FRANCE face the United States as they look to make it two wins out of two at this Rugby World Cup.
The French are well placed to qualify for the quarter-finals after winning an epic opener against group rivals Argentina.
Their opponents opened with a 45-7 loss to England and will have their sights set on finishing above Tonga and avoiding the wooden spoon.
When is France vs USA?
France vs USA takes place on Wednesday, October 2.
The match kicks off at 8.45am – 9.45am in France and 3.45am Eastern time.
It takes place at Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium, Fukuoka.
What TV channel is France vs USA on and can I live stream it?
The Rugby World Cup is live on ITV in the UK.
This match will be shown live on ITV4, with coverage commencing half an hour before kick-off at 8.15am.
To stream the game live, head to the ITV Hub or create an account with TV Player.
NBC Universal is the Rugby World Cup broadcaster in the United States while TF1 have the rights in France.
How do I watch France vs USA for free?
ITV, the ITV Hub and TV Player are free for all UK viewers.
But whichever option you choose, you will need a TV licence.
TF1 is free for all viewers in France.
France: Ramos; Raka, Guitoune, Fickou, Huget; Lopez, Machenaud; Baille, Chat, Setiano; Le Roux, Gabrillagues; Iturria; Camara, Picamoles (capt),
Replacements: Guirado, Poirot, Slimani, Vahaamahina, Alldritt, Serin, Ntamack, Medard.
USA: Teo; Scully (capt), Brache, Campbell, Iosefo; MacGinty, Davies; Fry, Taufetee, Lamositele; Brakeley, Civetta; Lamborn Germishuys, Hanco, Dolan
Replacements: Fawsitt, Kilifi, Mullen, Peterson, Pinkelman, De Haas, Magie, Palamo
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