France and Australia lock horns on Tuesday night in a repeat of the opening group game played at the 2018 World Cup.
Didier Deschamps' side were not only victorious on that particular day - courtesy of the first VAR awarded penalty in World Cup history - but they went on to win the tournament, playing some sensational stuff along the way.
Expectations have been tempered a little ahead of this tournament, with injuries to key midfield personnel a blow, but Les Blues will still fancy their chances of overcoming Australia, who are without a win at the World Cup since 2010.
Here's how to watch their Group D game on TV and live streaming channels.
Where are France vs Australia playing?
- Location: Al Wakrah, Qatar
- Stadium: Al Janoub Stadium
- Date: Tuesday 22 November
- Kick-off Time: 19:00 GMT / 14:00 ET / 11:00 PT
What TV channel is France vs Australia on?
Where can you watch France vs Australia on TV in the UK?
- BBC One
- BBC iPlayer
Where can you watch France vs Australia on TV in the United States and Canada?
- FOX (US)
- Telemundo (US)
- fuboTV (US)
- DirecTV Stream (US)
- Peacock Premium (US)
- Vidgo (US)
- Sling Blue (US)
- CTV (Canada)
- TSN (Canada)
Where can you watch France vs Australia highlights?
- FIFA YouTube Channel (Worldwide)