The 2019 World Cup kicks off on Monday (local time), with Canada hosting the tournament for the first time in a bid to clinch a place in next year’s tournament.
But as of Monday evening, there was no information available about whether or not a date would be announced for the match, which will be played in Toronto, Canada.
The match is being streamed live on the BBC Sport app, where it will be available to watch in HD via a dedicated app.
A link to watch it in HD has been set up on the app’s official page, which features a countdown timer and the phrase: “Be ready for the World’s most epic football match”.
The BBC Sport website is currently inaccessible due to a technical issue, with viewers being unable to access content from the app, and while some sections of the app are also inaccessible.
The game is currently being played on the same day as the FIFA World Cup on the other side of the world.
The BBC has previously said that the World Cups will be streamed live in HD for the 2019 and 2022 games, but has since clarified that they will not be available on the website for viewing in HD.
While the World Rugby World Cup will be shown in full-screen in the UK for the 2022 tournament, the Rugby World cup will be televised in full screen for the 2021 event.