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Italy Vs France Friendly International EDT, CDT, MDT, PDT (USA Time), Live Stream and TV telecast

Friendly International EDT, CDT, MDT, PDT (USA Time), Live Stream and TV telecast: The Italian football national team will face French national team on Thursday, September 1st in an international friendly fixture at Stadio Comunale San Nicola.


Friendly International EDT, CDT, MDT, PDT USA Time and Live Stream

Match: Italy Vs France (Friendly International)
Date: September 1st, 2016;  15:00 EDT, 14:00 CDT, 13:00 MDT, 12:00 PDT (USA viewers)
Venue: Stadio San Nicola, Bari
Italy Vs France TV Details: ESPN (USA viewers), BT sports (UK), Sky Sports
Italy Vs France Live Commentary: talksport, tunein radio, flashscore
Italy Vs France Live stream: click here or here to watch this match live

The Italian national team have a new head coach Giampiero Ventura, who was appointed as the replacement for the former Boss Antonio Conte. Italy left the Euro Championship competitions after 5 games, losing out in the quarter-finals to Germany in a penalty shootout. The Italians recorded 3 victories during the tournament, they also kept 3 clean sheets. Moreover, the Italians lost 2 games, whereas they conceded only 2 goals in the EURO 2016.

Meanwhile, The French side were ridiculously unfortunate in the Euro Championship, losing the tournament to Portugal on their home ground. France were among the best teams in the tournament, with 5 wins, a draw and a defeat in the final. The host held on till 109th minute in the Extra time before Portuguese substitute striker Eder netted a goal and broke their hearts. They now hope for a victory against Italy as they prepare for FIFA World Cup qualifiers starting fixture against Belarus.

Italy Vs France: Head-to-Head Stats

Both teams have a rich competitive history among them, as they have played 37 games against each other. Italy have won 19 games against France, while the French side have won 10 games.

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Maxim Mikhaylov born in Russian Federation. He Studied at Saratov State University at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technologies. Earned a master degree in 2012. He worked as a journalist for 5 years before joining Footballwood. Maxim worked on a wide variety of news and entertainment stories. He loves writing about football matches, events and most popular superstars like Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, and others. Maxim is football addicted and he’s totally enjoining that lifestyle. He is a regular player of FC “Zarya” on position of striker. His another hobby is professional commenting of football matches on the local radio. Maxim likes to spend his free time with own family and close friends. Working on Footballwood, he is following top five European leagues and major Asian and North American tournaments. He is responsible for match previews, important football news and match reviews of the major leagues. Contact Maxim Mikhaylov on personal e-mail: [email protected]

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