New Zealand vs France

The All Blacks officially launch their Spring Tour with what should be a high-quality match against France in Paris. This is The ultimate guide New Zealand vs France  live streaming the match online and watching it on TV. The match is scheduled to kick-off at 6:45am (AEDT) on Sunday, November 12 at Stade de France in Paris.

New Zealand vs France Live Stream

New Zealand vs France Live

While New Zealand officially kicked off things last week with a warm-up game against the Barbarians in London, this is the real start of their European tour, with Test matches to come against France, Scotland and Wales.

They needed to come from behind to beat the Barbarians, so will need to put in an improved performance against the French this weekend.

How to watch the match on TV

The match will be broadcast exclusively in Australia on BeIN Sports 3. It can be found on Foxtel at Channel 515 for standard definition or 282 for high definition coverage.

Because of the Wallabies and Wales game before it, there will only be a short build-up to the All Blacks and France. The broadcast will start at 6:30am (AEDT), although some of that is likely to include the post-game to the Australian match.

Full Live Action: New Zealand vs France

The All Blacks have struggled through a tough second half to beat France 38-18 in Paris this morning (NZ time).The All Blacks led 31-5 at halftime but a sloppy second stanza – and a strong, scrappy performance from the French – saw the home side give the world champions a fright.The All Blacks scored their final try just before fulltime to blow out the final scoreline.

France are paying $6.60 for a victory at the New Zealand TAB with the All Blacks heavy favourites at $1.10. The draw is $33.

France have played the All Blacks 57 times, and have won just 12 of those games along with one draw.

Kieran Read is the only member of the All Blacks squad to experience a defeat to France. The All Blacks skipper was the starting blindside flanker in his fourth test in that Dunedin loss.

Mathieu Bastareaud, Francois Trinh-Duc, Louis Picamoles and Fulgence Ouedraogo all started for France that day.

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