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Netherlands vs. France & Brazil vs. Uruguay: How to Watch Liverpool’s Internationals

Keeping track of Liverpool's internationals on Friday, March 25th, 2016 with kickoff time, television listings, and online streaming options for Netherlands vs. France and Brazil vs. Uruguay.

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With the 2016 Euros coming up in a few months, the March international break mostly means friendlies for Liverpool’s players off on duty with their national teams. Today’s action brings with it one marquee friendly match between the Netherlands and France, as well as one game that does matter—Brazil vs. Uruguay in a CONMEBOL World Cup qualification match.

Netherlands vs. France

It may just be a friendly, but Netherlands vs. France looks a marquee match even when there’s nothing on the line. Liverpool fans will be watching to see how Mamadou Sakho does now that he’s getting minutes at the club level and back in the fold for his country head of the summer’s Euros, with the defender expected to start today.

Kickoff: 7:45PM GMT/3:45PM EST

Television: No Coverage (UK); beIN Sports Espanol (USA); beIN Sports (Australia); beIN Sports Espanol (Canada); No Coverage (India); SuperSport 3 Africa (Kenya); No Coverage (Malaysia); No Coverage (Singapore); other listings at LiveSoccerTV

Online Streaming: No Coverage (UK); beIN Sports Connect (USA)

Brazil vs. Uruguay

CONMEBOL are already kicking off qualification for the next Wold Cup, and Brazil vs. Uruguay is a must-see match. Plus, with Philippe Coutinho in the Brazil squad, there’s an easy reason for Liverpool fans to pay attention. Coutinho, though, may not start for Brazil given he was a late addition to Dunga’s squad. Ex-Red Luis Suarez, on the other hand, will certainly start for Uruguay.

Kickoff: 12:45 AM GMT (Sat.)/8:45PM EST

Television: No Coverage (UK); beIN Sports (USA); beIN Sports (Australia); beIN Sports (Canada); Sony ESPN (India); SuperSport 3 Africa (Kenya); Astro SuperSport 2 (Malaysia); Eleven Singapore (Singapore); other listings at LiveSoccerTV

Online Streaming: No Coverage (UK); beIN Sports Connect (USA)

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Keeping track of Liverpool’s other players off on international duty this week, Dejan Lovren went the full 90 for Croatia on Wednesday as they defeated Israel 2-0, Joe Allen and Danny Ward made second half appearances in Wales' 1-1 draw with Northern Ireland, and Martin Skrtel and Slovakia will take on Latvia in a friendly today at 8:30PM GMT/4:30PM EST.

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