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One of the favorites to win the 2018 World Cup in Russia is France, as they are listed at odds of +550. France is one of the top seeds and will be one of the top eight teams seeded into eight groups. France is getting a lot of respect from oddsmakers, as they are listed as the second choice in the betting, behind only defending World Cup champion Germany who is listed at +500. France was a major bust in 2010 but they made a lot of progress in the 2014 World Cup, making it to the quarterfinals before losing to Germany.

France 2018 World Cup Odds: +550

France showed a lot at EURO 2016, as they made it all the way to the final before losing to Portugal. France is expected to be a major contender to win the 2018 World Cup, as they are listed as the second choice in the betting at odds of +550.

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2018 World Cup Qualifying Results

France won their Group in World Cup Qualifying but it was not as easy as many people expected, as France needed to beat Belarus in the last game to win the group and assure qualification. France went 7-1 with 2 draws in qualifying, as they outscored opponents by a combined 18-6.

2018 FIFA World Cup Groups

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Russia Portugal France Argentina
Saudi Arabia Spain Australia Iceland
Egypt Morocco Peru Croatia
Uruguay Iran Denmark Nigeria
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Brazil Germany Belgium Poland
Switzerland Mexico Panama Senegal
Costa Rica Sweden Tunisia Colombia
Serbia Korea Republic England Japan

2018 FIFA World Cup Group C Schedule

GROUP C: France - Australia - Peru - Denmark
Match Date / Time (Local Time) Venue
France vs Australia June, 16th / 13:00 Kazan Arena, Kazan
Peru vs Denmark June, 16th / 19:00 Mordovia Arena, Saransk
France vs Peru June, 21st / 17:00 Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg
Denmark vs Australia June, 21st / 19:00 Cosmos Arena, Samara
Denmark vs France June, 26th / 17:00 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Australia vs Peru June, 26th / 17:00 Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi

Players to Watch

France is led by goal keeper Hugo Lloris who plays for Tottenham in the Premier League. He has 93 caps and is the captain of France. The middle for France is one of the team’s strengths as they have Laurent Koscielny from Arsenal, Samuel Umtiti from Barcelona and Raphael Varane from Real Madrid to go along with Paul Pogba from Manchester United. The key scorer for France is Antoine Griezmann

The Coach

France has been led by Didier Deschamps since 2012. He had more success as a player than he has had as a coach, as he was the captain of France when they won the World Cup in 1998.

France World Cup History

France has made 14 appearances in the World Cup, winning one title in 1998. They scored the first goal in World Cup history, as Lucien Laurent scored against Mexico in 1939. France didn’t make it to the semifinals until 1958 and they didn’t win the World Cup until 1998. France did make the final again in 2006 but lost to Italy. France is coming off a good showing in 2014, as they made the quarterfinals. France has played 59 matches in World Cup history and scored 106 goals for an average of 1.8 goals scored per game.

France 2018 World Cup Predictions

France is getting a lot of respect from oddsmakers; perhaps too much respect. France wasn’t that impressive in qualifying and they still struggle to score goals. They do have a top keeper in Lloris but a lot of teams can say they have a top player in goal. If Griezmann doesn’t score this team is going to struggle. France is probably good enough to get out of the group stage but it is hard to see them doing enough to get past the semifinals at the 2018 World Cup.

France 2018 World Cup Roster

GK - Hugo Lloris (Captain)

GK - Steve Mandanda

GK - Alphonse Areola

DF - Christophe Jallet

DF - Jordan Amavi

DF - Raphaël Varane

DF - Samuel Umtiti

DF - Lucas Digne

DF - Djibril Sidibé

DF - Adil Rami

DF - Presnel Kimpembe

MF - Corentin Tolisso

MF - Thomas Lemar

MF - Blaise Matuidi

MF - Adrien Rabiot

MF - Moussa Sissoko

FW - Antoine Griezmann

FW - Olivier Giroud

FW - Dimitri Payet

FW - Kingsley Coman

FW - Kylian Mbappé

FW - Florian Thauvin

FW - Alexandre Lacazette

FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 - Playoff Games

Saturday, June 30th
8:00 am France 4 vs Argentina 3 Kazan Arena
12:00 pm Uruguay 2 vs Portugal 1 Fisht Stadium Sochi
Sunday, July 1st
8:00 am Spain 1 vs Russia 1 (3-4 pen) Luzhniki Moscow
12:00 pm Denmark 1 vs Croatia 1 (2-3 pen) Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
Monday, July 2nd
8:00 am Mexico 0 vs Brazil 2 Samara Arena
12:00 pm Belgium 3 vs Japan 2 Rostov Arena
Tuesday, July 3rd
8:00 am Sweden 1 vs Switzerland 0 Zenit Arena San Petersburg
12:00 pm Colombia 1 vs England 1 (3-4 pen) Spartak Stadium Moscow
Friday, July 6th
8:00 am France 2 vs Uruguay 0 Nizhny Novgorod Stadium
12:00 pm Brazil 1 vs Belgium 2 Kazan Arena
Saturday, July 7th
8:00 am Sweden 0 vs England 2 Samara Arena
12:00 pm Russia 2 vs Croatia 2 (3-4 pen) Fisht Stadium Sochi
Tuesday, July 10th
12:00 pm France 1 vs Belgium 0 Zenit Arena San Petersburgo
Wednesday, 11 July 11th
12:00 pm England 1 vs Croatia 2 Luzhniki Stadium Moscow
Saturday, July 14th
8:00 am Belgium 2 vs England 0 Zenit Arena San Petersburg
Sunday, July 15th
9:00 am France 4 vs Croatia 2 Luzhniki Stadium Moscow

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