France – Netherlands: Preview & Prediction
The national championships in Europe give way to the classification for the World-wide one of Russia. Undoubtedly, one of the most interesting matches that we can enjoy during the week will be the one that measures to France and Holland, two of the selections that fight for the first place in a Group A dominated until the moment by Sweden. After a draw against Belarus, the bleus chained four straight wins until they succumbed to the Swedes in Scandinavia, while the combined oranje will try to return to an international competition after missing the last Eurocup, although the truth is that their potential Currently far from the one that led to the final of the World Cup in South Africa in 2010.
Again, the most relevant detail in the call for France is the absence of Karim Benzema, as well as the brand new signing of Barcelona, Ousmane Dembélé. Despite this, the Gallic has enough quality in all its ranks to make a comfortable victory, and is that after being able to defeat in Dutch lands, they are expected to achieve a victory that allows them to continue to depend on themselves To finish in the first position and, by the way, leave practically no options to one of his direct rivals. Another detail to take into account and confirms that favorite condition of the selection led by Didier Deschamps is that they do not know the defeat against their rival since 2008, with three victories since then, the last last October .
For his part, the Dutch highlight the return of Robin Van Persie to a call after being last called in 2015. The veteran striker will join Arjen Robben and Wesley Sneijder to lead the oranje, two very veteran players who must pull the car of a team that is not finding generational relief and that has very complicated the task of getting their ticket for the World Cup. The unexpected stumbling against Bulgaria has left them in a very tricky situation, and their options are to beat France and close this qualifying phase with victory over Sweden. If they fall into this match, they will have to wait for the French and Swedish punctures from here at the end of this group stage and get a score that allows them to enter as one of the eight best ranked second.
In the face of the bets, France is clearly favorites with a share of 1,714, much lower than the 4.75 proposal for the Dutch triumph. According to the forecasts, it will be a game in which you do not see too many goals, with 1-0 as the most likely result with payments of 6.50 per unit wagered. Even so, the potential of the Gauls should allow them to comfortably dominate the match and win for a much more comfortable result, and in case they are able to score more than 1½ bettors will be able to benefit from the available quota of 1,833.
France – Netherlands: Betting Tips
France win – Odds: 1.60
Over 2,5 goals – Odds: 2.00