Germany vs Austria, Date, Time, Location, Live Stream & Tv Channel

9TH of August this year, the World Junior Championship will be live on our screens.

To help you follow the action back to back and know what the latest is, we have guides for all the group games.

The group B fixture between the Germans and the Austrians promises to be a feisty affair. Both sides are neighbours and will be vying for bragging rights in this fixture.

The Germans are dark horses to win the tournament because in this edition, they have assembled a relatively strong squad with the potential to surprise everyone.

Though the Austrians are slightly behind the Germans in the scheme of things here, they can not be underrated.

Asides from the fact that both sides know each other very well as they are neighbors, they are also in the same category of underdogs in the competition. It promises to be thrilling and exciting.

Germany vs Australia Preview

The game between Germany and Australia will be a clash of two countries who know everything about themselves. It will be interesting how the game pans out.

As it is a derby, we can expect fireworks and lots of physicality from both sides because they know what is at stake in the game.We can expect Austria to come all out to stun Germany.

When is Germany vs Austria?

The game is billed to be played on the 10th of August. The time for the game is 20:00 GMT.

Venue for the game

The game will be played at the famous Roger’s place in Edmonton.

 How to watch Germany vs Austria online

Today, you can rest assured that you can watch any sports event from the comfort of your home.  Here are some of the streaming platforms where you can watch and follow the game live.

  •    Fubo TV: This is one of the most reliable platforms to watch sports games. To be able to       enjoy the goodies, you would have to subscribe to a package. 
  •    At&T TV: Though you would have to pay more to access it, they offer you a seven day free trial.
  • NHLN app: You can also stream the games on the official app of the NHL.

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