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SBS Sport will stream online LIVE all of Australia's matches at the 2013 EAFF East Asian Cup Preliminary Competition from Hong Kong this week.
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SBS

3 Dec 2012 - 12:00 AM  UPDATED 9 Dec 2012 - 11:07 AM

Don't miss a minute of the action as Holger Osieck's new look Socceroos take on Hong Kong, DPR Korea, Guam and Chinese Taipei.

AUSTRALIA v CHINESE TAIPEI

Sunday 9 December

From 7:50pm (AEDT) with kick-off 8:00pm (AEDT)

Commentary team: Vitor Sobral and Aytek Genc

(Refresh this page at 7.50pm AEDT on Sunday 9 December to activate the live stream)

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HONG KONG 0-1 AUSTRALIA
Monday 3 December

DPR KOREA 1-1 AUSTRALIA

Wednesday 5 December

GUAM 0-9 AUSTRALIA

Friday 7 December

From 8:40pm (AEDT) with kick-off 8:50pm (AEDT)

Commentary team: Vitor Sobral and Aytek Genc

Match highlights of all Australia's matches will also be available on The World Game website while SBS Reporter Scott McIntyre will be covering the event on location in Hong Kong.

Eight players in the final Socceroos squad for the Preliminary Competition are uncapped with China-based defender Dino Djulbic and A-League players Terry Antonis, Ivan Franjic, Michael Marrone, Aaron Mooy, Mat Ryan, Matt Smith and Adam Taggart all set to play their first senior internationals during the four-game round-robin tournament.

Socceroos squad is: Terry Antonis (Sydney FC), Eli Babalj (Red Star Belgrade, Serbia), Aziz Behich (Melbourne Heart), Robert Cornthwaite (Chunnam Dragons, South Korea), Dino Djulbic (Guizhou Renhe, China), Ivan Franjic (Brisbane Roar), Brett Emerton (Sydney FC), Eugene Galekovic (Adelaide United), Richard Garcia (Melbourne Heart), Scott Jamieson (Perth Glory), Michael Marrone (Melbourne Heart), Matt McKay (Busan I Park, South Korea), Mark Milligan (Melbourne Victory), Aaron Mooy (Western Sydney Wanderers), Tom Rogic (Central Coast Mariners), Mat Ryan (Central Coast Mariners), Matt Smith (Brisbane Roar), Adam Taggart (Newcastle Jets), Archie Thompson (Melbourne Victory), Michael Thwaite (Perth Glory).