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Belgium v Italy live streaming

This week’s bet365 live streaming highlights feature Belgium, the World’s Number 1 ranked team according to the FIFA, and despite the lack of accolades to support that huge position, their squad does feature some fantastic footballers and could arguably make up a Premier League 11 with the likes of Lukaku, Benteke, Hazard, De Bruyne, Fellaini, Mirallas, Chadli, Kompany, Vertonghen, Alderweireld and Courtois – impressive.

Better yet, bet365 customers can watch these Premier League favourites take on Italy on Friday evening, whom are ranked 13th! 

Belgium v Spain live streaming

Belgium v Spain: Watch & Bet Live here >>

Belgium will then take on Spain next week on the 17th, whom are actually ranked 6th despite winning a World Cup in 2010 alongside their reigning European Champions title from 2012.

Argentina v Brazil live streaming

Argentina v Brazil: Watch & Bet Live here >>

We have a huge World Cup 2018 South American Qualification game to follow the above friendly, featuring two footballing giants Argentina and Brazil!

Both nations have had underwhelming starts for the qualification stages, with Argentina having the tougher time and are yet to find their first win after 2 games (1 draw and 1 loss so far).

A maximum of 5 teams can qualify from South America, so Argentina could well find themselves in a bizarre and unwanted scenario, given their immense squad of talented players.

There could be tears!

Brazil have secured 1 victory at this point but both teams will be desperate to make that journey to Russia in the summer of 2018!

Neymar has been in incredible form as of late, scoring a brilliant goal at the weekend.

England v France live streaming

England v France: Watch & Bet Live here >>

England v France is another heavyweight clash next week as both teams look to gain experience well in advance of Euro 2016, which will be hosted by France of course.

France will be without Benzema and Valbuena for rather obscure reasons, whilst England will be hoping Jamie Vardy can continue his amazing Premier League scoring record so far, having scored 9 goals in a consecutive appearances, and just 2 goals from breaking the all-time record.

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