Watch France vs Australia Wallabies Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Stade de France, Saint-Denis,Saturday 15 November 2014 online, Time 21:00 CET and its broadcast on Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.
France hosts Australia at Stade de France on Sunday, November 16. The match kicks off at 7.00am (AEDT).
What: France v Australia
When: Sunday, November 16 – 7:00am (AEDT)
Where: Stade de France
I can view it on: Fox Sports
What did they do last time?
France blew out the cobwebs with a 40-15 thumping of Fiji to snap a four-Test losing streak that included a 3-0 series loss to Australia in June.
The Wallabies made a winning start in Michael Cheika’s first official Test match in charge, edging Wales 33-28 in Cardiff.
Things you need to know
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has made one change to his starting line-up, with former skipper James Horwill replacing Sam Carter at lock. Cheika will finalise his bench later in the week.
Back-rower Scott Higginbotham could return from a hamstring injury suffered against the Barbarians.
There were some positive signs against Wales but their defence remains a major issue and the scrum wilted under pressure from Wales late in the game.
Cheika’s charges will face Ireland and England in the final two weeks of their Spring tour.
Reason to watch
You never know what you’re going to get with the French and you’ll normally see a bit of everything in the same game. You can usually count on at least one punch being thrown, some other act of thuggery, a scintillating try and a howler of a mistake from a Les Bleus player – and that’s before half-time.
Reason to turn away
If there’s less than 10 minutes to go, the game is close and France have a 5m attacking scrum.
“I was here in 2012 and we got absolutely ambushed there, we were well and truly beaten around the park. That wasn’t a very pleasant experience, it shocked us a little bit. It was the first game of our spring tour that year and we managed to do quite well in the other four games. They’re phenomenal at home … they’ll throw a lot at us,” – Wallabies scrumhalf Nick Phipps.
“We have to take triple revenge,” – France coach Saint Andre said in reference to Les Bleus’ 3-0 series loss in Australia in June.
France squad: Xavier Chiocci, Alexandre Menini, Benjamin Kayser, Guilhem Guirado, Nicolas Mas, Uini Atonio, Alexandre Flanquart, Yoann Maestri, Pascal Pap, Sbastien Vahaamahina, Damien Chouly, Thierry Dusautoir, Bernard Le Roux, Virgile Bruni, Charles Ollivon, Yannick Nyanga, Rory Kockott, Sbastien Tillous-Borde, Rmi Tales, Camille Lopez, Pierre Bernard, Mathieu Bastareaud, Wesley Fofana, Maxime Mermoz, Alexandre Dumoulin, Teddy Thomas, Maxime Mdard, Benjamin Fall, Scott Spedding, Yoann Huget.
Wallabies: Israel Folau, Adam Ashley-Cooper, Tevita Kuridrani, Christian Leali’ifano, Joe Tomane, Bernard Foley, Nick Phipps; Ben McCalman, Michael Hooper (capt), Sean McMahon, Rob Simmons, James Horwill, Sekope Kepu, Saia Fainga’a, James Slipper. Reserves yet to be named.