ENGLAND host champions France in massive Six Nations clash.
Steve Borthwick’s side takes on last year’s Grand Slam winners France at Twickenham in the fourth round of this year’s Six Nations fixtures.
England will be hoping to get revenge on France after last year’s 25-13 defeat.
Neither England nor France are favourites for this year’s Six Nations crown.
The two sides are both currently on ten points, with Ireland leading the standings with fifteen points and hoping to complete the Grand Slam with two to play.
England will be hoping to extend their current 18-year unbeaten home record against France.
When is England vs France?
- England vs France is TODAY, Saturday, March 11.
- Kick-off will be at 4:45pm UK time.
- Twickenham will play host.
What channel is England vs France on?
- England vs France will be shown LIVE on ITV1.
- Coverage will get underway from 4:15pm UK time.
- Commentary will be from Nick Mullins, Lawrence Dallaglio and Ben Kay.
Can I watch England vs France FREE?
- Yes, you can stream all the action live via the free ITVX app or website.
- Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all the action at Twickenham by following our SunSport live blog.
What is the latest team news?
For England, Marcus Smith has been recalled to the team for the game against France, while Owen Farrell has been dropped to the bench.
Courtney Lawes misses Le Crunch due to injury.
Backs: Steward; Malins, Slade, Lawrence, Watson; Smith, Van Poortvliet.
Forwards: Genge (capt), George, Sinckler, Itoje, Chessum, Ludlam, Willis, Dombrandt.
Replacements: Walker, M Vunipola, Cole, Ribbans, B Curry, Mitchell, Farrell, Arundell.
Backs: Ramos, Penaud, Fickou, Danty, Dumortier, Ntamack, Dupont.
Forwards: Baille, Marchand, Aldegheri, Flament, Willemse, Cros, Ollivon, Alldritt.
Replacements: Mauvaka, Wardi, Falatea, Taofifuenua, Macalou, Lucu, Moefana, Jaminet.
Fabien Galthie will be without flanker Anthony Jelonch after he suffered a severe knee injury against Scotland last time out.
Les Bleus will also be without forwards Uini Atonio and Mogamed Haouras, as they are both suspended for the trip to Twickenham.
Haouas became the first player to be sent off twice in the Six Nations following a headbutt on Ben White in France’s triumph over Scotland in round three.
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