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++>[Here's Way To Watch] France vs Chile Live Stream Free TV Channel 26 March 2024


France vs Chile Live stream: TV channel, lineups, Updates, kick-off time And where to watch. France aim to shake off their defeat against Germany in their previous outing as they face South American opposition in Chile in a friendly clash at the Stade Orange Velodrome.


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Didier Deschamps' men play their last game before their preparations for Euro 2024 in Germany starting in June. Les Bleus will therefore be determined to change their fortunes against Chile and wrap up the international break with a win.

Chile, on the other hand, dumped three goals past Albania in their previous friendly and they would be confident of producing an upset against the 2018 World champions.

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France vs Chile kick-off time

Date: March 26, 2024

Kick-off time: 4:00 pm ET / 1:00 pm PT

Venue: Stade Orange Velodrome

France will welcome Chile to the Stade Orange Velodrome on March 26, 2024, with kick-off scheduled at 4:00 pm ET / 1:00 pm PT in the US.

French superstar Antoine Griezmann was an injury concern for Les Bleus with the forward hobbling off the pitch against Germany.

Aston Villa's midfielder Boubacar Kamara is also confined to the treatment room alongside Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman.

OGC Nice's midfielder Khephren Thuram has also dropped to the U-21s side ruling him out of the clash.

Arsenal's brick wall William Saliba will return in the back line alongside electrifying left-back Theo Hernandez as Deschamps looks to shuffle a stacked roster.

Hernandez's club teammate Olivier Giroud is also touted to return to the eleven with the marquee goalscorer given the responsibility to spearhead the host's forward battery.

France predicted XI: Maignan; Clauss, Saliba, Konate, T Hernandez; Zaire-Emery, Tchouameni, Camavinga; Kolo Muani, Giroud, Mbappe

Alexis Sanchez is touted to become the most decorated player in his country's history as the Inter forward prepares to pick up his 162th cap if he features in the eleven.

The injury-absentees for the visitors include Erick Pulgar, Diego Valdes and Guillermo Maripan.

Chile predicted XI: Bravo; Isla, Diaz, Lichnovsky, Suazo; Echeverria, Nunez; Osorio, Alexis, Davila; Vargas

France are one of the favorites for this summer's European Championship but will need to bounce back from their 2-0 defeat to Germany last week. They face Chile this week and a much-improved performance is needed by Didier Deschamps' side.

Kylian Mbappe played the whole game against Germany but failed to make an impact. Oliver Giroud came on as a substitute and he could be on his way to MLS this summer. Fabrizio Romano posted on X: "Understand LAFC have sent their formal contract proposal to Olivier Giroud to join as free agent. Giroud also received higher proposals from other clubs, taking his time to decide but LAFC are favourites. Hugo Lloris, pushing for his friend Giroud to join him in MLS."

Deschamps' team's Euros group consists of the Netherlands, Austria and either Poland or Wales -- who face each other in the playoffs.

France's opposition Chile are preparing for the Copa America this summer which will be held in the United States. Chile are in Group A with Argentina, Peru and Canada. Their talisman is Alexis Sanchez who now plays in Serie A for Inter Milan.

Chile's roster also includes Ben Brereton Diaz who was born in Stoke, England. However, he qualifies to play for Chile as his mother is from the country. Brereton Diaz is back in England playing for Sheffield United on loan after an unsuccesful spell with Villarreal in LaLiga.

France endured a significant setback in this FIFA Matchday, falling 2-0 to Germany despite being considered favorites to win the game. While it’s fortunate that this defeat occurred in a friendly, allowing time for necessary team adjustments, it still serves as a wake-up call for the squad.

On a positive note, France will promptly have the chance to implement these adjustments as they take on Chile in their upcoming friendly match. Despite Chilean’s sluggish start in the Conmebol qualifiers, their recent 3-0 victory over Albania indicates a resurgence in form. With both teams eyeing success in continental competitions, this fixture promises to be an intriguing test for both sides.

Duels between European and South American nations are rare and this will be the first time these two have met since 2011. Only once have France and Chile faced off in the World Cup, with that fixture arriving during the inaugural tournament back in 1930.

Thus, Les Bleus avoided Chile's golden era which returned a Copa America in 2016. There are still remnants from that prosperous era, but the Chileans have struggled to replicate such heights in recent years.

France head into Tuesday's game off the back of a rare defeat. They were stunned within seven seconds by Florian Wirtz and went on to lose 2-0 to Germany. Didier Deschamps won't read too much into the defeat, however, with France regarded alongside England as the pre-tournament favourites for Euro 2024.

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