Final qualifier to be shown live
FOX SPORTS will broadcast Australia’s do-or-die final Olympic Games qualifier against DPR Korea LIVE and EXCLUSIVE tomorrow afternoon (5.00pm kick off AEDT) from Pyongyang.
FOX SPORTS will broadcast Australia-s do-or-die final Olympic Games qualifier against DPR Korea LIVE and EXCLUSIVE tomorrow afternoon (5.00pm kick off AEDT) from Pyongyang.
The Australian U23 team needs a draw or win against DPR Korea to seal a place at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
Australia sits on top of Group A after five matches in the third phase of qualifying with a three point cushion to second-placed Iraq. The top team from each group qualifies for the Olympic Games.
Australia moved into the box seat last Saturday night after goals to Captain Mark Milligan and Adrian Leijer gave them a 2-0 win over Iraq in Gosford.
Australia has qualified for every Olympic Games since 1988 and in Athens the men-s football team reached the quarter finals, falling 1-0 to Iraq.
The Australia v DPR Korea Olympic Games Qualifier will be screened at 5.00pm on FOX SPORTS 2 with commentary from Mike Cockerill and Andy Harper.
Olympic Games Qualifier Australia v DPR Korea Wednesday 21 November LIVE and EXCLUSIVE FOX SPORTS 2 5.00pm
The match will be replayed at 9.30pm on Wednesday 21 November (FOX SPORTS 2)
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