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How to watch France vs England next weekend with game not on Sky Sports

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With the Super League season now past the halfway point, thoughts are beginning to turn towards the international programme for the 2024 season. With an Ashes series in Australia in 2025 and a World Cup to come in 2026, any game time is vital for the England sides.

Therefore, next weekend’s game against France is a crucial opportunity for Shaun Wane to bring his squad together and to get some valuable game time. England are expected to register a comfortable win, however, France are an improving side and England cannot afford to be complacent.

With fans keen to catch a glimpse of the England side as they build towards the end-of-season test series against Samoa, here is how to watch the France versus England game from the Stade Ernst Wallon next weekend.

How to watch France v England next weekend

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England fans hoping to catch the game on Sky Sports are set to be disappointed, as the major broadcaster will not show next weekend’s international fixtures.

Thankfully, the ever reliable Rubgyleagueontv account on X (formerly Twitter) has all the details of how you can follow England’s mid-season international versus France. The game will be shown on the Super League + streaming service at 5pm.

Fans of the women’s game will also be able to follow England’s women’s side as they take on their French counterparts from 2pm.

France and England’s academy sides also meet on the 29th June. Their game will be shown on the RFL’s Youtube Channel, with the game kicking odd at 7:30 PM.

Shaun Wane is set to name his England side next week. He is expected to make several changes from the squad which won the series against Tonga at the end of the 2023 season.

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