France and Denmark will battle it out for the top spot in Group C of the 2018 FIFA World Cup when they lock horns against each other at the Luzhniki Stadium on 26th June. France has looked in perfect shape with most of its top guns in good form. Denmark will potentially be strongest challengers for them in the group stage, and they’d like to end up on a positive note against them before entering the knockouts. Denmark’s 12-match unbeaten streak speaks a different tale of though. The likes of Simon Kjer, Christian Eriksen, and Yussuf Poulson have brought Denmark on par with all the top teams around the globe, and they will ensure the passage doesn’t become an easy one for Les Blues.
It will be the last chance for France to get in the groove before the knockouts. The equivalence of skills in all four teams in group C might make this game a do-or-die game for either side as well. Which means, it well might be the last game for Denmark or France or both of them depending on how their campaign pans out. That said, no fan would dare to miss out on this intense encounter. To prepare all the fans well in time for that, we bring to you all the details you’ll need to beat your schedule and enjoy France vs Denmark at any cost.
How to watch France vs Denmark Live Stream Online
The match is scheduled on Tuesday, which means most of the football fans around the globe won’t be having the comfort of their cosy couch on which they can sit back and enjoy the game. Thus, live streaming the game on their devices become the only option left. The match will be streamed live on FOX Sports’ official website for all the American fans while the fans from Asian Subcontinent will have to enjoy the game Sony LIV’s website and app.
BeIN Sports’ website will experience some heavy traffic as all the French fans will throng it along with all the fans form the Middle East and North Africa. For fans in Denmark, there may be a channel available on their official broadcaster DR. The list of other notable channels include BBC, ITV, Sky, Optus Sport, Canal+, SuperSport, Kwese Sport, and Mediaset Espana. In case there is no official link available, you can easily choose from amongst the top available VPN gateways like ExpressVPN, BestVPN, or NordVPN.
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In what is tipped as the top game of Group C, France will take on Denmark at the Luzhniki Stadium on 26th June 2018, with the match kicking-off at 16:00 local time. The Lunzhniki Stadium has been scheduled to host all the big matches including a semi-final. The 81,000 seated stadium is the biggest stadium in Russia and the fifth largest stadium in Europe. It is the national stadium of Russia and is reserved only for them.
Read more about World cup schedule of all teams and matches here.
France’s troubles lie in making out their best playing XI. With so many big names in the lineup, it has become difficult for the coach, Didier Deschamps, to come up with a perfect formation. Denmark looks much more stable with the coach, Åge Hareide, maintaining a 4-2-3-1 formation in his last few games. Here are the twenty-two players who will have the hopes of millions of fans pinned on them come 26th June.
Lloris (GK); Varane, Sidibe, Umtiti, Koscielny; Pogba, Rabiot, Kante; Griezmann, Mbappe, Dembele
Schmeichel (GK); Simon Kjær, Durmisi, Jørgensen, Christensen; Kvist, Eriksen, Delaney; Poulsen, Dolberg, Bendtner
Note: Final lineups will be updated soon here.
Matches Played: 13
A big game for the fans is a bigger game for all the official broadcasters and telecasters around the world. It will probably be one of the biggest games for beIN Sports, who will be telecasting the match in France, along with all the MENA (the Middle East and North Africa) Countries. In Denmark, it will be telecasted on DR as stated by FIFA. According to FIFA’s website, high quality telecast will be made in America via FOX Sports, in Caribbean countries via DirecTV, in Asian-Subcontinent via Sony ESPN, in UK via BBC and ITV, in Sub-Saharan Africa via SuperSport, Canal+, and Kwese Sports, in Australia via Optus Sports, and in the Oceanic countries via Sky Pacific. The telecast will begin with a one or two-hour preview show before the kick-off.
France’s inconsistency has been more or less credited to their playing XI. Didier Deschamps has been at the centre of criticism when his sides fail to bring in the positive results. Denmark’s stability will undoubtedly pose some strong challenges to France and calling on one side will become difficult. Goals will be there with both teams mostly preferring an attacking mindset. Our final prediction thus calls in for a 2-2 draw.