31 August 2017

What time is France vs Holland, and what TV channel is World Cup qualifier on?

FRANCE take on Holland in the biggest match so far of World Cup qualifying’s Group of Death.

Didier Deschamps’ side will only qualify for the playoffs as things stand, with the French level on points with table-toppers Sweden.

France ran out 1-0 victors when the two sides met in Amsterdam
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Paul Pogba netted the only goal of that game
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But the Dutch find themselves in a far greater predicament.

Labelled the worst Holland side of all time, they sit in third place, three points behind the French, and are in serious danger of failing to qualify for a second successive tournament.

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Dick Advocaat has been drafted in for a third spell in charge after Danny Blind’s disastrous reign was brought to an end by the Dutch FA.

France won the previous meeting between the two sides 1-0 in Amsterdam and know a similar result in Paris will all but knock the Oranje out.

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette scores amazing chip goal in France training

When is France vs Holland?

France vs Holland will take place on Thursday, August 21 at the Stade de France in Paris.

The match will kick off at 7.45pm.

What TV channel is France vs Holland?

Sky Sports Football will be showing the match live.

Coverage will begin at 7.40pm.

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