Under the leadership of new coach Fabien Galthie, France has made great progress in the Six Nations League, and only missed the title because of the point difference.
The next schedule is the Autumn Nations Cup will start from November 13 to December 6.
In this competition France will play tow home and one away match with Fiji, Italy and Scotland. Their last game will be against a team in another group-England, Georgia, Ireland or Wales-in the same ranking on their pool table.
Galthie has appointed four uncapped players in his 28-man lineup- Gabin Villiere, Julian Debois, Cyril Cazeaux and Teddy Baubigny, but there may be changes during the championship, players are limited to three games throughout the fall of the six games. Including the October schedule for Wales and Ireland.
Forwards: Cameron Woki, Paul Willemse, Romain Taofifenua, Charles Ollivon, Julien Marchand, Bernard Le Roux, Mohamed Haouas, Jean-Baptiste Gros, Dylan Cretin, Camille Chat, Cyril Cazeaux, Teddy Baubigny, Demba Bamba, Cyril Baille, Gregory Alldritt, Dorian Aldegheri.
Backs : Arthur Vincent, Gabin Villiere, Virimi Vakatawa, Arthur Retiere, Vincent Rattez, Thomas Ramos, Romain Ntamack, Gael Fickou, Antoine Dupont, Julien Delbouis, Baptiste Couilloud, Anthony Bouthier
Sunday, 15 Nov, France vs Fiji, 3:00 pm, Stade de la Rabine
Sunday, 22 Nov, Scotland vs France, 3:15pm, BT Murrayfield
Saturday, 28 Nov, France vs Italy, 8:10pm, TBC
Saturday, 5 Dec/Sunday 6 Dec, France vs TBD
Here you will see Full 2020 Autumn Nations Cup Schedule