The World Cup is well underway now, with Group C starting on Saturday morning
The 2018 World Cup is in full swing now, with four games played – all of which have been live on talkSPORT.
Today, Saturday, there are another four matches, starting with the Group C clash between France and Australia from Kazan.
talkSPORT.com give you the lowdown of the match ahead of the big kick-off
What the players are saying
Antoine Griezmann (France): “The time has come for us to set the seal on everything we’ve done in these last four years.”
Tim Cahill (Australia) on manager Bert van Marwijk: “He’s an international coach with a massive calibre and, for us, it’s an absolute pleasure to have someone like him come to our country and help teach us a new style. He has all the tools and elements from the past and he’s experienced. He has been there and lived it and breathed it and he has beat the best. When he walks into the room, he has a presence, but he also has a softness about him that players can relate to.”
France: Frances squad is full of brilliant attacking players, but Deschamps has always struggled to get them playing to their best. His job has been helped since NGolo Kantes breakthrough at Leicester and his continued world class performances for Chelsea. Kante will sit at the base of Frances midfield and take on the brunt of the defensive work, allowing his midfield partner Paul Pogba the freedom to attack without worrying about leaving space behind him. Kante, 27, has won 22 caps for France since making his debut towards the end of Leicesters title winning 2015/16 campaign. He was a key player at Euro 2016, and was named PFA Player of the Year and FWA Football of the Year in 2016/17.
Australia: Aaron Mooy enters the World Cup on the back of a fine campaign at the heart of Huddersfield Towns midfield. The 27-year-old joined the Terriers on a permanent deal last summer following a season on loan from Manchester City, for whom he never represented at professional level. Hes won 34 caps for his country, scoring five goals, including a free-kick on his debut against Guam back in 2012. Despite featuring a handful of times for Australia before the 2015 Asian Cup, he was not selected for the squad which eventually won the tournament on home soil. However, he rose to incredible prominence under Postecoglou towards the end of the year, and has been a key Socceroos performer since then.
Where can I stream France v Australia?
France v Australia is live to stream on talkSPORT.com, or you can listen on 1089 or 1053 AM, DAB radio, or through the talkSPORT mobile.
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