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World Cup Final 16: All the matches and where you can watch them for free

World Cup Final 16 Knockout Malaysia Live Stream Schedule

The 2018 World Cup is now down to the final 16 teams and it’s time for the knockout stage. If you’re wondering where and when the matches will be shown live in Malaysian time, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the latest schedule and a recap of the best ways to watch the matches live on your smartphone and TV.

To recap, RTM will be broadcasting the World Cup for free where 28 matches will be shown live, while 13 matches will be delayed. This can be viewed from the MyKlik website or via the RTM Mobile app.

RTM Mobile (Android) – Download
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RTM MyKlik – Website

As an alternative, Astro Arena channel is also broadcasting the World Cup for free and you can stream it via the Astro Go app. They will broadcast 29 matches live while 12 will be delayed. It’s also free for non-Astro users and you can even skip the registration process.

Astro Go (Android) – Download
Astro Go (iOS) – Download

For full access to all live matches in HD, Astro is also offering a World Cup Knock-out Pass for RM30. The pass allows you to watch the remaining 16 matches live on your smartphone or tablet via the Astro Go app. If you’re interested, you can purchase the pass here.

Alternatively, you can take advantage of the Maxis RM1 World Cup pass offer. Maxis and Hotlink subscribers can purchase an Astro Go pass with free data at only RM1 per match. Take note that you’ll need to buy the pass at least 3 hours before the match begins.

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You can learn how to get the best World Cup experience in Malaysia in our 2018 World Cup: All you need to know post.

Below is the schedule for the remaining World Cup matches from Star2. We’ve also included Astro Arena which is indicated as AA.

Round of 16

June 30
France vs Argentina – 10pm – TV1 (delayed, 10.30pm), AA (delayed) & Astro
Uruguay vs Portugal – 2am – TV1 (delayed, 2.30am), AA (delayed) & Astro

July 1
Spain vs Russia – 10pm – TV1, AA & Astro
Croatia vs Denmark – 2am – TV1, AA & Astro

July 2
Brazil vs Mexico – 10pm – TV1, AA & Astro
Belgium vs Japan – 2am – TV1 (delayed, 2.30am), AA (delayed) & Astro

July 3
Sweden vs Switzerland – 10pm – AA (delayed), Astro
Colombia vs England – 2am – TV1, AA & Astro

Quarter finals

July 6
Uruguay vs France – 10pm – TV1, AA & Astro
Brazil vs Belgium – 2am – TV1 (delayed, 2.30am), AA (delayed) & Astro

July 7
Sweden vs England – 10pm – TV2, AA & Astro
Russia vs Croatia – 2am – TV1, AA (delayed) & Astro

July 11
France vs Belgium – 2am (Wednesday) – TV1, AA & Astro

July 12
Croatia vs England – 2am (Thursday) – TV1, AA & Astro

July 14
Belgium vs England – 10pm – TV1, AA & Astro

July 15
France vs Croatia – 11pm – TV1, AA & Astro

Alexander Wong