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ONE World Sports Offers Free Live Streaming of Asian 2014 World Cup Qualifiers

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ONE World Sports Offers Free Live Streaming of Asian 2014 World Cup Qualifiers

NEW YORK – March 21, 2013 – ONE World Sports, the English-language sports network with exclusive world-class competitions from around the globe, will broadcast live its exclusive World Cup qualifiers on its network and in a special broadband preview on Tuesday, March 26th.  The fourth round of the Asian regional qualifiers – a series of four match-ups critical in determining the participating teams of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil — will be made available by ONE World Sports, for the first time, on broadband at no charge.

Those who want to enjoy free access to this special preview of ONE World Sports will be asked to fill out a brief questionnaire via

On Tuesday, March 26th, ONE World Sports will broadcast and stream the following games:

Australia v. Oman                           4:30AM ET (live, exclusive)

Korea Republic v. Qatar                 7:00AM ET (live, exclusive)

Jordan v. Japan                              10:00AM ET (live, exclusive)

Uzbekistan v. Lebanon                    12:00PM ET (delayed, exclusive)

The Asian World Cup qualification process began in 2011 with 43 national teams; only 10 teams remain in contention. Split into to two groups of five, each Asian team is vying for four guaranteed spots in the 2014 World Cup. The fifth-placed team will face the fifth-placed team from CONMEBOL’s World Cup qualifying tournaments for the last World Cup spot in November, the final stage of the qualification rounds. Tuesday’s competition promises to be intense: Korea Republic and Qatar are tied for second place with seven points each in Group A, while Australia and Oman are also tied for second place with five points in Group B.

For more information of how to access the exclusive U.S. broadcast of the World Cup Asian Qualifiers, go to

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