Australia vs Peru live score, updates, highlights & lineups from Socceroos World Cup intercontinental playoff

Australia vs Peru live score, updates, highlights & lineups from Socceroos World Cup intercontinental playoff

Australia and Peru will battle it out for a spot at this year’s FIFA World Cup in an exciting intercontinental playoff from Doha, Qatar.

The South American nation are the favourites coming into this match, having beaten Australia when they last met in the group stage of the 2018 World Cup.

But can the Socceroos cause an upset and book their ticket to Qatar? It would be a fifth consecutive World Cup appearance for the Australian side.

The Sporting News is following the match live and providing live score updates, commentary.

MORE: Group opponents and schedule at World Cup for Australia-Peru winner

Australia vs Peru live score

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Socceroos vs. Peru live updates, highlights from World Cup playoff

20 minutes until kickoff:  “It won’t be any type of distraction,” says Socceroos boss Graham Arnold about the fact that the stadium will be taken over by Peru fans:

20 minutes until kickoff:  Here’s the breakdown of both lineups.

30 minutes until kickoff: Atmosphere is already electric for warmups:

SE PONEN A PUNTO
Perú🇵🇪 y Australia🇦🇺 vienen realizando el calentamiento de rigor en el gramado de juego. Choque está pactado para la 1 de la tarde🕐.

📹 @negrinilosabe pic.twitter.com/kys1ih694C

— Ovacion.pe (@ovacionweb) June 13, 2022

45 minutes until kickoff:  Peruvian fans will be loud tonight:

60 minutes until kickoff:  Both nations are going for their sixth World Cup appearance. The full list for each follows below:

90 minutes until kickoff:  Here’s a four-minute preview of the match by Australia’s Optus Sport:

2 hours until kickoff: Welcome to Sporting News’ live blog for this do-or-die World Cup play-off match! Will it be Australia or Peru booking their ticket to Qatar 2022?

Socceroos vs. Peru lineups

Graham Arnold makes one change from the 2-1 win against the UAE with Mitchell Duke coming on for Craig Goodwin at left wing.

Australia starting XI (4-1-4-1, right to left): 1-Ryan (GK) — 4-Aktinson, 8-Wright, 17-Rowles, 16-Behich — 22-Irvine, 13-Mooy — 6-Boyle, 10-Hrustic, 7-Leckie — 15-Duke

Australia subs (12): 12-Redmayne (GK), 18-Vukovic (GK), 2-Degenek, 20-Sainsbury, 3-Karacic, 5-Genreau, 11-Mabil, 14-McGree, 19-Goodwin, 21-Tilio, 9-MacLaren, 23-D’Agostino

The injury concerns for Peru leading up to the match were real because Yoshimar Yotun, Marcos Lopez and Pedro Aquino are not in the starting lineup. Christofer Gonzales, Miguel Trauco and Renato Tapia take their place in the XI.

Peru starting XI (4-3-3, left to right): 1-Pedro Gallese — 6-Miguel Trauco, 22-Alexander Callens, 5-Carlos Zambrano, 17-Luis Advincula  — 16-Christofer Gonzales, 13-Renato Tapia, 8-Sergio Pena — 10-Christian Cueva, 9-Gianluca Lapadula, 8-Andre Carrillo

Peru subs (12): 21-Carvallo (GK), 12-Campos (GK), 3-Corzo, 15-Araujo, 2-Abram, 4-Lopez, 14-Cartagena, 23-Aquino, 19-Calcaterra, 20-Flores, 7-Valera, 11-Ormeno

Australia vs Peru TV channel, live stream

CountryDate/TimeTVStream
AustraliaTues, June 14
4 a.m. AEST
Channel 1010 Play, Paramount+
CanadaMon, June 13
2 p.m. ET
TSN 1/5TSN GO, TSN Direct
UKMon, June 13
7 p.m. BST
BBC site/app
USAMon, June 13
2 p.m. ET
FS1 (English), Telemundo (Spanish), Universo (Spanish)fuboTV, Fox Sports GO/app