When is France vs Greece on and what time does it start? France vs Greece will take place on Monday 17th October, 2022 – 19:30 (UK) 2022 Rugby League World Cup France v Greece Live online
France vs Greece – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | 2022 Rugby League World Cup
2022 Rugby League World Cup France v Greece Live stream Association World Cup is going to start, with every one of the 61 matches from across the men’s, ladies’ and wheelchair occasions being communicated on the BBC in Britain.
It will stamp whenever ever the three competitions first have been screened on allowed to-air TV in the UK. Each English, Scottish and Welsh game will be on BBC One or BBC Two, as well as on the BBC iPlayer. 2022 Rugby League World Cup France v Greece Live online.
The primary match of the competition will highlight Shaun Wind down’s Britain side facing Samoa who brag a lot of Penrith stars who have brought home consecutive championships in the NRL. 2022 Rugby League World Cup France v Greece Live
Where is France vs Greece taking place? France vs Greece will take place at Eco-Power Stadium in Doncaster, England
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What channel is France vs Greece on in the UK? France vs Greece will be televised live on BBC in the UK
Where can I stream France vs Greece in the UK? France vs Greece can be streamed live on BBC iPlayer in the UK
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19-man squad: 1 Morgan Escare, 2 Arthur Romano, 3 Samisoni Langi, 4 Matthieu Laguerre, 5 Fouad Yaha, 6 Arthur Mourgue, 7 Tony Gigot, 8 Jordan Dezaria, 9 Alrix Da Costa, 10 Lambert Belmas, 11 Benjamin Jullien, 12 Paul Seguier, 13 Ben Garcia, 14 Eloi Pelissier, 15 Justin Sangare, 17 Mickael Goudemand, 19 Corentin Le Cam, 21 Maxime Puech, 23 Cesar Rouge
19-man squad: 1 Chaise Robinson, 2 Nick Mougious, 3 Terry Constantinou, 4 Sebastian Sell, 5 Johnny Mitsias, 6 Lachlan Ilias, 7 Jordan Meads, 8 Robert Tuliatu, 9 Peter Mamouzelos, 10 Stefanos Bastas, 11 Nikolaos Bosmos, 12 Jake Kambos, 13 Billy Magoulias, 14 Liam Sue-Tin, 15 Siteni Taukamo, 16 Mitchell Zampetides, 17 Theodoros Nianiakas, 18 Aris Dardamanis, 20 Myles Gal
Both France and Greece are expected to find it tough going in Group A and will each view this as their most winnable fixture. For the Greeks, it has been a long journey to reach this point and they will want to impress in what is their maiden Rugby League World Cup contest. France boast a squad with a host of Super League experience and while they will be without the influential Theo Fages in the halves, they still have enough talent to come out on top in this contest.