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France vs Honduras, World Cup Open Thread

france honduras France vs Honduras, World Cup Open Thread

For viewers in the United States, here’s where you can watch the game between France against Honduras (3pm ET/Noon PT kickoff time).

• English language: ABC and Watch ABC
• Spanish language: Univision, Univision Deportes Network and Univision online
• Portuguese language: ESPN Deportes

Starting line-ups:

France starting XI: Lloris; Debuchy, Varane, Sakho, Evra; Pogba, Cabaye, Matuidi; Griezmann, Benzema, Valbuena

Honduras starting XI: Valladares; Izaguirre, Figueroa, Bernardez, Beckeles; Palacios, Garrido, Espinoza, Chavez; Bengtson

Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)

SEE MORE — Everything you need to know about the World Cup.

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14 Responses to France vs Honduras, World Cup Open Thread

  1. jtm371 says:

    France 3 or more to nil sorry Honduras.

  2. jtm371 says:

    Palacios is a hack what a drama queen. Twice the stretcher comes for him but some how he is able to continue. He is way past his expiration date.

  3. UVM Fan says:

    No current or ex arsenal player in the french starting lineup. Sagna should be in the starting line up for France. Physical game so far.

    • Grayson says:

      Debuchy is no hack. Sagna is solid, but Debuchy has been in better form for the national team in the past few years.

  4. Brian says:

    We all wanted goal-line technology and even that seems questionable, at least according to Kasey Keller. Interesting.

    • R.O says:

      Yeah and there’s a society who still believe the planet (earth) is flat.

    • Grayson says:

      I think it worked. When the goalie first touched it back, it was over the line for a millisecond when it was in the air, when he swatted it back down he touched it forward and it hit the back part of the line, but the ball was heading forward, which meant that the ball was farther back when he touched it for the second time. It was close, but over the line. Technology work IMO, but that’s as close as it can get.

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