[LIVE] Belgium vs France live stream and how to watch the UEFA Nations League semi-finals for free online

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The No.1 ranked team in the world Belgium will take on 2018 FIFA World Cup winners in the semi-finals of the UEFA Nations League on Friday. The match is scheduled to kick off at 12:15 AM IST on October 8 from the Juventus Stadium. The two are meeting after their semi-final clash in the 2018 World Cup where France emerged as the victors 1-0. Belgium will be looking for revenge and will hope to add a major international trophy in their cabinet.
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Ahead of the monumental clash, here is a look at how to watch UEFA Nations League live in India, the UK, and the US, and the Belgium vs France match’s live streaming details.
How to watch Belgium vs France Nations League Match live in India?

Fans wondering how to watch UEFA Nations League live in India can tune into the Sony Sports network, which has the official broadcasting rights in the country. The Belgium vs France Nations League match will be telecasted live on Sony Ten 2 SD/HD. The match is scheduled to kick off at 12:15 AM IST on October 8 from the Juventus Stadium.
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How to live stream Belgium vs France Nations League Match in India?

As for the Belgium vs France match live streaming, fans can tune into the SonyLIV app or website. Meanwhile, fans can also track the live scores of the matches on the official social media handles of the two teams and UEFA.
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How to watch UEFA Nations League live in the UK?

UK fans wondering how to watch UEFA Nations League live can tune into Sky Sports football to watch all the matches. Meanwhile, the Belgium vs France live streaming will be available on Now TV. The match will commence live at 7:45 PM BST on October 6.
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How to watch UEFA Nations League live in the US?

Fans in the US wondering how to watch UEFA Nations League live can tune into ESPN 2 or TUDN. As for the Belgium vs France live streaming, fans can watch it on Fubo TV, Sling, DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, or YouTube TV. The streaming services are available on Amazon Fire, Apple and Android devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku. The match will commence live at 2:45 PM ET on October 6.
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Belgium and France will take the stage on Thursday evening at the Allianz Stadium with a trip to the UEFA Nations League final on the line. The Belgian back line will look to contain the French trio of superstar Kylian Mbappe (two goals) Karim Benzema and Antoine Griezmann, while hoping striker Romelu Lukaku can put the France defense under consistent pressure. The winner of this match will advance to take on Spain, which defeated Italy 2-1 in the other semifinal.

How to watch Belgium vs. France (UEFA Nations League Semifinal 2021)

What time does the match start? Can I watch it on TV? – Thursday’s match will start at 2:45 p.m. EST for fans in the U.S. It will air on TV via ESPN2 in English as well as TUDN and UniMas in Spanish.

Live steam options: WatchESPN | Sling | fuboTV – Viewers who have cable can use login credentials from their TV provider to watch via WatchESPN or the ESPN app. Fans who don’t have cable can also watch the game with a la carte streaming options such as Sling or fuboTV, which has a free seven-day trial.

More international soccer coverage via the Associated Press:

MILAN (AP) — Two of the European Championship’s biggest disappointments face each other Thursday in the Nations League semifinal in Turin.

Kylian Mbappé and the France team are looking for redemption in the Nations League, much like its opponent Belgium.

Mbappé was made somewhat of a scapegoat for France’s failure at Euro 2020 after missing the decisive penalty in the shootout in France’s loss to Switzerland in the round of 16.

The 22-year-old forward was criticized by the fans and even his teammates, with Olivier Giroud saying that certain individuals were not passing to him going into France’s opener against Germany.

In a far-reaching interview this week, Mbappé said he was made to feel like a problem for the French national team and that he would have liked more support from his teammates.

However, France coach Didier Deschamps didn’t want to address Mbappé’s concerns with the media.

“Listen, I don’t know what he said, I don’t read those things, it doesn’t interest me,” Deschamps said. “The most important thing is that I saw him, we talked about this and that, like we did long before you heard the interview. … What’s most important for me is the discussions I have internally and directly with the player.