France vs Australia Match Lineups, Schedule, and Live Stream

France will face Australia on 22nd November 2022. What happens when two genetically charged sports teams clash with each other. Well, that’s what remains to be seen in France vs Australia Qatar FIFA World Cup. We know that fans of this great game have been waiting for a long time, as a pandemic has brought the entire globe to a standstill.

Well, now things are back in place and in proper shape. The two maverick teams that are in complete focus are the French and the Kiwis, Yes even Australians love soccer and we all know that they are a passionate lot when it comes to sports. 

France Vs Australia is going to be one hell of a show, although we don’t think that the match is equal and the French team seems to be a bit superior to its rival. Well again, in the game of soccer predictions can go for a toss and we all have to see what happens in the real. 

Till then here are all the details about the match that you should be aware of. Keep reading to enjoy the game to the fullest. 

Match France vs Australia
Time 2 PM ET
Dates 22nd November 2022
Venue Al Janoub Stadium
Live Stream beIN Sports

France vs. Australia World Cup Live Streaming Channels

SBS brings you exclusive coverage of World Cup 2022 FIFA matches in Australia. SBS and SBS VICELAND are the official streaming broadcasters of the World Cup with videos, highlights, previews, and stories. Australians can view the group matches starting at 9 pm (AEDT).

TF1 and beIN Sports will stream the games in France.

Also, check out Mexico vs Poland group’s stage match schedule and preview here.

France vs. Australia live stream
France vs. Australia live stream channels.

Team squad for France vs. Australia Match

Here are the expected world Cup squad for FIFA World Cup 2022 below.

France Lineups

  • GK: Hugo Lloris, Tottenham
  • GK: Alphonse Areola, West Ham
  • GK: Mike Maignan, AC Milan
  • DF: Benjamin Pavard, Bayern Munich
  • DF: Raphael Varane, Manchester United
  • DF: Presnel Kimpembe, PSG
  • DF: Ibrahima Konate, Liverpool
  • DF: Lucas Hernandez, Bayern Munich
  • DF: Theo Hernandez, AC Milan
  • DF: Lucas Digne, Aston Villa
  • DF: Jules Kounde, Sevilla
  • DF: William Saliba, Arsenal
  • DF: Jonathan Clauss, Lens
  • MF: N’Golo Kante, Chelsea
  • MF: Matteo Guendouzi, Marseille
  • MF: Aurelien Tchouameni, Real Madrid
  • MF: Adrien Rabiot, Juventus
  • MF: Boubacar Kamara, Aston Villa
  • FW: Wissam Ben Yedder, Monaco
  • FW: Kingsley Coman, Bayern Munich
  • FW: Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid
  • FW: Kylian Mbappe, PSG
  • FW: Karim Benzema, Real Madrid
  • FW: Moussa Diaby, Bayer Leverkusen
  • FW: Christopher Nkunku, RB Leipzig

Australia Lineups

Name Club, Country
Nathaniel ATKINSON Heart of Midlothian, Scotland
Aziz BEHICH Uncontracted
Martin BOYLE Al-Faisaly FC, Saudi Arabia
Nicholas D’AGOSTINO Melbourne Victory FC, Australia
Jason DAVIDSON Melbourne Victory FC, Australia
Milos DEGENEK Columbus Crew, USA
Kenny DOUGALL Blackpool FC, England
Mitchell DUKE Fagiano Okayama, Japan
Denis GENREAU Toulouse FC, France
Craig GOODWIN Adelaide United FC, Australia
Ajdin HRUSTIC Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany
Jackson IRVINE FC St. Pauli, Germany
Fran KARACIC Brescia Calcio, Italy
Joel KING Odense Boldklub, Denmark
Mathew LECKIE Melbourne City FC, Australia
Awer MABIL Uncontracted
Jamie MACLAREN Melbourne City FC, Australia
Riley MCGREE Middlesbrough FC, England
Aaron MOOY Shanghai Port FC, China PR
Andrew REDMAYNE (Gk) Sydney FC, Australia
Tom ROGIC Uncontracted
Kye ROWLES Central Coast Mariners FC, Australia
Mathew RYAN (Gk) Real Sociedad, Spain
Trent SAINSBURY Uncontracted
Gianni STENSNESS Viking FK, Norway
Adam TAGGART Cerezo Osaka, Japan
Marco TILIO Melbourne City Australia
Danny VUKOVIC (GK) NEC Nijmegan, Netherlands
Bailey WRIGHT Sunderland AFC, England

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