Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for huge UEFA Nations League clash

PORTUGAL host Nations League rivals France as both sides battle for the chance to finish top of their group.

In their last group game, Portugal and France played out a 0-0 bore-draw in Paris.

Ronaldo scored his 102nd international goal against Andorra


Ronaldo scored his 102nd international goal against Andorra Credit: Alamy Live News

But as both teams have won all of their other games in the group, they both stand neck-and-neck in the penultimate match day of the group stages.

Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to hunt down the all-time international goal record of 109, having reached the 102 mark against Andorra on Tuesday night.

Portugal have the home advantage, but France are still the world’s best International side, and anything could happen on the night.

What time does Portugal vs France kick off?

  • Portugal vs France kicks off at 7.45pm (BST) on Saturday, November 14.
  • The game will take place at the Estadio da Luz in Benfica, where the Champions League final took place earlier this year.
Kante will likely start for France against Portugal


Kante will likely start for France against PortugalCredit: Getty – Contributor

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Portugal vs France will be shown on Sky Sports Football.
  • The game is available for streaming on your smartphone or tablet, as long as you have a NOW TV or Sky Go account.

Team news

Ronaldo was rested to start the Andorra game but he’ll be a certainty to start this huge game against France.

It’s likely that most of the team who played against Andorra will be changed, with th likes of Manchester City duo Joao Cancelo and Ruben Dias coming in to the side.

Joao Felix, Bernardo Silva and Bruno Fernandes will also probably make the starting line-up.

For France, Hugo Lloris will likely replace Steve Mandanda in goal, while Chelsea star N’Golo Kante could start in midfield.

Anthony Martial and Barca forward Antoine Griezmann should also start for France by Kylian Mbappe remains doubtful.


Portugal – 7/5

Draw – 21/10

France – 2/1

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