Live Streaming Football, Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019: Where and how to watch AUS vs SYR
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Live Streaming Football, Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019: Where and how to watch AUS vs SYR

Group B’s final set of fixtures kick off on January 15 with Australia taking on Syria. Syria and Australia are paired alongside Jordan and Palestine in Group B of the competition.

Australia and Syria have played each other twice in their history. The first match was played on 5th October 2017, a  match which the Socceroos won 2-1. Five days later the two teams met yet again but this time Syria were able to hold Australia for a 1-1 draw.

Australia Team:

Live Streaming Football, Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019: Where and how to watch AUS vs SYR
Source: FOX Sports Asia

Syria Team:

Live Streaming Football, Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019: Where and how to watch AUS vs SYR
Source: Goal.com

For the first time ever, twenty-four nations will compete in the pan-Asian competition instead of the usual sixteen. As such two additional groups have been added and the two best teams from each group and the four best third-placed teams will progress in the tournament.

When and where will Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019 take place?

Australia vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019 Group B match will start at 07:00 PM IST on January 15 at the Sheikh Khalifa International Stadium in Al Ain.

Which channel will telecast Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019 match?

Australia vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019 match will be broadcasted on Star Sports.

How to Watch the live streaming of Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019 online?

The live online streaming of Australia Vs Syria, AFC Asian Cup 2019 will be available in India on Hotstar web with the subscription, while the game can be streamed for free on mobile app of Hotstar.

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Expected XI for both teams:

Australia (4-2-3-1):

Goalkeeper: Mathew Ryan
Defenders: Aziz Behich, Milos Degenek, Matthew Jurman, Rhyan Grant
Midfielders: Jackson Irvine, Mark Milligan, Chris Ikonomidis, Robbie Kruse, Awe Mabil
Forwards: Jamie Maclaren

Syria (3-2-4-1):

Goalkeeper: Ibrahim Alma
Defenders: Moayad Ajan, Ahmad Al Salih, Jehad Al Baour, Abd Al Malek Anezan
Midfielders: Zaher Midani, Tamer Haj Mohamad; Fahd Youssef, Omar Khrbin, Osama Omari
Forward: Omar Al Soma

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