France vs England Live Stream: How to watch the game online for free
We’re now approaching the business end of the Six Nations 2018, and England travel to the Stade de France today to take on Les Bleus. Here’s all the information you’ll need to stream the action for free, plus key details like what channel you can catch it on, the kick-off time, and when coverage starts.
The game is scheduled for 4:45 pm GMT, and will be broadcast live on BBC One. Alternatives to watching the game on TV include catching it on BBC iPlayer live − just make sure you’ve got a TV licence.
Meanwhile, the BBC Sport app is free and easy to download for Apple and Android devices if you’re just after text commentary and the highlights.
Coverage begins at 4 pm GMT, with John Inverdale set to be joined in the BBC studio by former England centre Jeremy Guscott, former Wales flanker Martyn Williams and former Ireland captain Paul O’Connell.
England, the reigning champions of course, are ahead of France in the rankings, but need to bounce back from their defeat at the hands of Scotland in their last game two weeks ago.
France come into the game as underdogs, off the back of three victories and two defeats, but could fancy their chances against an England side missing regular captain Dylan Hartley, who has been ruled out through injury. Owen Farrell steps in in his absence.
Here are some quick links for streaming the match:
Get your mates to bring the drinks and snacks round, and you’ve got your Saturday afternoon sorted.
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