How to watch Wales vs Austria Live Streaming


As much progress as Welsh football has made over the last decade or so, there remains one goal unachieved.

Qualification for a World Cup has eluded every great Welsh player since 1958, with a number of high-profile missed opportunities along the way.

Now, they are presented with their best chance in years. Only two games stand between Wales and Qatar 2022, with a game against Austria up first.

While the development of the Welsh game is about so much more than just two players, it could be poignant few games for Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey in particular.

Two of the greatest players the country have ever produced, this will surely be their last crack at taking Wales to a World Cup.

The winner of this, and Austria didn’t exactly make the greatest show of themselves during their qualification campaign, faces a final against the winner of Scotland and Ukraine, rescheduled for June.

Follow all of the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog!

Wales vs Austria latest news

  • Kick-off time and venue: 7.45pm GMT, Cardiff City Stadium

  • TV channel: Sky Sports

  • Early team news

Wales – Austria

Gareth Bale latest

The Real Madrid star is not thinking about anything other than this game.

“I have not thought about anything other than this game or planned for anything after,” he said. “Thinking about the future can cause doubts in your mind, so I have not been thinking about that. It is a distraction.”

“I wouldn’t say it would be a regret if I did not play in a World Cup, as it is not really in my hands, but it is something I would love to achieve for myself, my country, the fans of Wales.

“It will only be a regret if we don’t give 100 per cent and leave anything in the tank.”

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Wales squad

Goalkeepers: Hennessey, A Davies, King

Defenders: B Davies, Rodon, Cabango, Ampadu, Mepham, N Williams, Norrington-Davies, Roberts, Gunter

Midfielders: Levitt, Ramsey, Colwill, Morrell, Vaulks, Allen, Wilson, Williams, S Thomas, Ilsanker

Forwards: Bale, Johnson, Harris, James, Matondo

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Early team news

17:55 , Jonathan Gorrie

Wales are missing goalkeeper Danny Ward and striker Kieffer Moore because of injury, while midfielder Joe Morrell is suspended.

They are, however, set to have influential captain Bale fit despite the forward missing Sunday’s El Clasico for Real Madrid against Barcelona because of illness.


Where to watch Wales vs Austria

17:40 , Jonathan Gorrie

TV channel: Tonight’s match will be televised live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football, with coverage beginning at 7pm.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch the action unfold online via the Sky Go app.

Live coverage: You can also follow the game tonight via Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog.


17:22 , Jonathan Gorrie

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s dedicated LIVE coverage of Wales’ crunch World Cup qualifier play-off with Austria.

It is scheduled for a 7:45pm GMT kick-off tonight, Thursday March 24, 2022.

The Cardiff City Stadium will host the match.