France v Denmark - Where To Watch, Live Stream, FIFA World Cup 2022 Group DAll the key details as Liverpool's Ibrahima Konate and France face Denmark in a Group D encounter. Liverpool defender Ibrahima Konate will be in action as France take on Denmark in their 2nd match of the 2022 World Cup on Saturday. Didier Deschamps' team will be looking to secure their place in the 2nd round whilst the Danes are looking to build on the point they picked up in their opening-day draw with Tunisia.
Denmark were largely toothless in their goalless draw with Tunisia and will be looking to show far more in forward areas. They have twice beaten France in the Nations League this year, so can take plenty of confidence from recent matches between the sides. Follow all the action with Standard Sport’s LIVE blog below! Live updates1669489365Thanks for following! Kylian Mbappe scored twice as France beat Denmark to become the first side to confirm their place in the last-16 in another statement from the holders. The 2-1 win also ensured France are the first reigning champions since Brazil in 2006 to avoid a humiliating group-stage exit, and an impressive display suggests they could be the first side since the Selecao in 1962 to retain the World Cup. Denmark, meanwhile, must beat Australia to reach the knockouts but should not be too disheartened after going close to a spirited comeback in the second half. Andreas Christensen equalised seven minutes after Mbappe had fired France ahead on the counter-attack, and the game might have been different if Hugo Lloris had not saved well from Jesper Lindstrom at 1-1.
Coverage begins at 3. 05pm, nearly an hour before kick-off. How do I live stream France v Denmark? The match will be streamed live on ITV X. Where is France v Denmark being played? The match will be played at Stadium 974 in Doha, Qatar. Get your brilliant 48-page Wales at the World Cup souvenir special What are the latest betting odds? France win - 7/10 Draw - 5/2 Denmark win - 19/5 (Odds courtesy of Sky Bet, correct at time of publishing. Please gamble responsibly.
France vs Denmark: World Cup 2022 - LIVE! France can effectively seal top spot in Group D as they look to make it two wins from two at the World Cup this afternoon. The defending champions face their toughest group-stage opponent, at least on paper, in Denmark, looking to recreate some of the attacking flair produced in the dominant opening win over Australia. Les Blues fell behind in that match but swiftly got things back on track as Olivier Giroud struck a brace and Kylian Mbappe shone, though they suffered a serious injury blow as Lucas Hernandez ruptured his ACL. His brother Theo Hernandez starts in his place this afternoon, while Raphael Varane also comes into the side.
Kaspar Schmeichel also made smart saves to deny Adrien Rabiot in the first half and Mbappe after the break, but France’s wonderboy proved too much to contain, bundling home at the back post four minutes from time. Read Dan Kilpatrick’s full analysis hereGetty Images1669486139Mbappe matches ValenciaThat’s now three goals, and an assist for Kylian Mbappe, in the first two matches of the tournament. He’s level with Enner Valencia in the race for the Golden Boot, and will be desperately hoping he isn’t rested for that final group-stage match against Tunisia.
Denmark: Thomas Delaney is out of the remainder of this World Cup due to the knee injury he suffered against Tunisia earlier in the week. An unexpected goalless draw with the Eagles of Carthage has Kasper Hjulmand's men sweating the result against the French given that they would have hoped to beat them to top spot. A draw would not be a disaster, but much would then depend on Tunisia's results against Australia and then Les Bleus.
Olivier Giroud scoring goals is already an upgrade on the successful 2018 edition and the AC Milan man is in contention at the top of the early scoring charts. A win would put Les Bleus through with a game to spare which would be a welcome development given that it was expected to be tough contest for top spot with the Danes. CBS Sports has a brand new daily soccer podcast, covering everything you need to know about the beautiful game. Make sure to give House of Champions a follow for coverage of the biggest games, stories, transfer news with Fabrizio Romano, and everything else going on in the world's most popular sport.
A lot of talk about Messi and Ronaldo going into the World Cup... it’s Mbappe taking centre stage right now. Getty Images1669485412FT: France 2-1 DenmarkFrance are through to the last-16 of the World Cup! First side through to the knockout stages, and it’s thanks to Kylian Mbappe who was once again sensational. Defending champions look set for a deep run in Qatar. Getty Images, 166948518990+4 mins: Denmark keeping the ball, not really looking like getting an equaliser. So much pressure on them in the final match, for all they will be confident of being able to beat Australia. 166948503890+1 mins: Ball hammered over the top, Mbappe is away again.
Sorry! There was an error processing your subscription. Here's our storylines, how you can watch the match and more:How to watch and oddsDate: Saturday, November 26 | Time: 11:00 a. m. ETLocation: Stadium 974 -- Doha, QatarTV: FS1 and Telemundo | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)Odds: France -143; Draw +270; Denmark +400 (via Caesars Sportsbook) Featured Game | France vs. Denmark Team newsFrance: Lucas Hernandez has gone home while Kingsley Coman had to be watched after picking up a knock since the Aussie victory.