The final match of the group stage fixture is upon us and there could be no better way to conclude the group stage fixture than to end it with a blockbuster match featuring a rematch of the final of the Euro 2016 between Portugal and France. Both the teams would be looking to end the group stage on a high with a win, with knockout stage spot on the offering both the teams would not settle for anything less than a victory over their massive opponents.
Here are the streaming details of the Group E fixture between Portugal and France.
Portugal vs France Timings
23rdJune – 19:00 UTC
23rdJune – 21:00 CET
24thJune – 00:30 IST
24thJune – 06.00 AEDT
24thJune – 05.00 AEST
23rdJune – 20:00 BST
France sit on top of the Group F or as it is known as the Group of death. With 1 win against Germany and a draw against spirited Hungary, they are well within reach of the knockout stages of the EURO 2020. A draw would virtually seal their place in the knockout stage of the tournament, but France would not be fighting for anything less than a win, and would have scores to settle from their defeat in the final five years ago.
Portugal started their EURO 2020 campaign on a bright note as they rallied to beat Hungary 3-0. However a 4-2 humbling at the hands of Germany have put them off course a bit, and they will be hoping to bounce back from the results of the previous match and turn things around. Portugal will be going into the match with nothing but a win in mind, as it would guarantee them a place in the knockout stage. A draw would make things a bit tricky as Portugal’s knockout stage dreams would hinge on the comparative performance of the other teams from different groups.
Portugal vs France Live Stream Details
|France||TF1, M6, beIN Sports|
|Russia||VGTRK, Perviy Kanal, Match TV|
|Canada||Bell Media, TVA Sports|
|North Africa and Middle East||Bein Sports|
|Sub-Saharan Africa||Canal+, SuperSport, StarTimes, TVMS|
|Indian Subcontinent||Sony Pictures Network|
|China||CCTV, IQIYI, MiguShankai Sports|
|South East Asia||Fox Sports|
|New Zealand||Sky Sports|
|South Korea||CJ ENM|
|United Kingdom||BBC, ITV, S4C|