The France team faces Australia this Saturday August 12 in the quarter-finals of the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Find out all the information about this big meeting for Les Bleues.

Australia, one of the two host countries for this 2023 Women’s World Cup, is having a great epic. The Matildas finished first in their group before dismissing Denmark in the round of 16 of the competition (2-0). The Australians will certainly be able to build on their victory in the warm-up match against Les Bleues before the start of this competition (1-0). “I think she will be very dangerous at this World Cup,” Matildas coach Tony Gustavsson said before the start of the competition.

The France team is also having a very good World Cup and also finished first in its group despite a sluggish first match against Jamaica (0-0). Since then, Les Bleues have only won and reached the quarter-finals after their brilliant victory against Morocco in the previous round (4-0). “If it was me who decided, we wouldn’t have played Australia before the competition. Because when you prepare for a competition and you know who is in your part of the draw, it’s my opinion but you don’t play against a strong team like this”, declared Hervé Renard thus reproaching this choice to Corinne Deacon and her staff who had scheduled the friendly meeting before her departure from the former coach.

The Australia – France match will start at 9 a.m. this Saturday, August 12. It will take place at Brisbane Stadium in Australia.

Australia – France will be broadcast on France 2. The match will be refereed by Chilean María Belén Carvajal Peña.

Two streaming broadcasts will be available for this meeting between Australia and France as MyCanal and France.TV will broadcast this quarter-final of the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

Here is the likely 11 for the Matildas: Arnold – Carpenter, Hunt, Kennedy, Catley – Raso, Gorry, Cooney-Cross, Foord – Fowler, van Egmond. Sam Kerr could, once again, start on the bench.

Opposite, Hervé Renard should not change his starting lineup compared to the wide success against Morocco in the previous round (4-0): Peyraud-Magnin – Perisset, De Almeida, Renard, Karchaoui – Dali, Geyoro, Toletti, Bacha-LeSommer, Diani.

On the sports betting sites, France acts as the favorite as on Betclic where they are at 2.13, the draw is at 3.30 and the victory of Australia is at 3.45. On Winamax, Les Bleues are at 2.10, the draw is at 3.15 and the victory for the Australians is at 3.70.