Wales v Austria kick-off time, TV channel and live stream info for World Cup play-off

Wales bid to edge one step closer to World Cup qualification on Thursday evening as they host Austria in the play-off semi-finals.

Here’s everything you need to know about the crunch contest at Cardiff City Stadium.

What time is Wales v Austria?

Wales v Austria kicks off at 7.45pm on Thursday, March 24.

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Is Wales v Austria on TV?

Yes. S4C will be broadcasting the game live. Their coverage starts at 7.20pm. Sky Sports will also be screening the fixture. Coverage on their Main Event channel begins at 7pm. Alternatively, you can follow live updates on Gist Vile’s match blog.

How can I live stream the match?

Sky customers will be able to live stream the action via the Sky Go app, while S4C’s streaming service Clic is also showing the game. It is also available on BBC iPlayer.

What is the latest team news?

Wales have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game in Cardiff. Joe Morrell is unavailable due to suspension while David Brooks, Danny Ward, Kieffer Moore and Tyler Roberts all miss out.

As for Austria, Florian Grillitsch, Christopher Trimmel, Philipp Lienhart and Dejan Ljubicic all withdrew from the squad. Kevin Danso, Stefan Ilsanker, Alessandro Schöpf and Andreas Weimann have all since been called up.

What has Rob Page said?

“We’ve got all the ingredients. We’ve got a great group of senior lads but also the younger players coming through with quality,” he said. “It breeds for success, but if I’m being completely honest we’re punching above our weight.

“We thoroughly deserve to be where we’re at, playing top teams and in a World Cup play-off semi-final. The lads have earned that right.”

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Who is the referee?

Szymon Marciniak will take charge of proceedings at Cardiff City Stadium. The Polish official will be assisted by Paweł Sokolnicki and Tomasz Listkiewicz. Romanian Ovidiu Haţegan will be the fourth official while Tomasz Kwiatkowski is the video assistant referee.

What is the format of the game?

The semi-final is a single leg contest. It means the game will be decided on the night in Cardiff.

Should the match remain level after 90 minutes, extra-time will be played while a penalty shootout will take place if required.


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