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16/10/2018 Kick Off:  7:45 pm Stade de France V Predicted Score:1 - 0

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Match Summary

1 Look out for:

The midfield battle. Tuesday’s game will pit Toni Kroos against Paul Pogba, two of the best midfielders in the world at the moment. Despite a superior World Cup performance, the Real Madrid man has currently got the edge over his Manchester United counterpart, who will be keen to prove himself against the best. 

6/1 Kroos to score anytime
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One to Watch: Kylian Mbappe

Only the fourth footballer ever to have been on the front cover of Time magazine, Mbappe has gone from strength to strength over the past year.

Having thrived on the left flank at the World Cup, the forward is now outshining Neymar for PSG, scoring a half-hour hat-trick against fierce rivals Lyon before the international break.

If there’s anyone that can break down Germany’s resolute back line, its the 19-year-old. 

15/2 Mbappe to score two or more
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Team News

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France's Last Six:
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Didier Deschamps is certain to start Kylian Mbappe, having rested the PSG man in the draw with Iceland. France are expected to field a widely similar side to the one that won the World Cup, with Lucas Digne the possible only intruder. 

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Despite a disastrous World Cup, Joachim Low has avoided the temptation to overhaul the squad. Germany are certainly not bereft of talent, but the manager has stayed faithful to the stalwarts. 

France vs Germany Betting Tips, Preview & Predictions

The last two world champions face off here as France take on Germany

France host Germany on Tuesday with the world champions looking to extend their dominance into the Nations League. Low’s side won their first game since the competition last week, and will be desperate to rebuild their confidence. 

France are 10/11 to win, and will boast the home advantage, despite not being in the best form. A shock result last week saw Les Blues draw against Iceland, with the point only salvaged by an own goal and a penalty in the last five minutes. Deschamps will be keen to class that as an outlier and maintain their position on top of their Nations League group. 

Germany are 14/5 to win, with Low’s priority likely on experimenting with his side rather than seeking immediate success. Even so, the manager has kept the spine of the side that struggled at the World Cup, with fans desperate for new blood. A win on Tuesday would be vindication for his choices. 

A draw is 13/5, with nothing to separate the sides in their last meeting. France will be hoping that playing at home will see them win, whilst Germany may well be content with one point. 

Antoine Griezmann is 3/2 to score anytime with the forward having carried over his form from last season. The Atletico Madrid man has four goals and three assists for the Spanish side this season and is his side’s main creative hub.

Timo Werner is 2/1 to score on Tuesday, and has managed to keep hold of his starting role despite a poor World Cup. Werner scored twice for RB Leipzig in the final game before the international break, but performs better as a second striker or winger, rather than a centre forward. 

Predicted Score: France 1 - 0 Germany

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Written by Greg Murray

Greg Murray focused on watching football rather than playing it after realising he wasn’t going to be the next Gianfranco Zola. Writing prolifically on Italian football while keeping an eye on the game around the world, Greg has also turned his pen to the aviation industry and the betting market.