Hmmm, there are several options here, as there often are when talking about the future.
"Doesn't start" and "won't be starting" are both fine. "Won't start" is also perfectly OK. "Isn't starting" sounds a bit weird to me, but you could get away with it.
"Hasn't started" (present perfect) is definitely wrong: the purpose of the present perfect is to form a link between the past and the present, so you can say "the match hasn't started yet", but as soon as you mention "until 8pm" (i.e. a future time), the present perfect no longer works.
I completely agree with Batman's response, and I especially like his commentary on the present perfect, the only answer listed that is outright incorrect. I am surprised—but not too surprised (there seem to be some strange beliefs in Egypt about "be going to")—that "isn't going to start" isn't among the answer choices. That, too, is a perfectly natural and correct option here: "The match between Liverpool and Manchester United isn't going to start until 8 p.m. tomorrow."
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