Full-Time: France 2-1 Australia – Watch the highlights

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Full-Time: France 2-1 Australia

Goals from Antoine Griezmann and Paul Pogba claim France all three points.

The Socceroos unfortunate not to claim at least a point… Disappointing from France.

 

Samuel Umtiti trolled

Substitution for Australia

On: Jamie Maclaren Off: Robbie Kruse

GOAL to France! 2-1

Paul Pogba scores with an expert finish – huge relief for the French!

Substitution for France

On: Blaise Matuidi Off: Corentin Tolisso

Substitution for Australia

On: Jackson Irvine Off: Tom Rogic

Substitution for France

On: Olivier Giroud Off: Antoine Griezmann

On: Nabil Fekir Off: Ousmane Dembele

Substitution for Australia

On: Tomi Juric, Off: Andrew Nabbout

GOAL to Australia! 1-1

Mile Jedinak converts from the spot to level proceedings.

Penalty to Australia!

The game has come to life! Australia have penalty moments after France’s.

GOAL! 1-0 to France

Antoine Griezmann scores from the penalty spot to finally give France the edge.

Penalty to France!

VAR review awards the French a penalty.

Second-half underway!

We are back underway in this Group C match-up!

Half-Time: France 0-0 Australia

Austraila the far happier of the two sides at the break… France have been poor.

 

Possession: France 55-45 Australia

Shots: France 5-3 Australia

Shots on target: France 4-0 Australia

France's poor rhythm

France struggling here in Kazan – no rhythm to their passing – Socceroos growing in confidence throughout the half.

Hugo Lloris saves France

Kick-Off! France and Australia are underway in the World Cup!

We are underway in Kazan!

Can the French live up to their potential?

France's new hero?

Paul Pogba's potential

Young French team

France's fantastic forwards

Will be fascinating to see how a Dembele – Griezmann – Mbappe forward line will get on today.

Premier League stars in action

Some Premier League stars to keep an eye on.

Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur), Paul Pogba (Manchester United) and N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) start. Olivier Giroud (Chelsea) and Benjamin Mendy (Manchester City) on the bench.

Those teams again - on paper

France: Lloris, Pavard, Varane, Umtiti, Hernandez, Kante, Pogba, Tolissio, Griezmann, Mbappe, Dembele

Australia: Ryan; Risdon, Milligan, Sainsbury, Behich; Jedinak, Mooy; Kruse, Leckie, Rogic; Nabbout

A nice World Cup stat: Kylian Mbappé makes his World Cup debut – he was born 161 days after France won the World Cup on home soil in 1998.

France vs Australia: Confirmed line-ups

More France team news vs Australia

L'Equipe predicted teams

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Predicted Australia XI

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Stay tuned for rolling updates.

France vs Australia live streaming & watch time

Match: France vs Australia

Competition: 2018 World Cup

Date: 16-06-2018

Kick-off time: 11:00 (UK time)

Stadium: Kazan Arena

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France vs Australia live streaming & Watch: USA & Australia

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If you are in Australia, live stream the World Cup on Optus Sport or SBS.

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Is it free to air?
England - UK
BBC (BBC iPlayer)
Free to air
England - UK
ITV (ITV Hub)
Free trial
USA (English)
Fox Sports app & Fox Sports Go
Requires cable subscription
USA (Spanish)
Telemundo
Requires cable subscription
Australia
Optus Sport
Free trial
Australia
SBS
Free
Canada (English)
CTV
Requires cable subscription
Canada (English)
CTS
Requires cable subscription

Mile Jedinak 3 - Honduras 1

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – NOVEMBER 15: Mile Jedinak of Australia celebrates scoring a goal with team mates during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Leg 2 match between the Australian Socceroos and Honduras at ANZ Stadium on November 15, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brett Hemmings/Getty Images)


France vs Australia live streaming: Match preview

The third day of the World Cup kicks off with the first Group C clash between France and Australia.

The game is sure to be entertaining as overwhelming favourites for both the game and group C.

France have one of the most exciting teams in the tournament filled with flair, fluidity and pace! The Socceroos will be having to fight tooth and nail to keep the Les Bleus at bay.

Fans will also be eagerly waiting to see the lineup of France, a team which has the most question marks over the starting lineup of any of the teams in the tournament.

France tactics

It’s fair to say that the question marks arise due to Didier Deschamps having the most diverse set of tools at his disposal out of all teams at the World Cup.

He is harbouring a weapons factory of guns that are manufactured in all shapes and sizes and equipped to combat any scenario of war. So its not necessarily always a question of who is better but rather who is better suited for this type of game or match moment.

Whilst most of the team is set in paper we will soon see whether Deschamps opts for his trusty, tall lieutenant Giroud or the more exciting and electric Ousmane Dembele.

In midfield the dilemma revolves around the more experienced and defensively tuned Matuidi or the more technically gifted and superior pass master in Tolisso.

Does he opt for a more match fit and in-form player as defensively superior as Lucas or a more natural attacking left back in Mendy who recently returned from a long period out on the sidelines.

The more all-rounded Pavard looking the likely to get the nod over the more natural but attacking Sidibe in current form.

Paul Pogba

PARIS, FRANCE – MARCH 23: Paul Pogba of France reacts during the international friendly match between France and Colombia at Stade de France on March 23, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

French ambitions

France are this years most fearsome counter attacking side along with Brazil. They have the perfect blend of attributes to make opponents think twice before
committing men forward.

France will look to dominate the midfield in what must be the most athletic midfield in the tournament with Pogba, Tolisso and Kante likely to start.

If Australia’s tenacious midfield of Aaron Mooy, Luongo and Rogic resist such attacks, Pogba will look to link up with Tolisso or rifle through a raking a pass for either Mbappe or Demebele to latch onto.

France are also defensively sound at the back with Umtiti and Varane forming one of the best young but experienced centre back partnerships in the world.

Australia

Australia are going to have a tough time breaking down France’s midfield and backline.

The Aussies will be seeking inspiration from breakout talent Daniel Arzani who’s silky and rapid feet combined with an eye for a killer pass will prove that they can always be dangerous when going forward.

Bert Van Marwijk will definitely look to utilise their pacy wingers in Leckie and Arzani to attack France’s fullbacks.

If Tom Rogic and his tall frame and strength with fantastic dribbling can avoid the aggressive press of the Les Bleus midfield, France may have problems.

France will also be hesitant to concede set pieces. Aaron Mooy is capable of whipping in fantastic deliveries with a big aggressive Australian team awaiting to pounce.

Conclusion

France’s overall talent may be too much to handle for the Socceroos. But the contest should prove tenacious with two aggressive midfields going at it.

France have built something of a reputation for poor performances in group stages. They have only won three of their last 12 group games (D5 L4) will be looking to change that on Saturday.

Expect no mercy and certainly no retreating from the French.

101 Great Goals predicts: France 4 – Australia 1

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