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FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017, India vs Ghana: When and where to watch, coverage on TV and live streaming

India are bracing up for another tough test against Ghana here on Thursday as they need a win by a big margin to keep their hopes alive for qualification to the Round-of-16 of the FIFA Under-17 World Cup.

India's U-17 team. Getty Images

India's U-17 team. Getty Images

India have suffered two losses from as many games in Group A, against the United States (0-3) and Colombia (1-2) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. The US leads the group with six wins, while Ghana and Colombia have three points each.

Hence, India will not only have to win by a big margin but also hope that Colombia lose to the US by a big margin in the other match of the day. If the two teams end up with the same number of points, goal difference will be taken into consideration.

When and where will be the FIFA U-17 World Cup match between India and Ghana be played?

The FIFA U-17 World Cup between India and Ghana will be played on October 12 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi.

Where do I watch the match live on television?

SONY TEN 2 and SONY TEN 2 HD will show the India vs Ghana match in English commentary while SONY TEN 3 and SONY TEN 3 HD will broadcast the match in Hindi and Bengali commentary. All the matches will also be live on free-to-air DD Sports channel.

Where can I watch the live streaming of the match?

The FIFA U-17 World Cup match between India and Ghana can be live streamed on SonyLiv app.

Updated Date: Oct 12, 2017 18:13 PM

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