Brazil 2014 Live Streaming Schedule : Ireland v Austria, Malta v Italy, Turkey v Hungary available to watch online

World Cup Brazil Qualifiers with Republic Ireland v Austria, Malta v Italy, Turkey v Hungary live streaming options for football fans online.

Its sure to be a busy night as teams look for qualification for Brazil 2014, as Bet365 report they have streaming all the games through their website tonight.

The Stoke based outfit has recently announced the introduction of live streaming technology through the company website, enabling it to show matches across Europe live, online and in high quality.

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Republic of Ireland entertain Austria on Tuesday evening in a World Cup Qualifier that both sides need to win to increase their chances of finishing in the top two of this group.

Ireland put in a spirited performance to draw 0-0 in Sweden last time out, but the Swedes are not in competitive action this week, so the hosts have a chance to move into second place with a win here.

At the moment, Giovanni Trapattoni’s men sit in fourth and Austria are in third on goal-difference, so this is a huge game for both sides and they should each be looking to win here.

Trapattoni will, as always, make his team tough to beat and hope they have enough quality going forward to possible win the game by the odd goal.

The Italian did play Robbie Keane, Shane Long and Jonathon Walters in Sweden on Friday, which was a fairly attacking move from him and he could go with this trio again at the Aviva Stadium.

If they are struggling to make chances, then someone like Wes Hoolahan is capable of providing that bit of magic needed in the final third. Although he isn’t likely to start, the playmaker could have a big say on this match.

Ireland know they are in a three-team battle for second place, so the results against Sweden and Austria will determine if they head into a World Cup play-off match.

The Aviva Stadium is sure to be rocking for this one as the fans know just how important the match is and the home side are being considered the 6/5 favourites for this one. They have struggled in games where the pressure has been on them to take the spoils, so a big performance is needed here.

As for Austria, they stuck six goals past the Faroe Islands last time out, which could prove to be a huge result in this group as it improved their goal-difference significantly.

They now head to Dublin full of confidence and although they are the underdogs at 3/1 to win here, do have the players capable of coming out on top.

Phillip Hosiner is a man to keep an eye on as he is in superb form in front of goal right now. The Austria Wien striker has netted six goals in his last four matches for club and country and although he might not be playing at the highest level domestically, he can cause a lot of problems on Tuesday night.

The 23-year-old is available at 8/1 to score first in this one. Austria also have Aston Villa striker, Andreas Weimann, at their disposal and he is sure to relish the chance to go up against teammate Ciaran Clark.

There doesn’t look to be much to choose between these two sides, so it is likely to be a tense affair that could be decided by a defensive error or a touch of class in front of goal.

It should be a very entertaining match though between two nations that are desperate to head to the World Cup in Brazil 2014. Kick-off is at 8pm.

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