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where to watch the round of 16 between France and Poland?

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06:00, December 04, 2022

The France team is playing its round of 16 against Poland in this 2022 World Cup this Sunday at 4 p.m. Here is all the practical information around this meeting with Europe 1, the official radio of the competition.

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Didier Deschamps’ troupe gets to the heart of the matter this Sunday in Doha. Opposed to Poland, in the round of 16 of this 2022 World Cup, the Blues will want to do better than at Euro 2020 where they stopped at this stage of the competition after their setback against Switzerland. Indispensable, in any case, to hope to retain the title of world champion gleaned four years ago in Russia.

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The match will be played this Sunday at 4 p.m. at Al-Thumama Stadium in Doha. An enclosure of just over 40,000 seats which has still not welcomed the Blues during this World Cup. To watch this round of 16, you will have to connect to TF1 or beIN Sports 1. The Qatari channel also broadcasts all 64 matches in the competition. This France-Poland will also be commented live and in full on Europe 1, the official radio of the competition, and will be followed by the debrief in Europe 1 Sport from 7:15 p.m.

Watch out for Robert Lewandowski

Against Poland, the Blues have the opportunity to reach the quarter-finals of a World Cup for the third consecutive time. On paper, the men of Didier Deschamps appear as the great favorites of this confrontation. However, they will need beware of the Polish striker, Robert Lewandowski, one of the very best center forwards on the planet.

The hopes of the Blues will again rest largely on Kylian Mbappé, who has already scored three goals in this World Cup. He thus became the second best French director in the most prestigious of competitions with seven goals in total. Stopping the devastating accelerations of the Parisian striker represents a major challenge for the Polish defense which will have its work cut out against the offensive power of the reigning world champions.

Source: Europe1

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