[SOCCER/StReAms] Socceroos vs New Zealand Live Free Broadcast TV Channel On 17 October 2023
Australia are set to face New Zealand in an international friendly on October 17. How to watch the friendly match between Australia and New Zealand, as well as kick-off time and team news. Australia vs New Zealand: Where to watch the match online, live stream, TV channels, and kick-off time
Australia are coming into this game having faced England in their previous game. The Socceroos lost their game against the Three Lions by 1-0, having put up a good fight. They drew their previous game against Mexico in an international friendly.
New Zealand played a 1-1 draw against DR Congo in their previous international friendly after having abandoned their friendly against Qatar previously.
The rivalry between New Zealand and their neighbours is pretty lopsided as Australia holds the advantage in the head-to-head tie.
Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Australia vs New Zealand kick-off time
Date: October 17, 2023
Kick-off time: 2:45pm EST/ 7:45pm BST
Venue: Gtech Community Stadium
The game between Australia and New Zealand will be played on October 17, 2023 at 2:45pm EST/ 7:45 pm BST.
How to watch Australia vs New Zealand online - TV channels & live streams
The game will not be available to stream in the US or the UK.
Team news & squads
Australia team news
With Riley McGree, Bailey Wright, Jamie MacLaren, and Mathew Leckie unavailable for selection, they won't be available to play for the Socceroos this month and the Socceroos are likely to field the same lineup.
Australia predicted XI: Ryan; Strain, Souttar, Burgess, Behich; Baccus, Luongo; Boyle, Luongo, Mabil; Duke.
Goalkeepers: Redmayne, Ryan
Defenders: Behich, Burgess, Circati, Degenek, Souttar, Strain
Midfielders: Baccus, Bos, Irvine, Luongo, Metcalfe, O'Neill
Forwards: Borrello, Boyle, Duke, Goodwin, Mabil, Miller, Rowles, Silvera
New Zealand team news
New Zealand will be looking to turn their draw against DR Congo into a win against trans-Tasman rivals, Australia, this time around.
New Zealand predicted lineup: Tzanev; Kirwan, Boxall, Pijnaker, Cacace; McCowatt, Stamenic, Singh; Just, Wood, Waine.
Goalkeepers: Woud, Crocombe, Tzanev
Defenders: Tuiloma, Boxall, Pijnaker, Smith, Bindon, Cacace, Wilkins, Kirwan
Midfielders: Garbett, Stamenic, Singh
Forwards: McCowatt, Champness, Just, Wood, Waine, Greive, Mata
Australia have the head-to-head advantage in this tie, having won each of their last three encounters against New Zealand.
Australia coach Graham Arnold has made a number of notable squad changes for the Socceroos' two upcoming friendlies. Luongo headlines the fresh inclusions, with the 31-year-old returning to the national team fold for the first time in four years following strong form in the Championship with Ipswich Town. Left-back Jordy Bos is back in the side after a bout with appendicitis, while right-back Lewis Miller has earned his debut call-up. In a boost for Australia, midfielder Jackson Irvine has been named after recovering from an ankle injury suffered in the country's previous friendly against Mexico.