How to Watch Women's World Cup 2019, Italy-Brazil, Jamaica-Australia Live Stream, World Cup TV Schedule




 

Group C is up for grabs

The group stage is rounding out at the 2019 Women's World Cup, and there's potential for chaos to ensue today in Group C. Italy and Brazil face off at the same time as Jamaica and Australia - 3:00 PM ET. You can watch every match of the World Cup in 4K, live on fuboTV.

Women's World Cup Schedule

How to Watch Italy vs Brazil
Date: Tuesday, June 18th
Start Time: 3:00 PM ET
TV Channel: FS1, NBC Universo
World Cup Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)



How to Watch Australia vs Jamaica
Date: Tuesday, June 18th
Start Time: 3:00 PM ET
TV Channel: FS2
World Cup Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)



Italy ahead, but others still alive

Every team in Group C of the Women's World Cup still has the potential to advance to the knockout round. Italy have a sizable advantage with 6 points and a +6 goal differential, and are expected but not guaranteed to go through. That's because Brazil and Australia each have 3 points, and a cascade of goals for them could catapult both teams ahead of Italy. In an even unlikelier scenario, Jamaica could advance as a third-place team with a win by seven or more goals, pending results from Cameroon and Chile. Either way you cut it, it's likely that a third-place team from this group goes through, given the even goal differential of both Brazil and Australia. The question is who finishes in which place.

Women's World Cup Schedule

You can watch the Women's World Cup online with fuboTV. fuboTV is the only streaming service airing the entire World Cup in 4K definition. You'll also be able to watch Copa America and the Gold Cup - over 100 matches in a month's time! Here's the upcoming Women's World Cup Schedule:

Tue, Jun. 18, 3:00 PM - Italy vs. Brazil (FS1, NBC Universo)
Tue, Jun. 18, 3:00 PM - Jamaica vs. Australia (FS2)
Wed, Jun. 19, 3:00 PM - Japan vs. England (FS1)
Wed, Jun. 19, 3:00 PM - Scotland vs. Argentina (FS2, NBC Unvierso)
Thu, Jun. 20, 12:00 PM - Netherlands vs. Canada (FOX, NBC Unvierso)
Thu, Jun. 20, 12:00 PM - Cameroon vs. New Zealand (FS1)
Thu, Jun. 20, 3:00 PM - Sweden vs. USA (FOX, Telemundo)
Thu, Jun. 20, 3:00 PM - Thailand vs. Chile (FS1, NBC Universo)






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