WC Qualifiers Live Streaming : France v Georgia, Kazakhstan v Germany, Spain v Finland, Croatia v Serbia available online

Its France v Georgia, Kazakhstan v Germany, Spain v Finland, Croatia v Serbia,  Czech Republic v Denmark live streaming online, as Bet365 release options to watch the World Cup qualifiers online.

The firm are predicting a busy night as fans take advantage of new live stream technology, enabling football fans to watch all the international action live and online through the Bet365 website.

A busy evening of World Cup Qualifying matches takes place on Friday with some of Europe’s biggest national teams in action.

World Cup QF’s Live Streaming – How to Watch

You can watch all the World Cup International Qualifiers tonight with Bet365. Simply click here to forward to the special landing page and navigate to ‘Live Streaming’ at the top of the page and continue to the football streams. You can also claim £200/€200 in free bets as you watch! Exclusive!

European and World Champions Spain will be looking for a comfortable evening when they entertain Finland in Madrid.

Spain have won two matches and drawn one in their qualifying campaign so far and it looks as though France are going to fight all the way to land the top spot in this group, so a win is needed here.

With the players at their disposal, the home team should be winning this one by a decent margin as Finland have claimed just one point from their opening two matches. They are at 1/14 to take the spoils.

France are also in action as they entertain Georgia and with Laurent Blanc’s men only behind Spain on goal-difference, the will see this as a chance to score a few goals.

Georgia are a decent outfit, but the French should be able to beat them, especially if they put in a similar performance to their 1-1 draw in Madrid back in October.

Elsewhere, the Netherlands can keep their 100 per cent record in this qualifying campaign going with another three points at home to Estonia.

Holland have scored 13 goals and conceded just two in their opening four encounters, whereas Estonia have only been on the score-sheet once, so the hosts should be able to find the net a few times here and remain solid at the back.

With players such as Robin van Persie, Wesley Sneijder, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar and Arjen Robben at Louis van Gaal’s disposal, it is tough to see anything other than Holland winning here and the bookmakers agree as they are at 1/14.

Germany’s last World Cup Qualifier was their 4-4 draw with Sweden last year, a match that the Germans were winning 4-0 at one stage. Joachim Low will want a response from his men when they head to Kazakhstan as he would not have been happy with that performance.

Germany are still in a good position and have ten points from their opening four matches, so spirits should be high. They also take on a Kazakhstan team that have claimed just one point so far in this group.

Portugal haven’t has the best of starts in their group as they are in third position. On Friday though, they head to Israel who are in second and level on points with them, so this should be a superb 90 minutes of action.

As ever, if Cristiano Ronaldo is at his best, Portugal should come out on top in this one and they are at 4/7 to win on Friday.

Russia are the team sitting on top of that group after four wins from four and they head to Northern Ireland this time out.

Other notable games on Friday night include Belgium heading to Macedonia, Poland taking on Ukraine, Czech Republic entertaining Denmark and Croatia locking horns with Serbia.

We should be in for a cracking night on fixtures.

Free Bet