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France vs Brazil

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Analysis of France

France has started the week with two bad news for this friendly match: Tottenham's Goalkeeper, Hugo Lloris and Lyon's Midfielder, Maxime Gonalons are both injured. In their places, will suit Josuha Guilavogui from Wolfsburg and Benoit Costil from Rennes. 
This is a very good team, especially playing at home. Benzema is one of their main threats at the attack. Ribery has already announced his retirement from the national team and will be missed. But there are more concerns: Paul Pogba is injured and unavailable for a few months when was playing the best football of his career.
Anyway, France continues to have a good bunch of quality players like Matuidi, Sissoko, Griezmann, Lacazette or Olivier Giroud, all of them capable of make a lot of imapct in their opponents.

Confirmed Lineup: S. Mandanda, M. Sakho, P. Evra, R. Varane, B. Sagna, B. Matuidi, M. Schneiderlin, M. Sissoko, M. Valbuena, A. Griezmann, K. Benzema.
Coach: D. Deschamps.

Analysis of Brazil

Brazil hasn't lost a single match since the return of Dunga - including a victory over their old rivals Argentina.
The biggest star of the team is Neymar. He is palying very well and contributing strongly for Brazil wins. The last games of "Canarinha" had lots of goals, with wins over Turkey and Japan - both by 4-0 and another one against Austria by 2-1, this one pretty difficult only solved by a superb shot from Firmino at the end.
This might be the most difficult match for Brazil since Dunga's arrival, because they play away from home against a very strong side. We should notice that France was eliminated of the World Cup by the champions Germany, after a tight affair (1-0).

Confirmed Lineup: Jefferson, Danilo, João Miranda, Thiago Silva, Filipe Luis, Luiz Gustavo, Elias, Willian, Oscar, Roberto Firmino, Neymar.
Coach: Dunga.

Betting suggestion:

Brazil has only beaten France once in their last seven meetings - at home. Now, they play at France at Stade de France, place where they lost the World Cup Final of 1998, precisely against France. We expect a very interesting match that should test the new Brazil from Dunga. France has quality and enough players to do a good exhibition. They play at home and will try to avoid a defeat against a team they have handled in recent clashes.

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Friendlies - 2015

  • 95% 333 / 352 Games

  • Home team wins 48.65%
  • Draws 24.92%
  • Away team wins 26.43%
  • Over 1.5 70.57%
  • Over 2.5 43.24%
  • Over 3.5 25.23%
  • Goals 840
  • Goals /match 2.52
  • Goals /match home 1.57
  • Goals /match away 0.95
  • Both teams score 45.95%
  • Goals after 80' 11.67%
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