The World Cup 2018 final is not far off, with only four teams left fighting for the trophy. France take on Belgium in the first semi-final, in what should be one of the most memorable games of the tournament.
So when is the match on TV? And on what channel? Read on for the time, date, venue and more…
When do France play Belgium in the World Cup semi-finals?
France will take on Belgium on Tuesday 10th July, at the Saint Petersburg Stadium.
What time is kick-off?
Play starts at 7pm BST.
What channel is it on?
France v Belgium will air on BBC1 with coverage starting at 6.30pm.
How did France and Belgium get to the semi-finals?
France didn’t have the most explosive start to the tournament, scraping wins against Australia and Peru and registering a 0-0 draw with Denmark in their final group game. However, France burst into life with a dynamic and creative performance in their Last 16 tie with Argentina, seeing them come out top in a 4-3 thriller. Finally, they earned their way into the semis with a 2-0 victory over Uruguay in a (very scrappy) quarter-final.
After topping group G (beating England along the way), the side were expected to cruise past Japan in their last-16 fixture but instead found themselves 2-0 down in the second half. Fortunately, a spectacular comeback and 94th-minute goal from Nacer Chadli saw the side through the quarter-finals. It’s here they faced tournament favourites Brazil, beating the side 2-1.
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