FRANCE - IRELAND. Fifth match of the Euro 2024 qualifiers for the French team which receives Ireland at the Parc des Princes. TV broadcasting, composition... Find out all the information on this meeting of the Blues.
This Thursday, the France team makes its comeback with a new meeting counting for the qualifiers for Euro 2024 against Ireland. If Didier Deschamps saw his defensive sector marked by numerous unavailability like Ibrahima Konaté (replaced by Niçois Jean-Clair Todibo), Wesley Fofana and Benoît Badiashile, Randal Kolo Muani is also uncertain for this meeting, he who is still nursing a sprain in his the right ankle. With Ousmane Dembélé and Kylian Mbappé, the attacker finds his friends from Paris Saint-Germain. If they have not yet played together with the club of the capital, Didier Deschamps did not fail to underline in a press conference the chance he has to have three attackers who rub shoulders in selection and in club: "It's not something negative. The fact of rubbing shoulders in training will improve their relationship, to have more important benchmarks, automatisms. Afterwards they can play in a different way in club and in selection."
On the Irish side, Stephen Kenny is still aiming to qualify for Euro 2024. Second in Group B, tied on points with the Netherlands, Ireland will have to do without several executives to try to create the feat against the Blues: Evan Ferguson (knee), Seamus Coleman (knee), Michael Obafemi (hamstring) and Matt Doherty (suspended). Major absences which could complicate the meeting and modify the ambitions of the Men in Green. With the start of the Rugby World Cup and the inaugural match of the French XV against New Zealand at the Stade de France, Antoine Griezmann and his teammates will play the match against Ireland at the Parc des Princes, a stadium that the Bleus last saw in November 2021 against Kazakhstan where Kylian Mbappé scored a quadruple.
The 2024 European Championship qualifier match between France and Ireland is scheduled to kick off on Friday September 7 at 8:45 p.m. at the Parc des Princes in Paris (France). The Swiss Urs Schnyder will be responsible for refereeing the match.
Holder of the TV rights to the French football team matches, TF1 will broadcast the poster between the Blues and the Irish.
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France: Maignan (G) - Koundé - Saliba - Upamecano - T. Hernandez - Rabiot - Camavinga - Coman - Griezmann - Mbappé - Giroud.
Irlande : Bazunu (G) - O'Shea - Egan - Collins - Ebosele - Cullen - Molumby - Browne - Manning - Ogbene - Idah.