France vs Switzerland FREE: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off, team news for Euro 2020 Last 16 clash

FRANCE go into their last-16 tie against their neighbours just over the Alps as heavy favourites.

Didier Deschamps' side showed they are still one of the tournament favourites in the group stages, even if the results did not go all their own way.

But they face a mounting injury crisis within their squad.

Now in their last-16 tie, the world champions will be looking to start stepping their performances up a notch against a Swiss side that were bashed 3-0 by Italy in the group stages.

When is France vs Switzerland?

  • France vs Switzerland is on Monday, June 28.
  • The match kicks off at 8pm in the UK.
  • The Euro 2020 last-16 tie takes place at Arena Nacionala in Bucharest, Romania.

What TV channel is France vs Switzerland on and can I live stream it?

  • France vs Switzerland is being broadcast on ITV 1.
  • Coverage starts at 7.15pm and runs till 10.20pm.
  • The game will be live streamed on the ITV Hub.
  • You can watch for free with a valid TV licence.

What is the team news?

Didier Deschamps is facing a minor injury crisis as his side look to do the World Cup-Euros double for the second time in 23 years.

Left back Lucas Hernandez remains a doubt with a knee problem after hobbling off during the Portugal draw.

Everton’s Lucas Digne came on to replace Hernandez, but pulled his hamstring within moments of coming on in the final group stage game.

Adrien Rabiot then came on to replace Digne, but the midfielder is not 100 per cent fit either.

Thomas Lemar and Ousmane Dembele have also left the France squad looking threadbare, with the latter ruled out of the tournament needing to undergo surgery on his knee.

Switzerland look to have a clean bill of health going into the last-16 tie.

What are the Euro 2020 Last fixtures?

Saturday, June 26

  • Wales v Denmark – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 5pm
  • Italy v Austria – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 8pm

Sunday, June 27

  • Netherlands v Czech Republic – ITV1/ITV Hub, 5pm
  • Belgium v Portugal – ITV1/ITV Hub, 8pm

Monday, June 28

  • Croatia v Spain – ITV1/ITV Hub, 5pm
  • France v Switzerland – ITV1/ITV Hub, 8pm

Tuesday, June 29

  • England v Germany – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 5pm
  • Ukraine v Sweden – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 8pm

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