France vs Spain: Preview & Prediction

Leader of his group of qualifiers of the World Cup 2018 in Russia and also vice-champion of Europe 2016, the team of France will pass an excellent test before Spain.

It is a beautiful poster and it will take place at the Stade de France. The last confrontation between these two nations took place at the Stade de France on 4 September 2014 and it ended with a precious victory of the French team (1-0).

With this success, 1-0, the Blues had already struck a blow and confirmed their return to the front of the stage. Currently, the Tricolores are surfing a beautiful dynamic, as they are unbeaten since the final of the Euro ahead of Portugal (0-1).

Since November 2015, Portugal is the only team to beat the French. Last Saturday, Didier Deschamps’s men won on the lawn of Luxembourg, 3 goals to 1, thanks to a double from Olivier Giroud.

France therefore consolidates its leading position and above all, it remains on a good dynamic. For the arrival of the Roja in the capital, the Blues will be deprived of their laterals, Mendy and Sidibe, but also of Adil Rami.

On the other hand, the staff could launch their young in the big bath, especially that Kylian Mbappe or Adrien Rabiot already made a good entry in Luxembourg. Many of them have risen in power since the beginning of 2017 and have been playing in their clubs, from Kimpembe and Rabiot to PSG, Dembélé to Dortmund, Lemar and Mbappe to AS Monaco and Tolisso to Lyon.

The French team can therefore surprise Spain, especially that the Roja could turn its workforce and rest its executives. Spain have changed direction with the arrival of Lopetegui, and the partners of Diego Costa, who have been injured, have been unbeaten since the start of their UEFA EURO 2008 ™ The month of September 2016, like France.

France vs Spain: Direct Matches

Spain are also leading their qualifying group, ahead of Italy, thanks in particular to a good and large victory over Israel (4-1). If the Spaniards are strong in the official competitions, in the friendly matches, they are less successful in the image of the defeat to Georgia in June 2016 (0-1).

Since the beginning of 2016, Spain has been hungry by Italy (1-1), Romania (0-0) and England (2-2), so it would be prudent to Betting on a double chance, a draw and a victory for the French team.

France vs Spain: Betting Tips

X2 – Odds: 1.60
Over 2 – Odds: 1.80