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Finland vs France

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45′ End of first half

The first half of the match is over. 0-0 draw between Finland and France.

33′ Finland came closer

Teemu Pukki’s shot went over the goal. The Finnish team is a little more daring.

30′ Finland came closer

Teemu Pukki’s shot was caught by Lloris.

29′ France came closer

Mbappé’s shot went just wide of the right post.

25′ France had it!

Crossed ball to Mbappé and goalkeeper Hradecky denied, but the rebound was left for Griezmann, who shot, but the ball went over the goal.

20′ The score remains 0-0

Not much happens in these last minutes. The teams are fighting for possession in the middle of the pitch. France tries to be more vertical, but lacks clarity in the middle of the pitch.

15′ First quarter of the match

The match becomes very frictional. France tries to be very practical and take advantage of the speed of its players on the wings.

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11′ France came close

Lucas Digne’s low shot was deflected wide left.

9′ Yellow card

Rasmus Schüller is cautioned in Finland for a foul on Mbappé.

5′ France had a chance!

Mbappé played to the left flank with Digne, who sent in a low cross, which was rejected by the defense, the rebound was again left for the French fullback who in a new attempt found Diaby, who shot at goal, but the ball remained in the hands of Hradecky.

Match starts!

The game is underway! Finland and France are already facing each other.

Teams on the field!

The players of Finland and France take the field at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki.
2:42 PM40 minutes ago

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Substitutes – France

16. Benoit Costil (GK), 23. Alphonse Aréola (GK), 02. Benjamin Pavard, 05. Clément Lenglet, 06. Jordan Veretout, 09. Wissam Ben Yedder, 11. Kinsgley Coman, 12. Leo Dubois, 13. N’Golo Kanté, 17. Matteo Guendouzi, 19. Karim Benzema, 21. Luca Hernández, 22. Theo Hernández.

Starting XI – France

1-3-4-1-2
| 01. Hugo Lloris |
| 03. Jules Koundé | 04. Dajot Upamecano | 15. Kurt Zouma |
| 12. Leo Dubois | 08. Aurélien Tchouameni | 14. Adrien Rabiot | 18. Lucas Digne |
| 21. Antoine Griezmann |
|
 20. Moussa Diaby | 10. Kylian Mbappé |

CoachDidier Deschamps

Substitutes – Finland

12. Jesse Joronen (GK), 23. Carljohan Eriksson (GK), 02. Paulus Arajuuri, 04. Joona Toivio, 05. Miro Tenho, 07. Robert Taylor, 09. Fredrik Jensen, 13. Albin Granlund, 14. Onni Valakari, 19. Marcus Forss, 20. Joel Pohjanpalo, 22. Ilmari Niskanen.

2:32 PMan hour ago

Starting XI – Finland

1-5-3-2
| 01. Lukas Hradecky |
| 17. Robert Ivanov | 15. Leo Väisänen | 03. Daniel O’Shaughnessy |
|
 19. Jere Uronen |                       | 21. Niko Hämäläinen |
| 16. Urho Nissilä | 11. Rasmus Schüller | 06. Glen Kamara |
| 10. Teemu Pukki | 08. Robin Lod |

CoachMarkku Kanerva

2:15 PMan hour ago

Match Officials

Referee: Marco Guida – Italy
Assistant No.1: Alessandro Giallatini – Italy
Assistant No.2: Fabiano Preti – Italy
Cuarto árbitro: Giovanni Ayroldi – Italy
VAR: Paolo Valeri – Italy
Assistant VAR: Maurizio Mariani – Italy
2:10 PMan hour ago

Last five matches – France

November 13 – WC Qualifiers: 8-0 vs Kazakhstan (Won)

October 10 – UEFA Nations League: 1-2 vs Spain (Won)

October 7 – UEFA Nations League: 2-3 vs Belgium (Won)

September 7 – WC Qualifiers: vs Finland (Won)

September 4 – WC Qualifiers: 1-1 vs Ukraine

2:05 PMan hour ago

Last five matches – Finland

November 13 – WC Qualifiers: 1-3 vs Bosnia and Herzegovina (Won)

October 12 – WC Qualifiers: 0-2 vs Kazakhstan (Won)

October 9 – WC Qualifiers: 1-2 vs Ukraine (Lost)

September 7 – WC Qualifiers: 2-0 vs France (Lost)

September 4 – WC Qualifiers: 1-0 vs Kazakhstan (Won)

Squad List – France

Finland vs France

Squad List – Finland

Finland vs France

The visitors are unlikely to riot as they did at the weekend now that they have already qualified for the World Cup.

France will play Finland in their final UEFA World Cup qualifying Group D match, with Didier Deschamps’ team having already qualified for Qatar 2022.

With an 8-0 thrashing of Kazakhstan on Saturday, the world champions secured their spot in next year’s tournament and will travel to Helsinki with their heads held high.

Meanwhile, the hosts have everything to play for, as a win would guarantee Finland a place in the play-offs, a remarkable achievement given the group’s competitiveness.

 

Finland vs France latest odds

 

Despite having nothing but pride at stake, France remain the clear favourites, offered at 8/13 (1.61) with bet365, and Les Bleus have won all 10 of their historic meetings with Finland, including two wins inside the last 12 months.

Finland, for their part, are priced at 17/4 (5.25) to record what would be their first ever win against France and they may never get a better chance to beat their more illustrious opponents than Tuesday’s match.

The draw can be backed at 3/1 (4.00).

 

Finland vs France first goalscorer

 

It remains to be seen how strong a France side is selected by Deschamps and whether his first-choice forwards start the game.

Nevertheless, fresh from scoring four goals on Saturday, Kylian Mbappe is the favourite to break the deadlock in Helsinki, alongside Karim Benzema, with the two men offered at 15/4 (4.75).

Wissam Ben Yedder could get a rare start, with the Monaco striker offered at 11/2 (6.50), the same price as Teemu Pukki, the shortest priced Finnish player to score first.

 

Finland vs France preview

 

The French starting XI is likely to change significantly from the side that clinched World Cup qualification in such spectacular fashion on Saturday.

The question is whether a second-string France team is still capable of defeating a Finland team on the verge of making history.

Les Bleus’ thrashing of Kazakhstan at the weekend was an outlier in their qualification campaign, with over 2.5 goals in only one of their seven matches.

Finland has been in good scoring form throughout the campaign, but they have struggled against the bigger teams, with Markku Kanerva’s men failing to score in matches against France, Belgium, Russia, and Sweden in 2021.

As a result, opposing a high-scoring game on Tuesday night makes a lot of sense and appears to be the best way to approach this game.

Finland vs France tips & predictions

 

Under 2.5 goals is priced at a healthy looking 4/5 (1.80) while both teams to score ‘no’ is available at the same price.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.

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