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World Cup 2018 Qualifier: Where To Watch Austria vs Ireland Online

World Cup 2018 Qualifier: Where To Watch Austria vs Ireland Online
By Darren Holland Updated

No Irish supporter is going to want to miss their crucial upcoming World Cup Qualifying match. Balls.ie provides all of the information as to where to watch Austria vs Ireland online this Saturday.

Martin O'Neill's side enter the fixture in quite a favourable position as they are joint top of the group with Serbia on seven points with three games played.

Despite the challenge awaiting in Vienna, Ireland will be hoping to leave the Ernst-Happel Stadion with a positive result.

Austria have found it difficult to replicate the form of the European Championship qualifiers when they were one of only four teams - along with Romania, England and Italy - to go the entire campaign unbeaten. However, they have only registered a single competitive victory in their past six competitive fixtures.

Ireland will be wary of Bayern Munich's effervescent, David Alaba, following his late equaliser in Dublin three years ago.

Absolutely heartbreaking to this day.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o_cfAXjSujk

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Where To Watch Austria vs Ireland Online...

If You Are In The Republic of Ireland -

RTÉ will broadcast the game live on the RTÉ 2 and RTÉ Live on the RTE player. Coverage starts at 4 p.m as Eamon Dunphy, Liam Brady and Damien Duff provide analysis on the crucial fixture. The match itself is due to kickoff at 5 p.m GMT.

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However, RTÉ can only broadcast the game within the Republic of Ireland due to contractual obligations with UEFA.

 

If You Are In The United Kingdom -

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Fortunately for those of you living in the United Kingdom, Sky Sports will broadcast Austria vs Ireland online through the Sky Go app - which is free to all Sky customers.

Coverage begins on Sky Sports 1 at 4.45 p.m, just fifteen minutes prior to kickoff in Vienna.

It should be noted that a subscription to the Sky Sports package is needed in order to view the game live.

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