TV channel, kick-off time, live stream free and teams for Six Nations game in Paris – The Sun

FRANCE will look to build on their superb victory over England as they welcome Italy to the Stade de France.

It was a terrific opening weekend of the Six Nations for Les Bleus, who survived a late fightback to take down the Red Rose 24-17 in Paris.

 France celebrate their opening try against England

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France celebrate their opening try against EnglandCredit: AP:Associated Press

They face the Azzurri, who were completely outplayed in Cardiff by Wales and couldn’t even get on the board in a 42-0 drubbing.

What time does France vs Italy kick off?

  • France vs Italy kicks off at 3pm – 4pm local time.
  • France vs Italy is being played at the Stade de France, Paris.

What TV channel is France vs Italy on and can I live stream it?

  • You can catch this game live on BBC ONE in the UK.
  • Coverage begins at 2.30pm.
  • Streaming is available on the BBC iPlayer.
  • NBC Sports Gold has the rights to all Six Nations matches in the US.
  • To stream the game live, you can purchase a Rugby Pass for $79.99, which will also allow you to watch all England Premiership and Heineken Champions Cup matches.

How do I watch France vs Italy for free?

What is the team news?

FRANCE

Backs

  • 15. Anthony Bouthier
  • 14. Teddy Thomas
  • 13. Arthur Vincent
  • 12. Gael Fickou
  • 11. Vincent Rattez
  • 10. Romain Ntamack
  • 9. Antoine Dupont

Forwards

  • 1. Cyril Baille
  • 2. Julien Marchand
  • 3. Mohammad Haouas
  • 4. Bernard Le Roux
  • 5. Paul Willemse
  • 6. Francois Cros
  • 7. Charles Ollivon
  • 8. Gregory Alldritt

Replacements

16. Peato Mauvaka 17. Jefferson Poirot 18. Demba Bamba 19. Romain Taofifenua 20. Boris Palu 21. Cameron Woki 22. Baptiste Serin 23. Matthieu Jalibert

ITALY

Backs

  • 15. Jayden Hayward
  • 14. Mattia Bellini
  • 13. Luca Morisi
  • 12. Carlo Canna
  • 11. Matteo Minozzi
  • 10. Tommaso Allan
  • 9. Callum Braley

Forwards

  • 1. Andrea Lovotti
  • 2. Luca Bigi
  • 3. Giosue Zilocchi
  • 4. Alessandro Zanni
  • 5. Niccolo Cannone
  • 6. Jake Polledri
  • 7. Sebastian Negri
  • 8. Braam Steyn

Replacements

16. Federico Zani 17. Danilo Fischetti 18. Marco Riccioni 19. Dean Budd 20. Federico Ruzza 21. Giovanni Licata 22. Guglielmo Palazzani 23. Giulio Bisegni

Match odds

  • France to make it two wins from two – 1/250
  • Italy to stun Les Bleus – 33/1
  • Draw in Paris – 66/1

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication

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