Today the ” Gallic ” France will face the ” Matador ” Spain in the final of the UEFA Nations League.
Since winning the last World Cup, the French team’s performance has been very unstable in recent years.
They falter in the last UEFA Nations League, and could not compete for the title. Although this year’s European Cup reached the last 16, sent home by the Swiss team.
The team’s lineup is a collection of famous players, with top stars sitting on all 3 lines. The front line has top scorers such as Mbappe, Benzema and Griezmann, the midfield is led by Pogba and Rabio, and the back line has Varane, Kim Pembe and others. The total value of the team currently reaches 978 million euros.
Their recent form has improved, with two consecutive wins, ending an embarrassing string of draws. The Gauls overturned the European Red Devils Belgium in the UEFA Europa League semi-final last time, and then entered the UEFA Europa League final.
In the pre-match press conference, the manager Didier Deschamps also made some comments on the opponent, saying: “Spain has more possession of the ball against any opponent. If you watch their previous match with Italy you will see that they did a very good job of pressing their opponents. Teams that can’t control the ball tend to lose power and we will try to fight for more of the possession.”
Spain has seen a decline in the strength of its squad in recent years. In this year’s Euros, the team has stumbled. Although they reached the semi-finals, they only got one win in regular time. The good thing is that in the World Qualifying Tournament, the team is currently ranked first in the group with 12 points, 4 points ahead of the team behind Ukraine, which is a relatively obvious lead.
The team’s recent performance is impressive, with three consecutive victories, especially in the semifinals of the UEFA Europa League, where the team defeated the giant Italian team in blue 2-1 to reach the final.
The Spanish team’s current call-up list has raised many questions from fans. In the absence of top stars sitting in the team, the manager Enrique still refused to call up any of the Real Madrid players.
As for the past meetings between the two teams, France has won 2, drawn 1 and lost 5 against Spain in 8 matches, making it an underdog.
France’s lineup is absolutely strong and recently regained its form, harvesting 2 consecutive wins; Spain’s recent results are also not bad, although the lineup is not as strong as the opponent, but still made 3 consecutive wins.
The French team is expected to remain undefeated in regular time in this game.
Prediction:France win or draw @1.415
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