Here's the new SBS schedule for all the World Cup games it's broadcasting

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Optus announced this afternoon that SBS will screen group round matches on free-to-air TV until the end of next week as the telco tries to make amends for problems with its streaming of the opening matches on the weekend.

SBS has just released its updated broadcast schedule of the games it will show. The broadcaster already had the rights to all Australian matches – the Socceroos play Denmark Thursday night – plus some group clashes as well as the finals.

And now football fans get to see a bunch more games, starting with 3 tonight.

Here they all are:

Wednesday, 20 June from 12.30am* Poland v Senegal LIVE kick-off 1am
Wednesday, 20 June from 3.30am* Russia v Egypt LIVE kick-off 4am
Wednesday, 20 June from 9.30pm* Portugal v Morocco LIVE kick-off 10pm

Thursday, 21 June from 9pm Denmark v Australia LIVE kick-off 10pm

Friday, 22 June from 9.30pm* Brazil v Costa Rica LIVE kick-off 10pm

Sunday, 24 June from 3.30am* Germany v Sweden LIVE kick-off 4am
Sunday, 24 June from 9.30pm* England v Panama LIVE kick-off 10pm

Monday, 25 June Group Stage Day 12, SBS Match of the Day

Tuesday, 26 June from 11pm* Australia v Peru LIVE kick-off 12am

Wednesday, 27 June Group Stage Day 14, SBS Match of the Day

Thursday, 28 June Group Stage Day 15, SBS Match of the Day

Saturday, 30 June* Round of 16 Day 1, SBS Match of the Day

Sunday, 1 July* Round of 16 Day 2, SBS Match of the Day

Monday, 2 July* Round of 16 Day 3, SBS Match of the Day

Tuesday, 3 July* Round of 16 Day 4, SBS Match of the Day

Friday, 6 July* Quarter Finals Day 1, SBS Match of the Day

Saturday, 7 July* Quarter Finals Day 2, SBS Match of the Day

Wednesday, 11 July from 3.30am* 2018 FIFA World Cup™ Semi-Final 1 LIVE kick-off 4am

Thursday, 12 July from 3.30am* 2018 FIFA World Cup™ Semi-Final 2 LIVE kick-off 4am

Saturday, 14 July from 11pm* 2018 FIFA World Cup™ Playoff for 3rd LIVE kick-off 12am

Sunday, 15 July from 11pm* 2018 FIFA World Cup™ Final LIVE kick-off 1am

(*All times are AEST and are subject to change)

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