AUSTRALIA are surprise leaders of the Olympic Games' Group of Death as they go into their second game against Spain.
The Aussies stunned Argentina 2-0 to top the group and can book their place in the quarter-finals with a win today.
An extremely strong Spain team featuring the likes of Pedri, Pau Torres and Unai Simon still has work to do to qualify after drawing 0-0 with Egypt on the opening night.
What time does Australia vs Spain kick off?
- Australia take on Spain on Sunday, July 25.
- The match kicks off at 11.30am UK time – 7.30pm in Japan.
- It will take place at the Sapporo Dome.
What TV channel is Australia vs Spain on and can I live stream it?
- Australia vs Spain is live on Eurosport 5.
- To stream the game live, head to the Eurosport Player or discover+.
Can I watch Australia vs Spain for free?
- Yes. You can get a three-day free trial of discovery+.
- This will switch to a £29.99/year membership if not cancelled during the trial period.
Oscar Mingueza looks set to sit this one out after pulling up injured against Egypt.
Jesus Vallejo is likely to be the replacement, as he was in the opening game.
Dani Ceballos also went off injured in the opening game and is set to be replaced by Carlos Soler or Jon Moncayola.
Rafa Mir may also earn a start after an ineffective opening game display from Mikel Oyarzabal.
Marco Tilio will hope for a start for Australia after coming on as a substitute to net the second goal against Argentina.
*Odds from Betfair correct as of Saturday, July 24
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