France welcomes Gibraltar to the Allianz Riviera on Saturday in their Euro 2024 qualification Group B matchup. In the penultimate match between the two countries.
First meets worst. With two games remaining, Les Bleus have already been declared the group winners, while their wounded and broken opponents have not yet earned a point in the section.
France vs Gibraltar
France, who are now bottom of Group B and still seeking their first tournament point, will visit Gibraltar on Saturday night after they qualified for EURO 2024 with two games remaining.
Since losing to Argentina in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in penalties, France has been unbeatable. Since the 2022 World Cup final, Les Bleus have participated in six competitive games as qualifiers for EURO 2024. They have won all six of these games, totaling 13 goals scored and only one goal allowed. As a result, Didier Deschamps’ team has earned a spot in the European Championship for the ninth consecutive year.
Deschamp, who has lost the race in the previous five iterations, plans to use the two remaining qualifiers to get ready for the competition in the summer of next year.
In the meantime, Gibraltar was attempting to make it to the European Championship for the first time since their UEFA membership in 2013. It appears that Los Llanis will not end their European Championship qualification campaign with a single point, as they did their last two times around. The team led by Julio César Ribas has dropped its last two games against the Netherlands and France. They have already lost all six of their previous games.
France has won all six of their qualifying matches and has been playing exceptionally well lately. They also enjoy a strong record when playing Gibraltar. Moreover, Gibraltar’s miserable record is highlighted by the fact that they have dropped their last six qualifying games. They face a formidable French team that has won all six of their qualifying matches while allowing just one, thus it appears unlikely that they will register any points.
Les Bleus have only scored 13 goals in their last six games, thus Gibraltar should be able to control the defense.
France’s offensive line, led by Kylian Mbappe of PSG, is terrifying as the club has scored nine goals in only their last four games. Though only six of those goals were scored in the first half, this weekend’s outcome should be different.
With an average of three goals conceded per game and nine goals in their past two European Championship qualifying matches, Gibraltar has the worst defense in Group B. The team of Julio César Ribas has also given up at least two goals in the first half of their previous three games across all competitions.
Tip: France to Score First Half / Under 4.5 Goals
France to Score First Half – ✅
Under 4.5 Goals – ❌
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