How to watch the vital World Cup qualifying match between South Africa and Senegal on November 10.
Senegal can punch its World Cup ticket on a rare occasion a South Africa on Friday.
Thanks to a FIFA ruling that forced South Africa and Senegal to replay their World Cup qualifier from a year ago over a match-fixing referee, the two sides meet again in South Africa for the first of two clashes in four days. South Africa had won the vacated game 2-1 thanks to a dubious penalty call that was at the center of the controversy.
Senegal leads the group, sitting two points clear of Burkina Faso and Cape Verde Islands, and a win would cement its place in the World Cup. A draw would open the door for the other two, while a loss would keep South Africa alive in its quest to reach a World Cup for the first time since hosting it in 2010 and the fourth time in its history.
Senegal has only qualified for the World Cup once before, making a sensational run to the quarterfinals in 2002, which included a famous win over defending champion France.
Here's how to watch the match:
Time: 12 p.m. ET
TV: BeIN Sports
Live Stream: You can watch the match live via FuboTV. Sign up here for a free seven-day trial.