France will host Georgia in the stadium of Bordeaux this Sunday from 9.50 and you can enjoy it live on Star +. Both teams announced their formations for what will be the second meeting out of the November window.
It should be noted that the only match played between the two selected was in the 2007 World Cup and it was a French victory by 64 to 7. Currently, France comes from beating Los Pumas by 29 to 20 and Georgia from being crushed against the Springboks 40-9 in July.
Fabien Galthie, head coach of France, will make some variations with respect to last week’s game against the Argentine national team. Uini Atonio will replace Mohamed Haouas, Cameron Woki will replace Thibaud Flament on the second row and Romain Taofifenua will replace Paul Willemse.
Anthony Jelonch will move as number 6, as eighth will enter Grégory Alldritt and Sekou Macalou will complete the third row. The only modification in the backs is the entry of Matthis Lebel by Gabin Villière.
Formation of France: 1- Cyril Baille, 2- Julien Marchand, 3- Uini Atonio, 4- Cameron Woki, 5- Romain Taofifenua, 6- Anthony Jelonch, 7- Sekou Macalou 8-Grégory Alldritt 9- Antoine Dupont, 10- Mathieu Jalibert, 11- Matthis Lebel, 12- Romain Ntamack, 13- Gael Fickou, 14- Damian Penaud, 15- Melvyn Jaminet
Substitutes: 16- Peato Mauvaka, 17- Jean-Baptiste Gros, 18- Demba Bamba, 19- Thibaud Flament, 20- Paul Willemse, 21- François Cros, 22- Maxime Lucu, 23- Jonathan Danty.
Georgia formation: 1- Beka Gigashvili, 2- Shalva Mamukashvili, 3- Giorgi Melikidze, 4- Grigor Kerdikoshvili, 5- Konstantin Mikautadze, 6- Beka Saghinadze, 7- Giorgi Tsutskiridze, 8- Beka Gorgadze 9- Vasil Lobzhanidze, 10- Tedo Abzhandadze, 11 – Alexander Todua, 12- Merab Sharikadze, 13- Giorgi Kveseladze, 14- Akaki Tabutsadze, 15- Davit Niniashvili.
Substitutes: 16- Giorgi Chkoidze, 17- Guram Gogichashvili, 18- Luka Japaridze, 19- Nodar Tcheishvili, 20- Tornike Jalaghonia, 21- Mikheil Alania, 22- Lasha Khmaladze, 23- Demur Tapladze.