Here’s everything you need to know to stream Croatia vs France live on Wednesday in UEFA Nations League action. It’s a rematch of the 2018 World Cup Final.
- When: Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2:45pm ET
- Where: Stadion Maksimir in Zagreb, Croatia
- Competition: UEFA Nations League
- Streaming Services: ESPN+ and FuboTV
France at Croatia: Preview
France has another big game this week, after making it through a 0-0 draw against Portugal this last weekend. Young midfielder Eduardo Camavinga made an appearance off the bench, and made headlines when he swapped shirts with legendary Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo. Camavinga posted a picture on social media and said he would never wash the shirt, but now that Ronaldo has tested positive for COVID-19, it would be best if the young Frenchman gives it a rinse and just appreciates the jersey for what it meant to receive it.
The game on Wednesday has taken on more importance following the France-Portugal draw and Croatia getting three points against Sweden. Croatia is now only four points back with three games to go, and a win would be as invigorating as a loss would be deflating.
Here’s how France lined up in its last match:
- Lloris; Hernández, Kimpembe, Varane, Pavard; Kanté; Rabiot, Pogba; Griezmann; Giroud, Mbappé
Here’s how Croatia lined up in its last match:
- Livakovic; Melnjak, Caleta-Car, Lovren, Uremovic; Brozovic; Vlasic, Kovacic; Modric; Perisic, Brekalo
According to the BetMGM oddsmakers (as of October 14):
- France, +105 (wager $100 to win $105)
- Croatia, +260
- Draw, +250
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