Broadcast details: Caltex Socceroos v Honduras
The Caltex Socceroos' 2018 FIFA World Cup fate will be determined on Wednesday night as they host Honduras in the second-leg of their Intercontinental Play-off in Sydney.
After a 0-0 draw in the first leg in Honduras on Saturday (AEDT), a win would be enough to seal Ange Postecoglou's side a place at next year's showpiece in Russia.
Here's how you can watch every minute of what promises to be a thrilling game.
Match will be broadcast LIVE on FOX SPORTS 501.
Pre-game coverage begins at 7PM (AEDT).
Nine and 9Go! has free-to-air coverage
Sydney 7.30pm LIVE on Nine
Melbourne 7.30pm LIVE on Nine
Brisbane 7.00pm LIVE on Nine pre-show from 6.30pm on 9GO!
Adelaide 7.30pm LIVE on Nine pre-show from 7.00pm on 9GO!
Perth 4.30pm LIVE on 9Go!
*The match will also be streamed LIVE on 9NOW
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