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SBS Australia's flagship channel SBS One and digital channel SBS Two will show all 64 games from the 2010 FIFA World Cup exclusively. Several games from the tournament in South Africa will be shown on its 3D service, including Australia's first match against Germany on June 13th and the world cup opener.

All live matches will be broadcast in HD. The SBS broadcast will also include a live studio presence in Cape Town.

Programming includes: �Road to the 2010 FIFA World Cup� which will be shown daily in primetime. SBS will show all 64 matches live and exclusively. 56 matches will be shown live on SBS One and eight group stage games will be live on SBS Two.
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