, March 9: Italy vs. Cuba at 6 a.m. on Tubi (Pool A) It has been six years since the last WBC, when the United States won its first title in a victory against Puerto Rico in the final round. Starting on March 7 and running through March 21, the international tournament returns with the biggest stars in the sport across the world competing for the title in its fifth editions.
Australia's last competitive match dates back to January 26 when they suffered an Asian Cup quarter-final defeat at the hands of the UAE. South Korea also exited the tournament at the same stage, losing to eventual winners Qatar, but have been active since picking up wins against Bolivia and Colombia. These two nations are no strangers to one another with their last match taking place in November 2018 when a late Massimo Luongo strike salvaged a 1-1 draw for the green and gold in Brisbane. Game South Korea vs Australia Date Friday, June 7 Time 9:00pm AEST TV Channel, Live Stream & How To Watch For UK readers, get your fix on the latest football on TV here! US readers can find out what soccer is on TV here! The Socceroos clash with South Korea will be shown on TV in Australia via Fox Sports and 10 Bold.
The match can also be live streamed on Kayo and the My Football app - both of which require subscriptions. AUS TV channel Online stream Fox Sports/10 Bold Kayo/My Football Squads & Team News Position Australia squad Goalkeepers Thomas, Redmayne Defenders Behich, Deng, Grant, Jurman, Smith, Souttar, Spiranovic, Rhys Williams, Wright Midfielders Amini, Antonis, Brillante, Goodwin, Jeggo, O'Neill, Petratos Forwards Borrello, Duke, Mabil, Taggart, Ryan Williams The Socceroos have rested most of their big names for this clash with Aaron Mooy, Mat Ryan and Tom Rogic all absent from the squad.
Two players originally named in the squad, Chris Ikonomidis and Mitch Langerak, have also had to pull out due to injury and illness. Possible Socceroos XI: Redmayne; Behich, Williams, Spiranovic, Wright; O'Neill, Amini, Antonis; Goodwin, Mabil, Taggart. Position South Korea squad Goalkeepers Sung-Yun Gu, Hyun-woo Jo, Seung-gyu Kim Defenders Chul-soon Choi, Chul Hong, Seung-hyun Jung, Jin-su Kim, Min-jae Kim, Young-gwon Kim, Kyung-won Kwon, Yong Lee, Ji-su Park Midfielders In-beom Hwang, Se-jong Ju, Woo-young Jung, Bo-kyung Kim, Jung-min Kim, Tae-hwan Kim, Chang-hoon Kwon, Chung-yong Lee, Jae-sung Lee, Jin-hyun Lee, Kang-in Lee, Seung-ho Paik, Jun-ho Son Forwards Hee-chan Hwang, Ui-jo Hwang, Dong-won Ji, Moon-hwan Kim, Jeong-hyeop Lee, Seung-woo Lee, Sang-ho Na, Heung-min Son Betting & Match Odds On home soil, South Korea head into this match as outright favourites with a win Paulo Bento's side valued at $1.
South Korea v Australia: TV channel, live stream, Socceroos squad news & previewKorea Republic vs Australia 08:00 BST 07/06/2019 The green and gold's first match since January won't be an easy one The Socceroos will end a five-month hibernation on Friday, June 7 when they take on South Korea at the Busan Asiad Stadium.