Watch Live Football Match Today Indonesia vs United Arab Emirates in a World Cup Qualifier 2021 Match Live Stream from Sky Sports free online at SIALTV.PK
Live streaming of Indonesia vs UAE in the continued match of Group G 2022 World Cup Qualification today broadcast live on SCTV, can also be watched via live streaming Mola TV.
The Indonesia vs UAE 2022 World Cup Qualification match will be held at Zabeel Stadium, Dubai, Friday (11/6/2021) night.
The excitement of the Indonesia vs UAE 2022 World Cup Qualification match can be watched live on television screens via SCTV and free live streaming of Mola TV with kick-off time at 23.45 WIB.
The Indonesian national team seems to be making the match against the UAE a match that puts their pride at stake.
Indonesia vs United Arab Emirates: Where and when?
- Kick-off time: June 11, 16:00 (UTC+9)
- Venue: Yanmar Stadium Nagai, Osaka
- TV channel: If you want to watch the game Djokovic vs Nadal live on TV, your options is: Mola TV y SCTV.
You can catch all of this game live on Sky Sports Premier League.
Coverage begins at 7.30 pm.
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How to watch a Indonesia v United Arab Emirates live stream in the US
ESPN has the rights to Indonesia vs United Arab Emirates game and will be showing the match live on its ESPN3 channel. IND opens up a couple of options for streaming including FuboTV and Sling which both carry the channel.
Alternatively, you can use FuboTV to watch live with access to TUDN’s Spanish-language coverage of the game.
The kick-off for this game is at 3 pm ET / 12pm PT.
The match will be played at the Zabeel Stadium, also called “Al-Wasl Stadium”, located in the city of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
IND vs UAE Predicted Lineups
Indonesia (4-3-3): Nadeo Argawinata; Asnawi Mangkualam, Rizly RIdho, Arif Satria, Pratama Arhan; Kadek Agung, Egy Maulana Vikri, Syahrian Abhimanyu, Evan Dimas; Kushedya Hari Yudo, Muhammad Rafli.
United Arab Emirates (4-3-3): Fahad Al Dhanhani, Mahmoud Al Hammadi, Walid Abbas, Shahin Abdulrahman, Bandar Mohamed; Abdullah Ramadan, Majed Hassan, Khalfan Mubarak; Juma Eid, Fabio Lima, Ali Mabkhout.