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World Cup 2014 live streaming: How to watch France vs. Nigeria online

Won't be near a TV when Nigeria take on France? We can help you find the game streaming online.

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France 2, Nigeria 0: Les Bleus book their place in the quarterfinals
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France might be the favorites to win the World Cup with Brazil looking shaky and a handful of other European powers out, but they're facing a stiff test in Nigeria on Monday (12 p.m. ET, ESPN).

Nigeria had a bit of a tough time at the Confederations Cup last year, but they managed to get out of a group with a very solid Bosnia and Herzegovina side despite a number of injury problems. Some of those fitness issues carry over into this match, so they'll need their stars to be spectacular to spring an upset.

Les Bleus are at full health after resting a number of their starters in their final group stage game against Ecuador, and they'll expect to defeat Nigeria to move on to face either Germany or Algeria -- the latter of which has as many fans in Paris as the French team.

Live in the USA? You have multiple options for catching the game live online. If you want to watch the match in English, Watch ESPN is where you should head, assuming you get access to the service from your internet or TV provider. That service also features Portuguese audio and a tactical camera. Don't get access to Watch ESPN, or just prefer to watch in Spanish? Then you can head over to Univision En Vivo.

You can find the match on CBC Sports streaming in Canada and the BBC Player in the UK. There are listings available for other countries as well at Live Soccer TV.