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Netherlands Vs France FIFA World Cup 2018 Qualification IST (Indian Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), GMT+0, Match Preview Live Stream and TV telecast

FIFA World Cup 2018 Qualification IST (Indian Time), EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), GMT+0, Match Preview Live Stream and TV telecast: We have a heavyweight battle on our hands as Netherlands and France encounter on Monday, October 10th.

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FIFA World Cup 2018 – Qualification EDT (USA Time), BST (British Time), IST (Indian Time), GMT+0 and Live Stream

Match: Netherlands Vs France (World Cup 2018 Qualifying)
Date: October 10th, 2016;  14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 18:45 GMT+0, 0:15 IST (October 10th)
Venue: Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Netherlands Vs France TV Details: (Indian viewers); fFox Sports GO, Fox Soccer 2GO USA, Fox Deportes, Fox Sports 1 USA (USA viewers); ITV 4 UK (UK viewers)
Netherlands Vs France Live Commentary: talksport, tunein radio, flashscore
Netherlands Vs France Live stream: click here to watch this match live

Netherlands managed to escape a confusion on Friday night when they hosted Belarus side in their second World Cup qualifying fixture. They have been known to slip up at these sorts of obstacles, which is the main reason they missed out on French Euro 2016 after finishing 4th in their group. However, they made no such mistakes of Friday as a first half Quincy Promes brace set them well on their way to a 4-1 win. This match was preceded by a boring 1-1 draw at Sweden back in September and it puts them in fairly good stead for qualifying.

Meanwhile, France defeated Bulgaria 4-1 at home soil as Kevin Gameiro scored twice and Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann bagged a goal apiece. This puts them level on points at the top with Netherlands after France’s own disappointing stalemate at Belarus in September. However, they did beat Italy 3-1 in a friendly fixture building up to that though and looked like a team to be feared for much of Euro 2016. France’s win over Bulgaria made it 14 matches without a loss in normal time for them, although the extra time defeat to Portugal in the Euro 2016 Final will still be pain in the French heart. They have won 11 of these 14 fixtures too and have won four of their last six away mathces.

Netherlands Vs France: Head-to-Head Stats

France have won three, drawn one, and lost two of their last six games against Netherlands.

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