– Gabriel Clarke is on TV, which is a highlight.
– Some bad news from the Scotland camp.
– Fabien Galthie shows off his glasses.
– Uruguay president Luis Lacalle Pou will attend the match in Lille tonight.
– Nicolas Freitas believes the president’s presence will boost the team’s morale.
– Portugal skipper was interviewed by Nick Ames.
– Starting lineups are listed for both France and Uruguay.
– Ben O’Keeffe from New Zealand is the referee for the match.
France impressed with their win over New Zealand in the opening game of the tournament. Although this is not a strong All Blacks team, France’s victory shows their potential, especially with home crowd support. With multiple changes to their lineup, France should have no trouble defeating Uruguay. However, they must stay focused to avoid any surprises.
Uruguay enters the match fresh as this is their first game of the competition. Their main goal is to finish third in the group, securing qualification for the next World Cup. However, they are unlikely to shock France.
Kick-off is at 8pm BST.