Say what you want about the UEFA Nations League, but it throws up some fantastic games. France will host Germany tonight, in a game that will see the last two World Cup winners come toe-to-toe. The two sides played out a scoreless draw in the return fixture last month, and here will be some massive names on display. But where can you watch it? We have all the details on where to watch France vs Germany in the UEFA Nations League.
Where To Watch France Vs Germany?
The game will be broadcast tonight live on Virgin Media Sport and Sky Sports Mix, with kick-off from the Stade De France at 7.45pm. Virgin Media Sport is free for all Virgin Media customers, while Sky Sports Mix is free for Sky subscribers, so most people will have access to one of the channels.
Coverage gets underway at 7pm on Virgin Media Sport, and 7.40pm on Sky Sports Mix.
How are France likely to line up?
France played a mostly first choice side in their 2-2 draw with Iceland on Thursday night, where two late goals rescued them from an embarrassing defeat in front of their own fans.
Winger Falurient Thauvin has withdrawn with a foot injury, so we will likely see Kylian Mbappé reprise his role on the right wing. N'Golo Kanté should also come back into the side having been rested for the Iceland game.
What about the Germans?
Germany suffered a heavy defeat in their clash with the Netherlands on Saturday evening, so their line-up may be more difficult to predict. Manager Joachim Löw may choose to make a number of changes, or give the players a chance to redeem themselves.
Defender Jerome Boating will definitely be absent, having pulled out of the game with a calf injury sustained in that game. Club teammate Nicklas Süle will likely be his replacement, while Leroy Sané could also be promoted to the starting XI.
How important is this game for both sides?
For the Germans, this game is vital. They sit bottom of the group on a solitary point, so a defeat here will leave them in trouble of relegation to the 'B' division in the UEFA Nations League. They could also lose their place as a top seed for the Euro 2020 qualifiers as a result.
For France, a win would cement their place on top of the group. It would leave them needing only a point in their final game against the Netherlands to assure their place in the play-offs.
So a reminder that the match is live on Virgin Media Sport and Sky Sports Mix, with kick-off at 7.45pm.