If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Austria vs. Hungary in Euro 2016, you’ve come to the right place.

In the penultimate game of the first round of games in Euro 2016, Austria and Hungary face off against each other in a game where Austria has been picked as one of the dark horses of the tournament by ESPN’s Taylor Twellman. These two proud nations will battle to try to gain an advantage in Group F.

Here are all of the details of where you can watch it on television and via legal streaming:

Who: Austria vs. Hungary
What: Euro 2016, Group F
When: Game kicks off at Noon ET / 9am PT; Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Where: Live on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, WatchESPN, Sling Latino and Sling TV (free trial)

If you live outside the United States, you can watch Sling TV via a VPN service (many offer a free trial).

With Sling TV, you can watch the Austria vs. Hungary and other Euro 2016 games with a free 7-day trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Roku or hook it up with your smart TV or Google Chromecast or Amazon Fire.

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Plus Sling TV, the legal streaming service also includes beIN SPORTS (La Liga, Serie A, World Cup qualifiers), Univision Deportes (Liga MX, MLS, World Cup) as well as ESPN, ESPN2 plus tons of entertainment channels.

The Sling TV app is available for Windows 7 & higher, Apple computers (Lion 10.7 & higher) Amazon Fire TV, Amazon Fire tablet (running Android 4.4.2+), Roku, Android TV, ZTE, Channel Master, Apple iOS 8 (& higher) phones & tablets, Android 4.0.3 (and higher) phones & tablets and Xbox One.

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Formerly the most feared football nation on the planet during the days of the iconic Golden Team in the 1950s, those from Hungary are now just contented to see their team back in a major tournament once again.

It’s the first time since the 1986 World Cup they’ve been involved in a summer showpiece and remarkably, 44 years since they last made it to the finals of their continental competition. But after overcoming Norway impressively in the playoffs, they’ve benefitted from the expansion of the competition and will be keen to show what they can do in France.

Although they featured in Euro 2008 as joint hosts, this is the first time ever Austria have made it to the European Championships through a prolonged qualifying process. You wouldn’t have believed so watching them in Group G.

After a 1-1 draw at home to Sweden in their first match, the Burschen went on a tremendous run, winning nine games on the spin to secure their spot in the finals with panache. The sequence included impressive wins over Russia and an emphatic 4-1 win over Sweden in Gothenburg late on in the campaign, a fitting sign of the stellar progress this side made throughout qualifying.

A look at the squad and it’s easy to see why so many are tipping Koller’s side as a possible surprise package this summer. At the back Aleksandar Dragovic is an imposing defender, while skipper Fuchs, fresh from his remarkable title-winning season with Leicester City, raids with intent down the left.

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