France v England live stream – How to watch Six Nations
England will be looking to get back to winning ways this afternoon after their shock defeat at the hands of Scotland two weeks ago.
And it’s unlikely to be an easy task with the current Six Nations champions heading to the Stade de France to face a French side that have plenty to prove.
The home side have only won one of their three games so far and will be looking to secure another victory.
England are also without captain Dylan Hartley after he was ruled out through injury.
Speaking ahead of the game England head coach Eddie Jones: “After a loss we want a response from the players this week.
“Against France we want to be brutal and aggressive on the gain line and to play with a great tactical discipline.”
So, if you want to watch all the action here’s how to tune in online.
How to watch France v England
BBC One is the place to catch France v England today with coverage set to start at 4pm before kick-off at 4.45pm.
There’s also radio commentary available for those without access to a screen, which can be accessed via the BBC website, as well as apps such as TuneIn Radio.
The BBC Sport website will also be showing live coverage of the game, with live text commentary available too.
The BBC Sport app, available to download for free across Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices, will also carry the live coverage and text commentary.
If you can’t get to a TV, the match will also be shown on the BBC’s iPlayer service.
This allows users to catch up on highlights whenever they want – as well as being available as a mobile app for iOS and Android devices.
BBC iPlayer is available on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, BT Vision, Chromecast, EE TV, FreeSat, Freeview, NOW TV, Nvidia Shield, Roku, Sky HD, Sky Q, Talk Talk TV, Virgin Media and YouView.
Log-in to any of these smart TV or set-top box apps to stream the latest coverage, or catch-up on-demand.
And if your HD TV model is not supported by the above options, you can always stream the coverage from a Chrome web browser window to the big screen using a Google ChromeCast.
It’s worth noting that you’ll need a valid TV Licence if you watch or record live programmes as it is a criminal offence in the UK to watch “live” television without a TV licence.
You’ll also need a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer. This applies to any device you use.