France is a favourite for the cup, and it’s rightly so. France is currently fourth favourite for the trophy, after Brazil, Spain and Germany. France has odds of winning the cup at 6/1. The French squad has a special feeling and can feel closer to each other after the narrow loss to Portugal at Euro 2016.
France’s odds of winning the World Cup are about 6/1, largely because of their squad depth. This team boasts amazing talent, including Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante, Antoine Greizmann and Hugeo Loriz in goal. Their second team is so strong that notable players such as Anthony Martial or Karim Benzema will not be included in the squad.
France is a favourite after Russia’s success. Les Bleus won their second World Cup title thanks to an aggressive defense, a skilled midfielder and a complementing front three.
Raphael Varane and Samuel Umtiti, centre-backs, would be welcomed into any top European club’s starting XI. No other country can match the energy, tenacity, and flair that BlaiseMatuidi and N’Golo Kante bring to the engine room.
It was impossible to have predicted that the three Euros ‘Group of Death’ teams would be eliminated in the quarter-finals. France, Portugal, and Spain were all eliminated at the quarter-finals. Didier Deschamps’ team was 5/1.
France is just 6/1 to win the World Cup in Qatar. The French have the best squad in football and Kylian Mbappe is still just 23 when the World Cup starts.
France has a wide selection of defenders and should be able, even with some long-term injuries, to bring eight players. Benjamin Mendy is likely to miss the season so Didier Deschamps will take his place. He will be replaced by Barcelona full-back Lucas Digne (24), who will be supported up by layvin Kurzawa (25), of PSG.Last Updated on October 2, 2021