France vs Denmark live stream: How can I watch Nations League game live on TV in UK today?

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Denmark travel to the Stade de France to take on France in the Nations League tonight.

With Croatia and Austria completing their group as the tournament gets underway, the clash in Paris can be seen as a meeting of the two favourites to qualify for the finals.

The two teams will, in fact, meet at the World Cup later in the year although French boss Didier Deschamps will miss the game following the death of his father.

Guy Stephan will take charge of the world champions, he said ahead of the game: “Denmark are a little underrated, they are 11th in the world rankings ahead of Austria, Germany, Sweden. They're a solid team, with quality players. We'll have a lot to do. But we're ready.”

Here are all the details for tuning in...

Where to watch France vs Denmark

TV channel: The match will be televised on Box Nation on the Premier Sports network, with coverage beginning at 7.35pm BST before a 7.45pm kick-off. A monthly subscription costs from £9.99 in the UK.

Live stream: Premier Sports subscribers will be able to watch the game online via the Premier Player on mobile and tablet devices.

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