Without a single defeat in FIFA World Cup 2014, France & Germany have qualified for the quarter finals. Both teams will now face each other in next round at Brazil’s biggest football stadium Estadio Maracana on 4th of July. Here is the match preview with time & TV telecast channels of France vs Germany upcoming match of football world cup quarter final round. Winner of this match will face winner of Argentina vs Belgium match winner.
France vs Germany Schedule
You can watch this upcoming match on your TV telecast channels Sony SIX, ZDF, Gol television etc. Check out the complete list of telecast channels in other nations is given below.
France: TF1, beIN Sports
Germany: ARD, ZDF
USA: ESPN Deportes, Univision Deportes
Brazil: Rede Globo, Fix Sports, ESPN, Band Sports
Singapore: Mediacorp, Singtel
Canada: CBC, Sportsnet, TVA, Eastlink TV
Croatia: HRT 2, ZDF
Norway: NRK, TV2
UK: ITV 1, ITV Player
Spain: Mediaset Espana, Gol Television
Argentina: TV Publica digital, DirecTV
Belgium: VRT, RTBF
Brazil: Rede Globo, ESPN, Fox Sports
France vs Germany Preview & Possible Line Ups
France: Hugo Lloris, M. Sakho, Raphael Varane, B. Sagna, Patric Evra, Y. Cabaye, B. Matuidi, Paul Pogba, M. Valbuena, A. Griezmann, Karim Benzema.
The eagles have qualified for semi finals of last 3 World Cup competition & they are again favorite of qualifying for next round. If Germany wins this match, they’ll become first to qualify for Semi finals 4th time is a row.
In last 25 head to head matches, France won 11 games & Germany won 8 matches & 6 were draws. Les Blues scored 41 goals in previous all meetings, while DFB eleven scored 42 goals. Get full details here: Germany vs France H2H
Miroslav Klose is just one goal away to set a new record of scoring maximum number of goals in this competition. he scored 15 goals in World Cup which is equal to that of Brazilian Roanldo. Klose is also the top goal scorer of Germany for scoring 70 goals in 134 international matches.
The Juventus star Paul Pogba’s goal in the 79th minute followed Nigeria’s best spell of the match and came soon after France captain & goalie Hugo Lloris had made a crucial save to deny Peter Odemwingie.