Can't make it to the Singapore Sports Hub? Roar along with the Lions from the comfort of your own home as they attempt to make history against Japan and Syria.
Eleven Sports Network will be showing both games live this month as Singapore attempt to qualify for either the 2018 World Cup or 2019 Asian Cup.
The Lions currently sit in third place in Group E and will face Japan and Syria at home on November 12 and 17.
Taking a maximum six points from those games will likely result in Singapore overtaking either or both of their opponents, who currently occupy the top two places in the group.
If mighty Japan prove too much of a challenge, the Lions know that a win against Syria will still put them in the driving seat to finish as one of four best group runners-up to qualify for the next round.
In other words, these next two matches are games that any true Singapore football fan will not want to miss.
The official broadcaster will be airing both matches in full high definition on Singtel TV channel 109, with fans able to tune in 45 minutes before kick-off for a pre-show programme that's fit for the occasion.
Hosted by an all-too-familiar face in resident presenter Richard Lenton, the pitchside studio commentary team will also consist of former Singapore internationals R Sasikumar and Aide Iskandar.
These expert pundits will provide illuminating commentary and analysis to go along with the live broadcast as Singapore attempt to make football history.