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Live online football streaming: Watch Spain v France (World Cup 2014 Qualifier)
- Updated: October 14, 2012
So good are La Furia Roja, that traditionally one of the biggest and evenly matched games on paper in Europe, feels like a mismatch with France hard pressed to stop World Cup holders Spain.
Spain host France at the Estadio Vicente Calderón at 20.00 UK time on October 16, 2012.
So how can you watch the match on our live video streaming service?
Bet365 are showing Spain v France live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on this broadcast, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
This game is available in the UK & Ireland. As well as the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden and The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
Vicente Del Bosque’s side made it 24 consecutive qualifying wins with another rout on Friday night, this time knocking four past Belarus as Pedro ran the show, scoring a hat-trick and assisting the other for Jordi Alba.
It was yet another tiki-take fest in Belarus as Spain yet again didn’t field a true target man with Santi Cazorla playing behind Cesc Fabregas as the furthest man forward.
Andres Iniesta and David Villa were introduced as second half substitutes which tells you everything you need to know about the quality in this Spain side.
So what chance do France have? Well, they are unlikely to see much of the ball and were hugely disappointing when they were dumped out of Euro 2012 by Spain in the quarter-finals.
Under Didier Deschamps, Les Bleus have won both their qualifying matches and look set to be Spain’s major rival in Group I – you do suspect that Hugo Lloris will be a very busy keeper against Spain on Tuesday night.