The 52nd match in the FIFA World Cup 2014 between France and Nigeria is set to kickoff at 09:30PM IST. You can watch the match live on Sony Six TV channel, but if you are away from the telly, you can watch the watch the live streaming of France vs Nigeria at livsports.in. If you are based in the US, you can watch the match on Espn.go.com. Also Read - Watch Germany vs Argentina live streaming and telecast on Sony Six TV: FIFA World Cup 2014 live on your mobileAlso Read - Watch Brazil vs Netherlands live streaming and telecast on Sony Six TV: FIFA World Cup 2014 live on your mobile
France has been in staggering form this tournament scoring goals at will and look like they could go all the way. The team is likely to welcome back Yohan Cabaye, who missed the previous match through suspension. Coach Didier Deschamps has some injury concerns at the back with Laurent Koscielny recovering from an Achilles tendon injury. He is likely to be replaced by Eliaquim Mangala, who will start alongside Raphael Varane. Also Read - World Cup boosts TV sales in football-mad Southeast Asia
Nigeria has its set of injury concerns too with winger Victor Moses still not match fit, and midfielder Michael Babatunde is out with a broken wrist. Coach Stephen Keshi will look at Peter Odemwingie, Emmanuel Emenike and Ahmed Musa to lead the attack as the African nation tries to get through to the quarter-finals for the first time ever.
You can watch the live streaming of France vs Nigeria match in India here, as for viewers in USA, you can watch the match here. Alternatively, here are 10 apps that will help you keep a track of the World Cup 2014.