France vs. Bulgaria Live Stream: How to Watch World Cup Qualifier Online

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For as good as France has been during World Cup qualifying, there is still work to be done before Les Bleus officially book a spot in Russia, starting with a crucial matchup at Bulgaria on Saturday.

For viewers in the United States, the match is scheduled to start at 2:45 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on Fox Sports 2. If you don’t have cable, you can watch a live stream via a free trial of one of the following cable-free, live-TV services:

Fubo TV: “Fubo Premier” includes FS2 and is the best package channel package for watching as many World Cup qualifiers as possible. You can click here to sign up and start your free trial. You can watch on your computer via your browser, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Fubo app.

DirecTV Now: The “Go Big” Or “Gotta Have It” packages include FS2. You can click here to sign up and start your free trial. You can watch on your computer via your browser, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the DirecTV Now app

Sling TV: “Sling Blue” includes FS2. You can click here to sign up and start your free trial. You can watch on your computer via your browser, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app

Each of these options includes a free trial, so you can watch the match at no cost.


UEFA Group A World Cup Qualifying Table

Pos Team W-D-L GD Pts
1 France 5-2-1 +10 17
2 Sweden 5-1-2 +11 16
3 Netherlands 4-1-3 +5 13
4 Bulgaria 4-0-4 -4 12
5 Luxembourg 1-2-5 -10 5
6 Belarus 1-2-5 -12 5

France made easy work of Bulgaria when these teams met last October. Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Payet scored, while Kevin Gameiro added a brace in the 4-1 romp.

But things figure to be a bit more difficult with this one taking place at Vasil Levski National Stadium. Bulgaria has yet to drop a point at home this qualifying round, beating Luxembourg (4-3), Belarus (1-0), Netherlands (2-0) and Sweden (3-2).

With lowly Belarus remaining as France’s final fixture, a win on Saturday would all but assure them a spot atop the group and qualification into the World Cup. However, with Sweden looking like they’ll grab three points against Luxembourg on Saturday, even a draw for France would leave them potentially having to play in the second-round playoff.

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