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On paper, France appears to be one of the stronger teams in this tournament, but the reality is not matching the expectations. According to the press and insiders, internal politics are creating issues within the squad.

Despite going unbeaten through the group stage, Les Bleus failed to score a single goal from open play. Their only goals came from an own goal by Austria and a retaken penalty to draw against France.

With Mbappe struggling to find the net, Didier Deschamps needs a reliable goalscorer. The French team performs well until the final third but struggles to create clear chances.

In this match, France will recall Antoine Griezmann, while Bradley Barcola might have done enough to keep Adrien Rabiot on the bench.

As we predicted in our pre-tournament bets, Belgium would struggle to get 6.5 points from Group D. Following a first-round loss to Slovakia, we cashed in on that bet!

Belgium finished the group stage with one win, one draw, and one loss. Each team in the group ended with 4 points, and the tiebreakers were goal difference and yellow cards.

Belgium’s best performance was against their second-round opponent Romania, where they had 19 goal attempts with 9 on target. Yuri Tielmans scored an early goal in the second minute, and despite many missed opportunities, they showcased a strong display. However, their 0-0 draw with eliminated Ukraine led to boos from their fans, and Kevin De Bruyne even told his team to leave the field.

Dodi Lukebakio is back from suspension and will replace the ineffective Leandro Trossard. It will be interesting to see if Yannick Carrasco continues, given the competition on the bench.


We don’t rate either team highly, but Belgium is good enough to beat a goal-shy France. We expect Tadesco’s men to press harder than their opponents, exploiting the frailties in the French defence.

BET: BELGIUM +0.5 (double chance)

Odds: 1.99 (2.01 Exchanges)


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