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Chile vs Australia, World Cup Group Stage: Open Thread

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For readers in the United States, what a treat this is to watch a World Cup match during primetime instead of early morning hours.

After a brilliant day of soccer, here we go. Chile against Australia. Everyone is convinced the Socceroos will get thrashed. Let’s hope it’s a thrilling game no matter what.

Where to watch the Chile vs Australia game on US television. Kick-off time is 6pm ET/Noon PT:

• English language: ESPN2 and WatchESPN
• Spanish language: Univision, Univision Deportes Network and Univision online
• Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes

ESPN commentators: Daniel Mann and Kasey Keller

Starting lineups:

Chile XI: Bravo; Isla, Medel, Jara, Mena; Vidal, Diaz, Aranguiz; Valdivia; Alexis Sanchez, Vidal.

Australia XI: Ryan, Franjic, Wilkinson, Spiranovic, Davidson, Miligan, Jedinak, Oar, Bresciano, Leckie, Cahill.

SEE MORE — Everything you need to know about the World Cup.

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.


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