Australia Football World Cup Tickets: Socceroos announce team changes for China

Posted by World Wide Tickets And Hospitality on November 12th, 2021

Australia Football today advised of changes to the Socceroos’ squad for Tuesday’s Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier against China PR in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Due to the knee injury continued by defender Harry Souttar in last night’s game, Kuwait SC defender Ryan McGowan and Sunderland AFC defender Bailey Wright have both been called up for the match to be held on neutral land.

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As a consequence of these trappings to the squad, Melbourne City FC forward Andrew Nabbout will reappearance to his club ahead of tonight’s FFA Cup 2021 match amid South Melbourne FC and Melbourne City FC at Lakeside Stadium. 

Souttar had images in Sydney this morning and is continuing to be measured by the Socceroos’ medical staff. The Australia Football team’s medical team is linking with Stoke City, Souttar’s club, and a further update on his injury status will be if in due course. Souttar, though, will not be fit to play in the UAE on Tuesday.For more to know about Qatar World Cup Tickets Click here.

Every game throughout the Socceroos’ Qatar Football World Cup 2022 AFC Asian Qualifiers Road to Qatar movement will be program wholly live and free in Australia via Network 10 and broadcast on 10 Play.

The Socceroos valued strongly on Network 10 on Thursday, with a peak of 816,000 viewers across the state tuning into the team’s fiery draw with Saudi Arabia in Western Sydney. The broadcast raised 10’s timeslot 188 percent likened with the day say last year and was popular with both under the 50s and the 16s to 39s section. The Socceroos will depart for the United Arab Emirates this twilight. 

FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 AFC Asian Qualifiers Road to Qatar
Matchday 6: China PR v Australia 
Date: Tuesday, 16 November 2021
Venue: Sharjah Stadium, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Kick-off: 7 pm local time (2 am AEDT  Wednesday, 17 November 2021)
Broadcast: Live and free in Australia on Network 10 and simulcast on 10 Play

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