France
France
VS
Australia
Australia
International
International
WC
22.11.2022
20:00
Ended
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MATCH ABOUT TO START
Al Janoub Stadium
Al Wakra

France – Australia betting tip & odds comparison 22.11.2022

World Champions will begin their title defense when they lock horns against Australia in one of Group D opening fixtures. The Les Blues will be looking to get off to a bright start and hope that their injury woes do not deal a huge blow to their campaign.

Meanwhile, having made their first appearance in 1974, Australia are taking part in their 6th global showpiece with the goal of bettering their one time last 16 berth, which came back in 2006.

With the absence of league football at the moment, the World Cup certainly offers an exciting action to relish and a chance to make returns on your wager. This is why our tip will be designed with odds offered by Betway and Betboro.

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FRANCE

With their Russia 2018 triumph, France ended a 20 year wait for the World title, making it a record breaking one for Deschamps who won it as a player in 1998 and as a manager in Russia.

France’s second World Cup trophy came in grand style as they finished off as group winners, edging past Argentina, Uruguay and Belgium, and beating Croatia 4-2 in the final.

Heading to Qatar, the Les Blues are without the services of Kante and Pogba, both of whom were instrumental to the team’s 2018 success. They will be hoping to overcome the threats posed by this injury and avoid a repeat of 2002 when they crashed out in the group stage of their title defending campaign.

Having secured just one win in the last 5, France will be looking to rejig their form and start off this year’s edition of the global showpiece on a positive note.

AUSTRALIA

The Socceroos will be looking to follow the footsteps of Senegal who beat them defending champions France 1-0 in the first group game in 2002 and went on to earn a historic quarter final ticket.

This is a big hurdle for Australia given the fact that they have won just once in their 4 meetings against France. In fact, that solitary win came in the early 2000s.

Here they will be banking on their 4-game unbeaten streak as they look to begin on a bright note and halt a run of 3 consecutive group stage exits.

POSSIBLE LINE UPS

FRANCE

  • Lloris
  • Pavard
  • Upamecano
  • Kounde
  • T. Hernandez
  • Guendouzi
  • Tchouameni
  • Camavinga
  • Mbappe
  • Benzema
  • Griezmann
  • Coach: Didier Deschamps
  • Missing Players: Pogba (Surgery), Kante (Knee injury)

AUSTRALIA

  • Ryan
  • Grant
  • Sainsbury
  • King
  • Karacic
  • Boyle
  • Hrustic
  • Dougall
  • Mabil
  • McLaren
  • Duke
  • Coach: Graham Arnold
  • Missing Players: None

OUR PREVIEW AND BETTING TIP FOR FRANCE VS AUSTRALIA

Certainly, France seem to have struggled in recent outings as evidenced in how they struggled to avoid relegation in the Nations League. Despite this, they are on a better head to head run against Australia winning their last 2 meetings 6-0 and 2-1 respectively. Based on this, with Betway’s odd of 1.40, we are backing France to score at least 2 goals here.

TIP #1: France over 1.5 goals – odds 1.40

Given that France didn’t keep a clean sheet in their last 2 games and Australia earning a 2-0 win in their last outing, we are expecting both teams to score in this games. For our second of the betting tips today, we are going with Betboro’s odd of 2.24.

TIP #2: BTTS – Yes – odds 2.24

Performance

France
France
Last games

France performance of the last 5 home matches

Victories
80%
Over 2.5
60%
Australia
Australia
Last games

Australia performance of the last 5 away matches

Victories
60%
Over 2.5
60%

Current Standing

POS TEAM PTS MP W D L GF GA GD
0
1
France
France
6 3 2 0 1 6 3 3
0
2
Australia
Australia
6 3 2 0 1 3 4 -1
1
3
Tunisia
Tunisia
4 3 1 1 1 1 1 0
1
4
Denmark
Denmark
1 3 0 1 2 1 3 -2