With the group stage of the ongoing 2018 FIFA World Cup done and dusted, the competition gets even more tougher for the teams who have qualified for the round of 16.
The first phase, featuring just one goalless draw and already a record number of penalties, had been marked by Germany’s stunning exit, their earliest in 80 years.
Still, the round of 16 will give viewers plenty of sports-watching distraction. Enjoy four straight days of doubleheaders in the schedule below, all in Indian Standard Time (IST).
Reliance Jio and Airtel are streaming the FIFA World Cup for their subscribers in India on Jio TV and Airtel TV.
Airtel TV is giving viewers the option to watch the World Cup in various languages along with Hindi and English. Similarly, Jio TV will offer premium sports content for Jio users for free.
The matches can be streamed live on the Sony’s Liv app or on SonyLiv.com. Sony has the rights for this year’s World Cup and the matches will be live on all Sony Ten channels across India including Sony Ten 2/HD and Sony Ten 3/HD.