• Mon. Sep 25th, 2023

England vs France LIVE! Six Nations 2023 match stream, latest score and rugby updates today

It’s Le Crunch. At 4.45pm today. At Twickenham. You’re best advised to find an England v France live stream somewhere, because this fixtures is a cracker.

So if you’re hoping to find the match, here is where we advise you look. Because this Six Nations competition can flip on it’s head with a few results…

How to watch England v France: live stream Six Nations for FREE in the UK England v France is being shown for free in the UK on ITV, with kick-off at 4.45m on Saturday afternoon and coverage starting at 4.15pm.

Which means the match can be streamed FREE on ITVX. They also have an amazing app that works on almost all your smart devices. Just search for the app on any device, phone or console you have.

If you’re outside of the UK, but want your usual coverage, it’s best to check out the free 30-day ExpressVPN trial and follow the instructions below.

How to watch the Six Nations from outside your country If you’re from one of the six countries but live abroad and still want to watch your local coverage, you can do so by using a VPN – Virtual Private Network.

In Italy, Sky Italia have the rights to show the Six Nations this year while TV8 will show Italy’s matches on free-to-air TV.

Six Nations live stream: How to watch from Australia For Australian fans, Stan Sports has the exclusive rights to show Six Nations matches and the streaming platform will have all 15 matches live and on demand.

It costs $10 a month to add Stan Sport to your general Stan plan – and there is also a seven-day free trial available so you could test it out first.

Steve Borthwick’s England face reigning champions France in the penultimate round of the Guinness Six Nations.

Both sides currently have two wins and a loss to their names, with France losing out to powerhouses Ireland, whilst England suffered another defeat to Scotland at Twickenham.

However, both teams are coming off the back of strong wins, with England pushing through Wales in Cardiff, while France edged Scotland in Paris. The last time the two sides faced off, France secured their 2022 Grand Slam with a 25-13 victory in front of a home crowd.

England: 15. Freddie Steward, 14. Max Malins, 13. Henry Slade, 12. Ollie Lawrence, 11. Anthony Watson, 10. Marcus Smith, 9. Jack van Poortvliet, 1. Ellis Genge, 2. Jamie George, 3. Kyle Sinckler, 4. Maro Itoje, 5. Ollie Chessum, 6. Lewis Ludlam, 7. Jack Willis, 8. Alex Dombrandt.

Replacements: 16. Jack Walker, 17. Mako Vunipola, 18. Dan Cole, 19. David Ribbans, 20. Ben Curry, 21. Alex Mitchell, 22. Owen Farrell, 23. Henry Arundell.

France: 15 Thomas Ramos, 14 Damian Penaud, 13 Gaël Fickou, 12 Jonathan Danty, 11 Ethan Dumortier, 10 Romain Ntamack, 9 Antoine Dupont (c), 1 Cyril Baille, 2 Julien Marchand, 3 Dorian Aldegheri, 4 Thibaud Flament, 5 Paul Willemse, 6 François Cros, 7 Charles Ollivon, 8 Grégory Alldritt

Replacements: 16 Peato Mauvaka 17 Reda Wardi, 18 Sipili Falatea, 19 Romain Taofifenua, 20 Sekou Macalou, 21 Maxime Lucu, 22 Yoram Moefana, 23 Melvyn Jaminet

By David

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