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Where to Watch Colombia Vs South Korea in Women’s World Cup 2023: Live Stream, Tv Channel, Lineups and Odds

One of the most intriguing matches of the group stages will take place in Group H, as Colombia take on South Korea in a match many feel will decide which team progresses to the knockout rounds.

With Germany massive favourites to top the group and Morocco seen as outsiders in their firs World Cup, the fight for second place in the group is seen to be between the two nations clashing in the opening round of fixtures.

South Korea are looking to build on a famous 2022 Asian Cup campaign where they knocked out Australia and finished runners-up, while Colombia are looking to match their performance at their most recent World Cup appearance in 2015 where they made the round of 16

The Sporting News has all the details on where football fans around the world will be able to tune into the match.

What time is Colombia vs. South Korea?

The Colombia vs South Korea Group H clash will kick off at 12:00 p.m. local time on July 25 at the Sydney Football Stadium.

Date: TuesdayJuly 25

Time: 12:00 p.m. AEST (10:00 p.m. ET July 24)

Here are the kick off times in regions around the world:

Australia (AEST)12:00 p.m.
New Zealand (NZT)2:00 p.m.
USA (ET)10:00 p.m. (July 24)
UK (BST)3:00 a.m.
Singapore (SGT)10:00 a.m.
Malaysia (MYT)10:00 a.m.
Hong Kong (HKT)10:00 a.m.
India (IST)7:30 a.m.

Colombia vs. South Korea TV channel, live stream

The match will be shown in all regions of the world on both TV as well as online and live streaming

AustraliaOptus SportOptus Sport website/app
New ZealandSky Sports 1Sky Sport NOW, Stuff World Cup website
USAFS1, NBC Universo (Spanish)Peacock
CanadaTSN, RDS (French)TSN+
UKBBC OneBBC iPlayer
SingaporeSingtelSingtel TV GO, MeWatch
Hong KongNOW Sports PrimeNOW Sports Prime
MalaysiaFIFA Plus

Colombia vs. South Korea lineups

Exciting young talent Linda Caicedo could make her World Cup debut at just 16 for Colombia, who also have Ivonne Chacon and Daniela Montoya as key threats.

  • Colombia projected starting lineup (4-2-3-1): Perez (GK) — Ramos, Arias, Carabali, Caracas — Montoya, Vanegaa — Caicedo, Usme, Bahr — Ramirez

Cho So-hyun and Lee Young-ju are currently plying their trade in Europe and could be key pieces in this Korean side, with 33-year-old captain Kim Hye-ri providing leadership and stability at the back

  • South Korea projected starting lineup (3-4-2-1):  Jung-Mi (GK) — Hye-ri, Seon-joo, Seon-yeon — Hyo Joo, So-yun, So-hyun, Sel-gi — Geum-min, Hwa-yeon — Yu-ri

Colombia vs. South Korea betting odds

Morocco are given little hope of victory in their first ever World Cup match.

Bookmakers seem to think it will be a case of the African side trying to keep the score down against a top side with a point to prove following their shock loss to Zambia.

 Brazil winDrawPanama winBoth teams to score Y / NOver / Under 2.5 goalsCOL +1.5KOR -1.5
BetMGM (USA)8/511/533/2017/20 / 82/10011/10 / 13/20
Sports Interaction (Canada)+160+215+165-127 / -122+108 / -149
SkyBet (UK)17/1021/108/55/6 / 5/66/5 / 8/13
Dafabet (India)13/82/17/587/100 / 5/611/10 / 5/81/715/4
Unibet (Australia)2.553.302.751.94/1.792.23/1.61

Odds correct as of July 21

Source : The Sporting News