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Denmark vs. France live stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch World Cup 2018 online

Denmark looks to secure spot in Round of 16 while France works to lead Group C.

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Denmark v Australia: Group C - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

France and Denmark will face off Tuesday in their final Group C match at the 2018 World Cup. Kickoff is set for 10 a.m. ET at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, Russia, and you can watch the game on FOX and Telemundo. Online streaming is also available in English through FOX here or in Spanish through Telemundo here.

France has booked a spot in the round of 16, and will win the group outright with a win or draw.

Denmark still has work to do, but can win the group with a win or advance as runner-up with a draw. Again, Denmark will look to Christian Eriksen to be a key force in attack as they try to advance. Denmark can potentially even advance with a loss if Australia does not defeat Peru in a game being played simultaneously.

Denmark vs. France Time, TV channel, and streaming info

Time: 10 a.m. ET

Location: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia

TV: FOX (English), Telemundo (Spanish)

Streaming: Watch the game on Fox Sports Go (English) and Telemundo Deportes en vivo (Spanish) for free if you sign in with your TV provider. It’s also on subscription services like Fubo and Hulu.

Odds: France -0.75 (Full odds at OddsShark)

For listings from more countries, check out Live Soccer TV.

Denmark vs. France news to read before kickoff

4 quick thoughts on Christian Eriksen’s goal against Australia, which was art

There have been some absolutely beautiful goals in this World Cup, from Aleksandar Kolarov’s free kick screamer to Kevin De Bruyne setting up Romelu Lukaku with the pass of the tournament to just about everything Cristiano Ronaldo has done. But right up there in terms of beauty is this goal from Christian Eriksen and Denmark, which is giving me chills even now watching it back for the 12th time.

France manager Didier Deschamps is robbing us of what should be the World Cup’s best team

No team at the World Cup has more pure entertainers than France. And yet, for fans who want nothing more than to be entertained, watching Les Bleus is an exercise in frustration. France beat Peru, 1-0, on Thursday, but their performance was mostly flat, and that was down to the lineup selected.