England will be hoping to win two major trophies this year, as Eddie Jones‘s side prepare to take on France in the first-ever Autumn Nations Cup final. The Six Nations champions topped Pool A of the competition, and will now come up against Les Bleus to complete a clean sweep.
France go into the tie very understrength, handing England a major advantage.
The Top 14 rugby clubs agreed that no player should take part in more than three Tests this autumn, over a lack of fitness sparked by the coronavirus lockdown.
That means France’s head coach, Fabien Galthie, has named a very inexperienced 31-man squad for the clash.
England’s squad has 12-times more caps than the sum of France’s squad.
What time is England vs France?
England vs France will be taking place at 2pm on Sunday December 6.
The tie will be kicking-off from Twickenham, with 2,000 fans in attendance.
What TV channel is England vs France?
The match will be exclusively broadcast by Amazon Prime Sport, with coverage starting from 1pm.
How to live stream England vs France
Amazon Prime is an online streaming service, meaning you’ll only be able to watch the match by using a live stream.
If you have an Amazon Prime subscription, you can watch the match on mobile, tablet or computer.
France boss Galthie said: “At international level, it is necessary to [rotate] completely.
“You cannot ask the players to come in, come out, come in, come out. It is too difficult for a player.”
Galthie selected Baptiste Couillard as captain for the match, with the scrum-half set to make his first-ever Test start.
Yoram Moefana, Hassane Kolignar and Pierre Bourgarit are also set to be handed Test starting debuts.