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Belgium vs France live stream: Watch UEFA Nations League online

By Harry Edwards

Belgium vs France live stream, predictions & team news | Uefa Nations League

Published: 10:58, 7 October 2021

Belgium and France meet in Italy on Thursday at 7:45pm (UK time) looking to reach the Uefa Nations League final.

Both nations will have been disappointed by their finishes at Euro 2020, but the Nations League provides an opportunity for some (minor) silverware ahead of next year’s World Cup.

How to live stream Belgium vs France online:

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Where to watch Belgium vs France on TV:

  • UK: Sky Sports Main Event

Scoreline prediction: Belgium 1-2 France

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Belgium vs France build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Belgium were one of the teams to fall to Italy at Euro 2020, knocked out at the quarter-final stage in a 2-1 defeat, a disappointing finish for one of the early favourites. But Roberto Martinez’s side firmly moved on from that when World Cup qualifying returned, winning all three of their games in the September international break. Estonia, Czech Republic and Belarus all fell with Belgium all-but confirmed to be at next summer’s World Cup. But that has been pushed to one side for October, with Belgium in the Nations League semi-finals having topped their group with five wins from six games – finishing five points clear of Denmark and England.
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For France, Euro 2020 exit came a round earlier, with Switzerland knocking the reigning world champions out on penalties after a thrilling 3-3 draw. Didier Deschamps men were the favourites going into the tournament but disappointed, and they carried that poor form into World Cup qualifying. Les Bleus drew with both Bosnia and Herzegovina and Ukraine last month and only ending their five-match winless run (all draws) with a 2-0 win over Finland that has allowed them to open up a seven-point gap at the top of their World Cup qualifying group (three wins, three draws). France were a lot better in the Nations League group stage, winning five and drawing one of their six matches to sit three points above second-placed Portugal.

  • Belgium (vs Belarus): Casteels; Boyata, Alderweireld, Denayer; Saelemaekers, Tielemans, Praet*, Castagne; Trossard, Batshuayi, Lukebakio.
  • France (vs Finland): Lloris; Zouma*, Kimpembe, Varane; Dubois, Rabiot, Pogba, Hernandez; Griezmann; Benzema, Martial.

Dennis Praet has not been called up for Belgium due to injury, but they have been boosted by the return of Kevin De Bruyne. France, meanwhile, have made a number of changes from their September squad with the likes of Kurt Zouma, Clement Lenglet and N’Golo Kante (injury) missing out.

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Players to watch:

  • Belgium: Thursday’s game will give Romelu Lukaku a chance to stretch his legs once again on the international scene, with the aim of continuing his excellent record for Belgium. Lukaku started the new season well with Chelsea but is currently on a five-game goal drought across all competitions as the Blues started to struggle in servicing their leading man. But it’s a completely different story when he dons the Red Devils’ jersey. Since the end of the 2018 World Cup, Lukaku has scored 27 goals in 25 games for Belgium including four in his past three, never going more than one match without finding the net. It was Lukaku’s goals that helped Belgium reach the Nations League finals, with the striker scoring five goals.
  • France: Now more than ever, France may be relying on the quality of Karim Benzema to carry them over the line against strong opposition. The biggest story surrounding France at Euro 2020 was the poor performances of Kylian Mbappe, which included missing the deciding penalty in the shootout defeat to Switzerland. And while the Paris Saint-Germain frontman has started the new Ligue 1 season in decent fashion, Benzema has been on another level. In eight La Liga games so far this season, Benzema has been directly involved in 16 goals, scoring nine and providing another seven assists. Altogether this is more than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues, with no player scoring or assisting more (only Paul Pogba has as many assists).

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