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AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers: When and where to watch India vs Macau Live, coverage on TV and live streaming

India will eye a win against Macau in order to virtually qualify for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup 2019 in Bengaluru on Wednesday.

File photo of Indian football team. Twitter/@IndianFootball

File photo of Indian football team. Twitter/@IndianFootball

The 107th placed India have recorded a cent per cent win in the third round qualifiers, defeating lower ranked teams Kyrgyz Republic (128) and Myanmar (157) earlier by solitary goal margins before defeating Macau (182) 2-0 away and are full of confidence.

India are the top placed side in Group A with nine points from three matches. Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar, who played a 2-2 on Tuesday in Yangon, are second and third respectively. Both have four points each but Kyrgyzstan are ahead on goal difference.

With the Blue Tigers all set to make a return to a competition they last participated in 2011, here's a look at when and where one can catch India's match against Macau Live.

When and where is the AFC Asian Cup Qualifier between India and Macau be played?

India will play Macau in the AFC Asian Cup qualifier at the Sree Kanteerva stadium in Bengaluru on 17 September.

Where do I watch the India vs Macau clash live?

The match will be broadcast live on television on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports 1HD.

When will live coverage of the match start?

The live broadcast of the match will start at 7.30 pm IST.

Where can I follow the match online?

The match will be streamed online on

Updated Date: Oct 11, 2017 13:40 PM

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