Updated FIFA World Cup™ broadcast details

SBS will continue to simulcast the remainder of the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ alongside Optus Sport for the remainder of the tournament.

That means every single FIFA World Cup™ match can be watched on Optus Sport, SBS and SBS Viceland, or SBS' The World Game app for iPhone and Android.

Here are the remaining fixtures for the tournament in Russia, available on the above platforms.

ROUND OF 16

SUNDAY 1 JULY - All times in AEST

France v Argentina (kick-off 12am)

Uruguay v Portugal (kick-off 4am)

MONDAY 2 JULY     

Spain v Russia (kick-off 12am)                                                                                           

Croatia v Denmark (kick-off 4am)

TUESDAY 3 JULY 

Brazil v Mexico (kick-off 12am)

Belgium v Japan (kick-off 4am) 

WEDNESDAY 4 JULY 

Sweden v Switzerland (kick-off 12am)

Colombia v England (kick-off 4am)

QUARTER FINALS

SATURDAY 7 JULY

TBD v TBD (kick-off 12am) 

TBD v TBD (kick-off 4am)

SUNDAY 8 JULY

TBD v TBD (kick-off 12am) 

TBD v TBD  (kick-off 4am)

SEMI FINALS

WEDNESDAY 11 JULY            

TBD v TBD (kick-off 4am) 

THURSDAY 12 JULY    

TBD v TBD (kick-off 4am)

THIRD PLACE PLAYOFF

SUNDAY 15 JULY

TBD v TBD (kick-off 12am) 

FINAL

MONDAY 16 JULY

TBD v TBD (kick-off 1am)

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This article was originally published on the Caltex Socceroos website.
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