Nigeria vs France live streaming

Nigeria vs France Women’s World Cup live streaming: Confirmed Line-Ups & Live Score

Nigeria (W)01France (W)
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Rita Chikwelu
Desire Oparanozie
Uchenna Kanu
Gaëtane Thiney
Grace Geyoro
Francisca Ordega
Evelyn Nwabuoku
Asisat Oshoala
Anam Imo
Wendie Renard
Chiamaka Nnadozie
Ngozi Ebere
Valérie Gauvin
Kadidiatou Diani
Delphine Cascarino
Eugénie Le Sommer
Valérie Gauvin
Ngozi Ebere
8
Asisat Oshoala
Chiamaka Nnadozie
9
Desire Oparanozie
4
Ngozi Ebere
13
Ngozi Okobi
5
Onome Ebi
3
Osinachi Ohale
10
Rita Chikwelu
6
Amandine Henry
7
Amel Majri
14
Charlotte Bilbault
8
Delphine Cascarino
2
Ève Périsset
17
Gaëtane Thiney
19
Griedge Mbock Bathy
16
Sarah Bouhaddi
13
Valérie Gauvin
18
Viviane Asseyi
3
Wendie Renard
Uchenna Kanu
1
Tochukwu Oluehi
12
Aïssatou Tounkara
15
Élise Bussaglia
Julie Debever
9
Eugénie Le Sommer
23
Grace Geyoro
20
Kadidiatou Diani
8
Maéva Clemaron
4
Marion Torrent
21
Solène Durand
22
Sakina Karchaoui

Nigeria vs France live streaming: Match details

If you want to watch Nigeria vs France online, and indeed the rest of the Women’s World Cup, these are the live streaming instructions.

Match: Nigeria vs France

Competition: Women’s World Cup

Date: June 17, 2019

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, June 17, 2019 (UK time)

Stadium: Roazhon Park

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Nigeria vs France live streaming: Match preview

Can the hosts make it three wins out of three?

France kicked off this tournament with a comfortably 4-0 win over Korea Republic in Paris.

However, their matchday two victory over Norway was far less straight forward.

They were frustrated at half time in Nice with the game scoreless.

However, less than 30 seconds into the second half, Valérie Gauvin volley home Amel Majri’s pin-point cross.

1-0 Les Bleus.

However, that was all undone shortly after when Wendie Renard scored one of the most bizarre own goals you’re ever likely to see.

She has the unwanted record of being the first player to score an own-goal for France at a Women’s World Cup.

It looked like Norway would escape with a point but late on, referee Bibiana Steinhaus pointed to the spot for a very soft foul on Marion Torrent.

Eugénie Le Sommer stepped up and scored to seal a 2-1 win for France.

She has now scored 12 goals in her last 12 international appearances.

Will Corinne Diacre’s side make it two wins from two?

As for Nigeria, they got their campaign up and running on Wednesday.

A calamitous own goal and a brilliant solo goal from Asisat Oshoala saw them beat Korea Republic 2-0.

Oshoala has become just the second Nigerian to score in two different Women’s World Cups.

Also in that game, at 18 years and 186 days, Nigeria’s Chiamaka Nnadozie has become the youngest ever goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in a Women’s World Cup match.

The Super Falcons now have a great chance of getting through and a point here would all but seal that.

However, France are likely to come out on top in Rennes, leaving Nigeria’s hopes in the balance.

101 Great Goals predicts: Nigeria 0-2 France

‘No threat’

Team News

Nigeria on Instagram pre Women’s World Cup match vs France

Women’s World Cup: Results & upcoming fixtures

Friday June 7, 2019: France 4 – Korea Republic 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Germany 1 – China PR 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Spain 3 – South Africa 1

Saturday June 8, 2019: Norway 3 – Nigeria 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: Australia 1 – Italy 2

Sunday June 9, 2019: Brazil 3 – Jamaica 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: England 2 – Scotland 1

Monday June 10, 2019: Argentina 0 – Japan 0

Monday June 10, 2019: Canada 1 – Cameroon 0

Tuesday June 11, 2019: New Zealand 0 – Netherlands 1

Tuesday June 11, 2019: Chile 0 – Sweden 2

Tuesday June 11, 2019: United States 13 – Thailand 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Nigeria 2 – Korea Republic 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Germany 1 – Spain 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: France 2 – Norway 1

Thursday June 13, 2019: Australia 3 – Brazil 2

Thursday June 13, 2019: South Africa 0 – China PR 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Japan 2 – Scotland 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Jamaica 0 – Italy 5

Friday June 14, 2019: England 1 – Argentina 0

Saturday June 15, 2019: Netherlands 3 – Cameroon 1

Saturday June 15, 2019: Canada 2 – New Zealand 0

Sunday June 16, 2019: Sweden 5 – Thailand 1

Sunday June 16, 2019: United States 3 – Chile 1

Monday June 17, 2019: South Africa vs Germany

Monday June 17, 2019: China PR vs Spain

Monday June 17, 2019: Nigeria vs France

Monday June 17, 2019: Korea Republic vs Norway

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Jamaica vs Australia

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Italy vs Brazil

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Japan vs England

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Scotland vs Argentina

Thursday June 20, 2019: Netherlands vs Canada

Thursday June 20, 2019: Cameroon vs New Zealand

Thursday June 20, 2019: Sweden vs United States

Thursday June 20, 2019: Thailand vs Chile

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 1

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 2

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 3

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 4

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 5

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 6

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 7

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 8

Thursday June 27, 2019: Quarter-final 1

Friday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 2

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 3

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 4

Tuesday July 2, 2019: Semi-final 1

Wednesday July 3, 2019: Semi-final 2

Saturday July 6, 2019: Third-place play-off

Sunday July 7, 2019: Women’s World Cup Final

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