Here are the details on how you can watch the last minute of the 2-2 draw at the Stadio Olimpico.
The game is due to be broadcasted on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 on Saturday, March 6.
Sky Sports 1 is the channel that airs the first five matches of the World Cup, including the two Group G games, and the final two games.
If you want to watch live on Sky Sport, you need to watch in HD on the same channel.
You can watch in 4K, or HD on Sky TV, as long as you are connected to the internet.
There are no plans to stream the game, but if you want, you can download the Sky Sports app on iOS or Android to watch.
Also, if you have Sky Sports HD or Sky Sports Classic you can stream the final match from any of the channels, or watch in 720p on the other channels, so you can do it at home, too.
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For the live stream on Sky, you will need an internet connection, and you can’t watch on your mobile or tablet, but you can use the Sky app or the Sky Go app on your phone.
A couple of things to remember: The first match is between the Netherlands and Italy.
The last minute is a draw, and it’s a tie.
Both teams will have the advantage of experience and depth, so the draw is a good indication of what the Italians will be like in this one.
All the live-streaming on Sky and Sky Go is free, but there is a €2.50 subscription fee.
This game is one of the few to feature a 3-1 defeat by a top-four team, as well as two goals scored by the Italians.
Netherland beat Italy 3-2 in the semi-finals last year, and scored two goals in the final third of the match.
Italy scored a late equaliser, but the Netherlands went on to win 3-0 in the quarter-finals.
I hope you enjoy the match, and keep watching for the Italy vs. Netherlands match, which is due in about an hour. Read more