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Australia are the favourites to win the Men's Hockey Champions Trophy 2016Getty

Australia take on Belgium in the 11th match of the 2016 Hockey Champions Trophy at London on 14 June.

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Where to watch live

Match starts at 6pm BST/10.30pm IST. Live coverage of the game in the UK is available on BT Sport and BT Sport HD. In India, live coverage is available on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD. It can be viewed via live stream on StarSports.com.

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Overview

World champions Australia put on an impressive performance on 13 June (Monday), bouncing back from a two-goal deficit to beat defending champions Germany 3-2 in an exciting second game. The result means that Australia top the points table with seven points from three games.

The Kookaburras are the only unbeaten team in the competition so far and considering their form, they are rightly tipped to be the favourites to lift the trophy this time.

Belgium too come into this clash on the back of a 2-1 win over India, in what was their first win of the competition. With one point from their opening two games, Belgium needed to beat the Men In Blue and they did so with their forward line dominating play.

The European side will need to win both their remaining games if they are to stand a chance of qualifying for the final on Friday.

Team news

Australia:

Goalkeepers: Andrew Charter, Tyler Lovell, Matthew Swann

Defenders: Daniel Beale, Josh Beltz, Chris Ciriello, Matthew Dawson, Tim Deavin

Midfielders: Eddie Ockenden, Simon Orchard, Andrew Philpott, Tristan White, Aran Zalewski

Forwards: Blake Govers, Jeremy Hayward, Trent Mitton, Flynn Ogilvie, Glenn Turner

Belgium

Goalkeepers: Jeremy Gucassoff ,Vincent Vanasch

Defenders: Arthur Van Doren, John-John Dohmen (c), Florent van Aubel, Sebastien Docker

Midfielders: Cedrik Chaarlier, Gauthier Boccard, Alexander Hendrickx, Thomas Briels, Felix Denayer

Forwards: Simon Gougnard, Loick Luypaert, Jerome Truyens, Elliot van Strydonck, Tanguy Cosyns