Catch the Lions live on Eleven Sports Network

Can't make it to the Sports Hub? Roar along with the Lions from the comfort of your home as they take on Afghanistan and Cambodia.

Eleven Sports Network will be showing both games live on television this month as Singapore look to qualify for either the 2018 World Cup 2018 or 2019 Asian Cup.

The Lions currently sit in third place in Group E and will face opponents Afghanistan and Cambodia at home on October 8 and 13.

Taking a maximum of six points from both these winnable games will likely see Singapore overtake either or both Syria and Japan, who have yet to play each other.

The official broadcaster will be airing both matches in full high definition on Singtel TV channel 109, with fans able to tune in half an hour before kick-off for an exclusive 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 include the likes of past and present Singapore internationals R Sasikumar, Aide Iskandar, John Wilkinson and Gabriel Quak.

These expert pundits will provide illuminating commentary and analysis to go along with the live broadcast as Singapore attempt to make history.

"We are proud to be the official broadcaster for Singapore’s upcoming home qualifying matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup," said Danny Menken, Eleven Sports Network's group managing director.

"While Eleven Sports Network is devoted to world-class global sports content, we are also committed to the local sports scene, especially football.

"These qualifying matches will be the first of our localised productions with many more to come in the near future and we look forward to bringing Singaporean football fans closer to the national football team."

Want to win tickets to the crunch World Cup qualifier against Asian heavyweights Japan on November 12? As part of it's "Roar With The Lions" campaign, Eleven Sports Network is giving away eleven pairs of match tickets to selected fans who post images of themselves roaring on the Lions with the hashtag #RoarWithEleven.