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[WATCH.LIVE] Morocco vs France Live Free Broadcast On TV Channel 08 August 2023


Where to watch France vs Morocco live stream, TV channel, lineups, odds for Women's World Cup match. With a place in the 2023 Women's World Cup quarterfinals at stake, France and Morocco meet at 7:00 AM ET on Tuesday, August 8. France enter the match on the back of finishing second in Group F, while Morocco was the runner-up in Group H.


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The final match of the World Cup Round of 16 will see Group F winners France go up against the surprise runners up of Group H Morocco in Adelaide.


France overcame a slow start when they drew 0-0 with Jamaica to claim a valuable 2-1 win over Brazil, before recovering from an early wonder goal by Panama's Marta Cox to defeat the newcomers 6-3 to secure top spot.


You would have been a brave person to predict Morocco's progression to the knockout rounds after their opening match at the World Cup, where they were humbled 6-0 by Germany.


But the first ever Arab side to compete at the Women's World Cup didn't let the game define them, as they roared back to life to defeat South Korea 1-0, before a first-half stoppage-time goal in their match over Colombia saw them win 1-0 and shockingly eliminate Germany.


Where to watch France vs Morocco


The France vs Morocco World Cup match will be available to watch live around the world, with both TV and live stream options available.


What time is France vs Morocco?


France's Round of 16 match against Morocco will begin at 8:30 p.m. local time at Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide.


Date: Tuesday, August 8

Time: 8:30 p.m. ACST (7:00 a.m. ET)


France's preparation into the lead up of the tournament were disrupted by a change in manager and injuries to key players, but new coach Herve Renard has done well to steady the ship and get them to the top of a difficult group.


He has opted for different formation in each match, using a 4-4-2 against Jamaica, a 4-3-3 against Brazil and switching to a 4-4-1-1 against Panama.


Star striker Eugenie Le Sommer started the opening two matches, scoring against Brazil, but was rested for the final game against Panama, with Kadidatou Diani shifting to the number nine spot and scoring a hat trick.


Renard has rotated more than most during the group stages, opting for three different centre-back combinations, two of which featured captain Wendie Renard; she will return to the lineup and most likely be accompanied by Estelle Cacasrino.


France projected starting lineup (4-3-3): Peyraud-Magnin (GK): — Perriset, Cascarino, Renard, Karchaoui — Geyoro, Toletti, Le Garrec — Diani, Le Sommer, Bacha


Morocco have stayed true with a solid 4-4-2 formation throughout the tournament, which has seen them keep two clean sheets in the aftermath of their heavy first up defeat to Germany.


Nouhaila Benzina's debut against South Korea was a notable moment in World Cup history, as it marked the first time a player had played in the tournament wearing a hijab, and her performances were impressive enough to keep her in the side for the clash over Colombia.


The experienced Ibtissam Jraidi will start up front, and will be given the crucial task of converting any opportunities that will fall Morocco's way, as they will spend much of this match defending and trying to halt a Les Bleues onslaught.


Morocco projected starting lineup (4-4-2): Er-Rmichi (GK): — Haj, Chad, Benzina, Redouani — Ouzraoui, Nakkach, Chebbak, Tagnaout — Lahmari, Jraidi


France and Morocco meet for a place in the FIFA 2023 Women's World Cup quarterfinals in Adelaide on Tuesday. As the men did back in 2022 in Qatar at the semifinal stage, Les Bleues and the Lionesses of Atlas are up against each other again in a fixture which needs little introduction to either set of fans.


The French route to this clash at Hindmarsh Stadium saw them top Group F with seven points while the Moroccans reach the knockouts by edging out Germany for second spot in Group H despite a 6-0 opening day thrashing by DFB Frauen.


Herve Renard's side have stepped things up since their opening goalless draw with Jamaica thanks to a 2-1 win over Brazil and a 6-3 thriller against Panama to top Group F. Kadidiatou Diani's hat trick as well as Maelle Lakrar, Lea Le Garrec and Vicki Becho goals saw Les Bleues through despite a leaky defensive showing. Last year's Euro semifinalists are looking to go deep once again and they can reach the quarterfinals of a fourth straight World Cup here. Having lost just once in their last 11 internationals, the French are strong favorites.


A 6-0 thumping at the hands of Germany suggested that this could be a tough tournament for former France international Reynald Pedros and his side. However, the Lionesses of Atlas have since improved with narrow wins over both South Korea and Group H winners Colombia to advance in second ahead of the Germans and Koreans. What is now already a memorable tournament showing could get even better if Morocco were to eliminate France who are the best part of 100 places above their opponents in the FIFA World rankings.


Captain Wendie Renard and all-time leading scorer Eugenie Le Sommer were rested against Panama and should return to the starting XI. Herve Renard also kept Sakina Karchaoui, Sandie Toletti and Kenza Dali fresh against Las Canaleras, with all three on yellow cards. Maelle Lakrar has been ever-present so far but is nursing a thigh issue so could yet miss out here.


Pedros may well go for the same XI that beat Colombia. Nesrryne El Chad and Nouhaila Ben Zina should form the defense while Hanane Ait El Haj and Zineb Redouani provide width at the back. Ibtissam Jraidi and Lahmari have both scored Down Under, and will hope to build on those goals against a French defense which has conceded four times across two of three games so far.


This one should be tight for large parts and keenly contested. Herve Renard's side should have the quality to pull away by the end, but Raynald Pedro's team have shown incredible character since the opening day and will look to give Les Bleues a thorough test. Pick: France 3, Morocco 1.


Les Bleues are aiming for their fourth consecutive World Cup quarterfinal berth. They were knocked out in the final eight of the last two tournaments.


France looked like it was going to face Germany as the Group F winner in the matchup with the Group H runner-up, but that changed on the chaotic final matchday in Group H.


Morocco pulled off a victory over Colombia, its second of the tournament, and Germany failed to beat South Korea. Those results put Morocco into the knockout round for the first time in its World Cup history.


France is viewed as a heavy favorite to move on and set up a clash with co-host Australia. A Morocco win would go down as one of the most stunning results in a tournament that has had its share of shocking moments.

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