France vs All Blacks kick-off time – When is the France vs New Zealand Test? Start time, date

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    The All Blacks continue their end-of-year European tour with a titantic clash against France in Paris. The Stade de France in Saint-Denis hosts this match, which kicks off at 6:45am on Sunday, November 12 (AEDT).

    These two nations meet for the third year in a row, after New Zealand enjoyed 24-19 victory in 2016’s end-of-year test and a 62-13 romp in the 2015 world cup quarterfinal.

    The All Blacks have knocked off their French rivals in ten straight encounters, with France’s last victory coming in June 2009.

    Les Bleus have been a thorn in the side of the Kiwis before, however, having been responsible for early world cup exits in both 1999 and 2007.

    Kieran Read New Zealand Rugby Union Championship Bledisloe Cup All Blacks 2017

    The All Blacks have France in their sights. (Photo by Mark Nolan/Getty Images)

    Match info

    Where: Stade de France, Paris, France
    When: 7am (AEDT)
    TV: Foxtel – beIN Sports 3 (515)
    Betting: New Zealand $1.11, France $6.50


    Camille Chat, Henry Chavancy, Gael Fickou, Malik Hamadache, Paul Jedrasiak, Bernard Le Roux, Yann Lesgourgues, Sekou Macalou, Maxime Machenaud, Yoanne Maestri, Jules Plisson, Lucas Pointud, Dany Priso, Vincent Rattez

    New Zealand
    Pita Alatini, Tony Brown, Ron Cribb, Troy Flavell, Carl Hoeft, Jonah Lomu, Leon MacDonald, Justin Marshall, Norm Maxwell, Anton Oliver, Taine Randell, Greg Somerville, Reuben Thorne, Tana Umaga, Jeff Wilson

    Broadcast Information

    BeIN are broadcasting the match, meaning you can watch their coverage on TV through Foxtel on BeIN Sports 3, channel 515.

    Please note that although BeIN Sports 1 can be accessed through Fetch TV, this is not the case for BeIN Sports 3, which means you cannot watch the Test that way.

    If you are instead looking to live stream the match you can do this via the Foxtel app if you already have a Foxtel TV connection, or sign up for Foxtel Now if you don’t, or get a live stream through BeIN directly.

    We’ll also have live blog coverage of the match here on The Roar, and post-match highlights on Roar TV.