The top two teams from each of the eight groups advance to the knockout stages of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Take a look at all the groups’ standings and their upcoming matches and results, and find out where to watch the Socceroos’ matches.
The Socceroos’ group
Let’s start (not alphabetically) with Australia in Group D.
The Socceroos are up against reigning world champion France, Euro 2020 semifinalist Denmark, and African side Tunisia in Group D.
Here’s when the Socceroos and the rest of their group are playing (the times are local to you).
ABC Sport will be live blogging every Socceroos match and every morning of the World Cup. But if you want to watch the games as well, SBS has exclusive free-to-air television rights for the World Cup and is also streaming every match on SBS On Demand.
So tune in on your telly or the streaming platform for the Socceroos’ opening match against France from 6am AEDT Wednesday, November 23.
Their second game is against Tunisia from 9pm AEDT on Saturday, November 26.
Australia’s final group game against Denmark is scheduled to kick off at 2am AEDT on Thursday, December 1.