One of the most eagerly awaited pool games in the 2019 Rugby World Cup takes place on Saturday, October 12 at 9.15am BST when England take on France. But how can you watch a stream if the game is not on free-to-air where you are?

Many countries will not have free-to-air coverage of the tournament and that’s a problem if you are travelling, working or on holiday in one of those countries when England take on France.

One surefire way is connecting online to ITV who will show the game live. Unfortunately you need to be in the UK to stream the games.

There are some solutions, fortunately, which will mask and reroute your computer address so it appears you are in the UK.

Many people opt to download VPN software which will do the job but is probably not an option if you are not the most technically gifted and given it takes over the whole of your internet connection you will need a strong wi-fi signal to connect to watch the England v France game.

Proxy servers are preferred by some people as they are a little more lightweight but once again some basic computing skills are needed especially when things go wrong. There are some free options available but many come injected with annoying adverts spoiling your watching pleasure.

The best option (though we would say that!) is to use a Google Chrome Extension. Easy to install, smooth and stable; you will be watching a stream of England v France faster than…..Jonny May or Anthony Watson!

Follow these simple steps to watch England v France on ITV

    1. Download Chrome Browser, if you're not already using it.

    2. Install Beebs, this nifty tool redirects all your BBC requests.

    3. The ITV Player will reload and begin to work, and you can watch England vs France from outside the UK