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Nations League: where to follow the Denmark-France match?


The blues of Didier Deschamps will face Denmark this Sunday, September 25. On which channel can we see this meeting? Télé Star tells you more.

It’s a night that can change everything. The France team will play its last League of Nations group stage match on Sunday, September 25. The Blues of Didier Deschamps will face Denmark in Copenhagen. A meeting which will take place at Parken Stadium and which will be broadcast from 8:45 p.m. on TF1. This is very important for players since it this is the last test with the start of the World Cup in Qatar, on November 20. Will they be able to prove themselves and win this new match? A few days ago, it was Austria that they faced at the Stade de France. They succeeded in raising their heads and to end a four-game winless streak as they scored two goals. The first was that of Kylian Mbappé, in the 56th minute then Olivier Giroud, in the 65th minute. This meeting is important for the future because the maintenance of the Blues in Ligue A is not yet acquired. Last of group 1, they managed to pass in front of Austria following their victory but they are not yet safe. In case of defeat or draw, France would be relegated to league B, like England. A risk that should motivate them in the field.

For this new meeting, Didier Deschamps announced that he would make some changes to the composition of his team. There should be many replacements, in particular due to the withdrawals of Mike Maignan and Jules Koundé. According to the Maxifoot site, the coach could decide to establish Benjamin Pavardwho was on the bench in the previous match, but also Eduardo Camavinga, or Christopher Nkunku in place of Olivier Giroud. The opportunity for players to prove themselves and hope to be part of the list of 26 players selected for the World Cup. “I have time to think, there is a margin between 23 to 26“, Didier Deschamps told the media. “During the Euro, we were 26, and if you have 2 injuries in the same position (L. Hernandez and Digne)… luckily we had Adrien (Rabiot) who was able to compensate, and it’s important to have versatile players“, he continued before adding: “So, it’s not making sure for the sake of making sure, it’s not because we will be more that we will be stronger“. Didier Deschamp wishes to take his time: “There are still only 11 places left, even if the number of players on the team sheet and on the bench has increased. I still have time, he concluded.

World Cup in Qatar: when will be the first match for the France team?

The World Cup in Qatar is fast approaching. If this one makes a lot of talk about it since it is at the heart of a controversy, the supporters of the France team are impatient to see the first match. It’s the November 22, at 5 p.m., that the blues of Didier Deschamps will face Australia. The second game will take place on Saturday 26 November, at 8 p.m. and he will face Denmark. For the third, it is November 30 at 4 p.m. they will try to win against Tunisia. Three very important matches but will they allow them to go to the final and win a third star? The answer in a few weeks.

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A meeting which will take place at 8:45 p.m.

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It will be found on TF1.

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Will the French team prove itself?

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Which players will start?

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The blues won their last match.

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They made it 2-0.

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A victory that motivated them.

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Olivier Giroud scored a goal.

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He celebrated with the supporters.

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This is the last game of the Nations League.

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Their next meeting will be at the World Cup in Qatar.



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