France vs Belgium Live Stream, Start time, Date & Tv Channel

France vs Belgium Live Stream, Start time, Date & Tv Channel
France vs Belgium Live Stream, Start time, Date & Tv Channel

After smashing Italy to pieces, the former can reach the quarter-finals with another win over their neighbours

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France will face Belgium on Thursday in their second contest of this year’s UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 tournament. The pair will play out the fourth game of Group D.

Event Detail

Game: France vs Belgium
Category: Tennis
Start Time: 2022/09/17 13:00
End Time: 2022/09/17 15:00
Tour/League: Davis Cup

TV channel: live stream and how to watch

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The former got off to a winning start with a blowout victory over Italy, while the latter were held to a draw by Iceland – but both remain in the hunt to reach the quarter-finals.
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TV channel, live stream and how to watch
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Team news and rosters
Position France roster
Goalkeepers Chavas, Lerond, Peyraud-Magnin
Defenders Renard, Torrent, Tounkara, Karchaoui, Bacha, Bathy, Périsset, Cissoko
Midfielders Palis, Toletti, Geyoro, Bilbault, Dali
Forwards Katoto, Mateo, Diani, Malard, Baltimore, Sarr, Cascarino
If there was a statement performance from the first round of Euro 2020 fixtures, it would have been hard to top France’s outrageous first-half rout of Italy.

Could it be a case of peaking too early though? It’s unlikely – and they’ll be eyeing a second blowout here to cement their place in the last eight.

Predicted France starting XI: Peyraud-Magnin; Perisset, Tounkara, Renard, Karchaoui; Geyoro, Bilbault, Toletti; Diani, Cascarino, Katoto.

Position Belgium roster
Goalkeepers Evrard, Lemey, Lichtfus
Defenders Philtjens, Tysiak, Vangheluwe, Tison, De Neve, Kees, Deloose
Midfielders Delacauw, Vanhaevermaet, Minnaert, Biesmans, Missipo

Van Kerkhoven, Wijnants, De Caigny, Eurlings, Wullaert, Cayman, Dhont, Vanmechelen
A draw with Iceland to start their Group D campaign is far from a disaster for Belgium, but a failure to take points in this game could well prove the end of their path if results go against them elsewhere.

They face a tough task to get the better of a France side in freewheeling fashion – but they’ll be determined to not stop until the final whistle goes.

Predicted Belgium starting XI: Evrard; Vangheluwe, Kees, De Neve, Philtjens; Cayman, Vanhaevermaet, Biesmans, De Caigny; Dhont, Wullaert.

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