Oman vs Australia Live Score and Live Stream

Live Coverage

Oman played Australia at the Asia, 3rd round, Group B of World Cup on February 1. The match kicked off 16:00 UTC and ended in a draw 2 - 2.

Jamie Maclaren scored the first goal from the penalty spot on the 15th minute of the game followed by goals from Abdullah Fawaz and Aaron Mooy, who made the final score 2-2.

ScoreBat is covering Oman vs Australia in real time, providing the live stream and live score of the match, team line-ups, full match stats, live match commentary and official video highlights. We cover all matches of World cup Asia, 3rd round, Group B in real time and provide live streaming whenever possible.


Live Streaming

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Oman represents Oman while Australia (commonly referred to as Socceroos) represents Australia and they are playing this match of Asia, 3rd round, Group B on Tuesday. Make sure to follow it live here on ScoreBat.

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We are updating team formations and line-ups for Oman - Australia in real time.

Oman kicked off the game with Faiz Al Rushaidi, Abdulaziz Al-Gheilani who got substituted by Mahmood Mabrook Al Mushaifri on the 46th minute, Fahmi Durbin, Ahmed Al-Khamisi, Amjad Al-Harthi who got substituted by Aymen Dhahi on the 71st minute, Mataz Saleh, Arshad Al Alawi, Abdullah Fawaz, Al Mandhar Al Alawi who got substituted by Mohammed Al Amri on the 90th minute, Khalid Al Hajri who got substituted by Marwan Mubarak on the 81st minute and Omar Al-Fazari who got substituted by Muhsen Al Ghassani on the 46th minute as starters, with Mohammed Al Amri, Muhsen Al Ghassani, Saud Al Habsi, Amran Al Hidi, Ibrahim Al Mukhaini, Mahmood Mabrook Al Mushaifri, Ahmed Al Rawahi, Harib Al-Saadi, Aymen Dhahi and Marwan Mubarak on the bench.

Australia's starting eleven were Matthew Ryan, Aziz Behich, Trent Sainsbury who got substituted by Ryan McGowan on the 85th minute, Milos Degenek, Fran Karacic, Jackson Irvine, Aaron Mooy who got substituted by James Jeggo on the 85th minute, Matthew Leckie who got substituted by Craig Goodwin on the 73rd minute, Tomas Rogic who got substituted by Ajdin Hrustic on the 63rd minute, Martin Boyle and Jamie Maclaren who got substituted by Mitchell Duke on the 62nd minute, with Brandon Borrello, Mitchell Duke, Craig Goodwin, Rhyan Grant, Ajdin Hrustic, James Jeggo, Joel King, Ryan McGowan, Connor Metcalfe, Andrew Redmayne, Marco Tilio and Danny Vukovic on the bench.

Referee showed the yellow card 3 times throughout the game. Fahmi Durbin, Faiz Al Rushaidi and Fran Karacic were the ones to receive it.


Explore stats from Oman vs Australia on ScoreBat - we are updating the numbers on this page every second of the game.

  • Ball Possession: 43 - 57
  • Total Attempts: 9 - 8
  • Shots On Target: 2 - 3
  • Corners: 2 - 6


Oman and Australia have met twice since January 2015. Australia have won twice. The most recent match between them took place on October 7, 2021 at the Asia, 3rd round, Group B of World Cup where Australia won 3-1. Oman have scored 1 goal in these 2 head-to-head matches in total while Australia have scored 7. So, overall, Australia have a better head-to-head record against Oman in their recent history.

Oman have won 4 of their 10 matches in Asia, 3rd round, Group B, drawing 2 and having 4 defeats this season. They have scored 11 goals - 1.10 per match, conceding 10 - 1.00 per match. Australia have won 4 of their 10 matches in Asia, 3rd round, Group B, drawing 3 and having 3 defeats this season. They have scored 15 goals - 1.50 per match, conceding 9 - 0.90 per match.

Recent Form

Oman have lost to Saudi Arabia in their previous match while Australia have won Vietnam in their previous match. Overall, Oman have won 10 of their last 20 matches, losing 7 and drawing 3, while Australia have won 15 of their last 20 matches, losing 3 and drawing 2. In their most recent 6 matches Oman have won once (3-0 against Bahrain on 6th of December), lost 3 times (1-0 against Saudi Arabia on 27th of January, 2-1 against Qatar on 3rd of December and 0-1 against Japan on 16th of November) and drew twice (1-1 against Iraq on 30th of November and 1-1 against China PR on 11th of November). In their most recent 6 matches Australia have won 3 times (4-0 against Vietnam on 27th of January, 3-1 against Oman on 7th of October and 0-1 against Vietnam on 7th of September), lost once (2-1 against Japan on 12th of October) and drew twice (1-1 against China PR on 16th of November and 0-0 against Saudi Arabia on 11th of November).

Team Streaks

  • Oman haven't played a draw in their previous 3 matches.
  • Australia haven't lost in their previous 3 matches.

Live Standings

As always, World cup Asia, 3rd round, Group B's live standings are availble and updated in real time. Oman are 4th in the table with 14 points after 10 matches, while Australia are 3rd with 15 points in 10 matches.

Video Highlights

We are adding goal videos and full video highlights of the match between Oman and Australia in real time. You can watch the goals by Jamie Maclaren, Abdullah Fawaz and Aaron Mooy as the videos of the goals are added usually minutes after the actual event if there are any official videos available. Full video highlights of Oman - Australia are being added as they become available on the official social media channels of the league or the teams.

Live Commentary

  1. Full Time
    Match ends. Oman 2, Australia 2.
  2. 90'
    Substitution for Oman. Mohammed Al Amri replaces Al Mandhar Al Alawi
  3. 89'
    2 - 2
    Abdullah Fawaz scores from the penalty spot for Oman making the score 2 - 2.
  4. 85'
    Substitution for Australia. Ryan McGowan replaces Trent Sainsbury
  5. 85'
    Substitution for Australia. James Jeggo replaces Aaron Mooy
  6. 81'
    Substitution for Oman. Marwan Mubarak replaces Khalid Al Hajri
  7. 79'
    1 - 2
    Aaron Mooy scores for Australia.
  8. 73'
    Substitution for Australia. Craig Goodwin replaces Matthew Leckie
  9. 71'
    Substitution for Oman. Aymen Dhahi replaces Amjad Al-Harthi
  10. 63'
    Substitution for Australia. Ajdin Hrustic replaces Tomas Rogic
  11. 63'
    Fran Karacic is shown the yellow card.
  12. 62'
    Substitution for Australia. Mitchell Duke replaces Jamie Maclaren
  13. 54'
    1 - 1
    Abdullah Fawaz scores for Oman.
  14. 46'
    Substitution for Oman. Mahmood Mabrook Al Mushaifri replaces Abdulaziz Al-Gheilani
  15. 46'
    Substitution for Oman. Muhsen Al Ghassani replaces Omar Al-Fazari
  16. Kick-off
    Second half begins
  17. Half Time - 0 : 1
    First half ends.
  18. 15'
    0 - 1
    Jamie Maclaren scores from the penalty spot for Australia making the score 0 - 1.
  19. 14'
    Faiz Al Rushaidi is shown the yellow card.
  20. 4'
    Fahmi Durbin is shown the yellow card.
  21. Kick-off
    First half begins