France vs Germany TV channel and live stream
France will meet Germany again this Tuesday for the second time in the UEFA Nations League.
Both teams will look to improve on the goalless draw that was played out in Munich in early September.
Didier Deschamps’ France currently have four points and sit top of Group 1 after lifting the World Cup back in July.
Germany are showing similar form to the slump which marred their World Cup campaign and are currently sat bottom of the group after managing only a single point in the two games so far, which includes a 3-0 loss to the Netherlands.
The match will be played at the French national stadium – the Stade de France.
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When is the game?
France vs Germany takes place on Tuesday, October 16 at the Stade de France. Kick-off is at 7:45pm BST.
Where can I watch the game?
The game will be shown live on Sky Sports Mix, which is channel 507 on your Sky box.
The Mirror Football live blog will be the first place for all the action.
Is there a live stream?
Sky Sports subscribers can stream the game online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.
What did the managers say?
Didier Deschamps insisted he was not worried after France salvaged a last-minute draw in an international friendly against Iceland on Thursday night.
"We were a little too relaxed in front of a well-organised team that played well against us.
“But as soon as we found a little more rhythm, more density, more races forward, we hurt more, but we’re not going to worry," said the Frenchman.
Joachim Low, who surpassed Sepp Herberger to set a new record in his 168th game in charge of the national team, admits confidence is a problem after six defeats in 10 matches.
"It’s not only about converting the chances. After conceding, you could see that recent results have led to a lack of confidence. Why are we not scoring? That’s difficult to answer, we have clear chances.”
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