France vs Bosnia and Herzegovina: live stream, start time, TV, how to watch World Cup qualifiers

The reigning World Cup champions continue their quest to defend their title as France faces Bosnia and Herzegovina. Wednesday’s game is part of a flurry of matches across UEFA on Wednesday as the teams aim for a 2022 World Cup berth in Qatar. France returns to the fold with a program of stars composed of Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema, Antoine Griezmann and Anthony Martial. France are currently at the top of their group with seven points so far in qualifying. Bosnia and Herzegovina, meanwhile, are at the back of the pack with one point in three matches. Fans looking to reunite with Wednesday’s game will have to dig a little deeper, as the English and Spanish broadcasts are in different places. Fans looking for the English broadcast should stream it through ESPN +. Meanwhile, Spanish streaming is available through TUDN, UniMás and fuboTV.

France vs Bosnia-Herzegovina (2022 World Cup qualifiers)

What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? – Wednesday’s game will begin at 2:45 p.m. EST for viewers in the United States and will be televised via TUDNxtra1 in Spanish. English streaming will not be available on conventional TV channels in the US (Channel Finder: Verizon Fios | AT&T U-verse | Comcast | Spectrum / Charter | Optimum / Altice | DIRECTV | Dish | Hulu | fuboTV | Sling. )

Live steam options: ESPN + | fuboTV – While the English broadcast of the match will not be shown on any TV channels, it will be available to stream through ESPN +. This is a separate service from normal ESPN and requires a separate subscription starting at $ 5.99 per month. Fans can sign up for ESPN + here. The Spanish show is also available to stream through fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.

More international football coverage via The Associated Press

SAO PAULO (AP) – Brazil will miss nine of their English Premier League players for their next three World Cup qualifiers, including Thursday’s clash in Chile.

But second-place Argentina expects to have four of its England-based players in Venezuela on the same day.

Premier League clubs had said they would bar their players from traveling to countries in South America, which are redlisted by the UK government due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All players who leave and then return to Britain must spend 10 days in hotel quarantine and are unlikely to train.

FIFA had given South American countries two more days to play matches in September and October so that three qualifying matches could be played in each window, rather than the usual two.

Round robin competition will go ahead as planned despite resistance from English clubs, although some who have traveled will return before Game 3 – scheduled for September 9.

FIFA has told South American football body CONMEBOL that there will be consequences for clubs failing to release players as required, which could lead to disciplinary action.

On Sunday, the Court of Arbitration for Sport ruled against a complaint from the Spanish league, which argued that the triple title of the matches would end too close to the resumption of its competition.

The diplomatic split could continue into October, when each team will have another three-game streak.


Brazil lead with six wins in six matches, but few analysts are taking the slightest risk in predicting who will play seventh-placed Chile in Santiago on Thursday. The first training sessions in Sao Paulo gave no clue.

Nine Brazilian players based in England did not come: Alisson, Fabinho, Roberto Firmino (Liverpool); Ederson, Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City); Thiago Silva (Chelsea); Fred (Manchester United); Richarlison (Everton); and Raphinha (Leeds).

Chile will also regret the absence of Ben Brereton of Blackburn and Francisco Sierralta of Watford. Coach Martin Lasarte called Universidad Catolica’s Valber Huerta and Diego Valencia on Tuesday to replace them.

A victory in Santiago could put Brazil on the verge of qualifying for next year’s tournament in Qatar. If coach Tite’s side earn three points from Chile and beat Argentina and Peru at home, they will have 27 points after nine matches.


Argentina, second, with 12 points, will have four Premier League players for the game in Caracas: Emiliano Martinez and Emiliano Buendia from Aston Villa and Giovanni Lo Celso and Cristian Romero from Tottenham. They were also part of the squad that won the Copa America in Brazil in July.

Captain Lionel Messi, who ultimately won a major trophy with Argentina, will play for his country for the first time as a Paris Saint-Germain player.

Venezuela will be coached by Leonardo González, the third man to hold the post in the current World Cup qualifying campaign. The former defender replaced Portuguese coach José Peseiro, who resigned in August due to debts to him and his collaborators by the federation.

Also on Thursday, Ecuador, third, will host Paraguay. Colombia will travel to Bolivia. And Peru will host Uruguay, who will be deprived of Edinson Cavani (not released by Manchester United) and the injured Luis Suárez.

About Eleanor Blackburn

Check Also

Croatia Fortenova set to make a profit in 2021

ZAGREB (Croatia), June 22 (SeeNews) – Croatian group Fortenova, successor to collapsed food retailer Agrokor, …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.