Belgium Vs France. The fantastic clash of the day will be between Belgium and France. Edge’s absence will be a heavy blow to a French side looking to try to keep Hazard, De Bruyne and Lukaku calm and Les Bleus’ recent form isn’t overly inspiring.
With the delayed European championship set to kick off from 11th june, National teams have wrapped up their warm up matches as they await to kickstart their hunt for European glory. Reigning champions and 2016 Euro finalists france will be heading to the elite tournament in a bouyant mood as they have dispatched wales 3-0 and also recorded the same scoreline against Bulgaria a few days ago to end their 2 warm up fixtures with convincing displays.
The match involving France and Belgium has always been a cracker given that both sides have quality players around the globe. Belgium are currently the best team in the world. Belgium’s summer ended in disappointment once again as they were beaten by eventual Euro 2020 winners Italy but Roberto Martinez’s side have a great chance to reach the UEFA Nations League final this week and they can certainly push overall favourites France close.
FRANCE VS BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA. France pick up their World Cup qualification programme looking to move on quickly from the fiasco of their bid to conquer Europe in the summer. The pre-tournament favourites crashed out at the last-16 stage amid fierce recriminations on the pitch and in the media following the sloppy and disharmonious display against Switzerland.
FRANCE VS GERMANY. It’s the biggest game of the tournament so far, as France and Germany clash in Munich. This clash pits together the 2018 and 2014 World Cup winners, while the pair met in the semi-finals of the 2016 Euros, with France narrowly edging that clash.
France vs Switzerland France go into this game after a 2-2 Euro 2020 drawn game versus Portugal. Les Bleus have kept it tight at the back, with the absolute number of objectives that have flown into the rear of their net throughout the span of their last 6 games remaining at 3.
1). France vs Wales (Kick off 22:05pm) The visitors will be looking to make it 3 straight wins, when they take on reigning world champions France in a mouth watering international friendly clash tonight. Wales have enjoyed a run of blistering form which has seen them win 4 of their last 5 assignments (L1).
France France go into this fixture after a 2-2 Euro 2020 tied result versus Portugal. Their most recent results highlight the fact that quality has been evident in the France defence. Les Bleus have kept it tight, with the total number of goals that have flown into the back of their net over the course of their last 6 games standing at 3.
1. France vs Germany (Kick-off 22:00pm) The Les Bleus will be hoping to kickstart their Euro 2020 with a positive results when they take on Germany in an entertaining clash tonight. Both heavyweights will be aiming to take home vital three points tonight as they're in a tricky group F that also comprises of holders Portugal and Hungary.
France paid a short visit to Allianz Arena at Munich in search of 3 crucial points against Germany to build on their "Group of Death" supremacy. It was tragic for Germany who accorded a freak own-goal from their central defender Mats Hummels during the 20th minute of the affair.
Hungary vs France It’s no surprise that the French go into this one as massive favourites knowing a win here would guarantee qualification for the round of 16 and we’d expect them to do just that the only question that arises is by what margin. France have now won 12 of 15 unbeaten matches in major competitions since they lost to Germany at the 2014 World Cup though only five of those wins came by more than a single strike including one goal wins over all of Australia, Peru, Romania, and Ireland, so a thrashing is by no means a foregone conclusion.
(Mats Hummels flicks a goal into his own net) Mats Hummels, whose international career had ended after the 2018 World Cup, scored an own goal to gift Les Bleus a crucial tight win against Germany. Germany dominated the game with 68% ball possession but could not put to use any of their ten attempts on goal.
Bosnia vs France Welcome to our today's football Predictions tips between Bosnia and France.
France France will be looking for another win after the 3-0 International Friendlies victory over Wales. Their latest results really do illustrate the point that quality has been evident in the France defence. Les Bleus have kept it tight, seeing the total number of goals that have gone past their goalkeeper during their previous 6 games standing at 3.
1. France vs Wales Les Bleus are the reigning world champions, and easily the best in the world. They are after the Euro title, and will stop at nothing. They are definitely going after a win this Wednesday against Wales, over whom they have a good h2h record.Didier Deschamps’s men are ranked 2nd in the world, and have the best set of players in the world.
France vs Wales France fans will need a rehash of their past outcome, being a 0-1 WC Qualifiers - Europe triumph against Bosnia. Less than three objectives for each game were found in 5 of the last 6 installations where France have been included. Separating the objective attribution from this period, rival sides scored a total of 5 while Les Bleus got themselves 9.
Turkey and Netherlands will take on each other in one of the most exciting games of the opening round of the World Cup 2022 Qualifications.Both sides enter the tie hoping to snatch important points against direct rivals in the battle for the top spot in the group.
We've got five selections from this weekends Euro 2020 games. Let's check them out. 1)Portugal to beat Germany(SATURDAY.KICK OFF 19:00PM EAT) The defending champions took a long time to wear down Hungary in Budapest. Germany struggled in their game with France and will be facing a very tricky portugal side.
Les Bleus are easily the favorites to become group champions, and they have already raced to the top of the table with an unbeaten record so far.
France vs Bulgaria France will expect a rehash of their last outcome, following a 3-0 International Friendlies win versus Wales. Les Bleus have been closefisted, seeing the count of objectives that have flown into the rear of their net during their previous six trips remaining at 3.