France vs Germany FREE: Live stream, what TV channel, team news and kick off time for UEFA Nations League 2018 match

JOACHIM LOW’S Germany travel to Paris to take on world champions France as they look to keep their chances of topping the Uefa Nations League group alive.

But at the moment they are closer to a humiliating relegation to League B after a woeful 3-0 loss in Holland.

Paul Pogba will also be looking to put poor club form to one side and help his nation get the win

When does France vs Germany kick off?

This UEFA Nations League group A1 fixture takes place on Tuesday, October 16.

It will kick off at 7:45pm- that’s 8:45 in Paris.

This match will be held in the Stade de France in Paris.

How can I watch for Holland vs Germany for FREE and can I live stream it?

This match will be shown live on Sky Sports Mix, with coverage starting at 7.40pm.

This is a free channel with any Sky TV subscription on channel 407.

Sky Sports subscribers can live stream this channel online or on the Sky Go Mobile app.

Alternatively, you can catch all the action on our dedicated SunSport LIVE BLOG.

What is the team news?

None of France’s heavy hitters such as Pogba, Varane, Griezmann and Dembele played during France’s 2-2 draw with Iceland last week and all should be fit for this game.

Jerome Boateng will miss the game for Germany having pulled out of the squad with a calf injury.


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