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England vs France rugby: Live stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off time, team news for Rugby League World Cup clash

ENGLAND take on France on Saturday in their Rugby League World Cup group.

A dominant 60-6 win over Samoa in their first game of the tournament last week got Shaun Wane side’s campaign off to the perfect start.

England beat Samoa 60-6 in their opening World Cup game last week
France were victorious in their clash against Greece on Monday

But now England have just as tough a test against France, who beat Greece 34-12 earlier this week.

England are one of the favourites to win the World Cup, and with it being a home tournament, they’ll be gunning for another big win here.

When is England vs France?

  • England’s big clash against France will take place on Saturday, October 22.
  • The game will kick off at 5pm UK time.
  • England vs France will be held at the University of Bolton Stadium.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • England vs France will be shown live on BBC Two in the UK.
  • You can live stream the action from the BBC iPlayer, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • England vs France is FREE to watch on BBC Two or the iPlayer, so long as you have a TV licence.
  • Coverage of the clash will get underway from 4.30pm BST.

Team news

England boss Wane is likely to make changes from the side that beat Samoa last week.

Winger Ryan Hall could get a run out from the off, having replaced Tommy Makinson in the squad for the game.

  • England: Sam Tomkins, Kallum Watkins, Herbie Farnworth, Ryan Hall, Jack Welsby, George Williams, Tom Burgess, Michael McIlorum, Luke Thompson, Elliott Whitehead, John Bateman, Victor Radley, Dom Young, Chris Hill, Andy Ackers, Marc Sneyd, Joe Batchelor, Mikolaj Oledzki, Kai Pearce-Paul.
  • France: Morgan Escare, Arthur Romano, Samisoni Langi, Matthieu Laguerre, Fouad Yaha, Arthur Mourgue, Tony Gigot, Jordan Dezaria, Alrix Da Costa, Lambert Belmas, Benjamin Jullien, Paul Seguier, Benjamin Garcia, Eloi Pelissier, Justin Sangare, Gadwin Springer, Mickael Goudemand, Corentin Le Cam, Cesar Rouge.

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