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France vs Wales Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

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France vs Wales Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

France vs Wales predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

France vs Wales predictions for Friday’s International friendly at the Stade de France. Les Bleus will take a big step towards World Cup qualification with a win. Read on for all our France vs Wales free predictions and Betting Tips.

France vs Wales predictions, match date, time and kickoff

The France vs Wales match date and time is set. France vs Wales fixture is on Friday, 10 November and game kick-off time is 20:00 BST at Stade de France.

Date: Friday, 10 November
Time: 20:00 BST
Stadium: Stade de France, Paris

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France vs Wales predictions

Here are the best France vs Wales odds and our France vs Wales Predictions and Betting Tips. Here are the best odds for a Wales Win, Draw and France win.

Home Win Best Odds: 1.25 with Unibet

Away Win Best Odds: 15.00 with bet365

Draw Best Odds: 5.50 with bet365

Our France vs Wales prediction

France haven’t been particularly convincing recently, but Wales are without star man Gareth Bale. We’re backing a home win at 1.25 with Unibet. Below you can read the reasons for our France vs Wales predictions.

France vs Wales Correct Score Predictions

We expect France to win 3-0 at 7.50 with Unibet

France vs Wales First Goal Scorer Prediction

We expect Kylian Mbappe To Score First at 5.50 with bet365

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France vs Wales Betting Tips

Reasons For France vs Wales predictions & Betting Tips

France are the favourites for this match with odds of 1.25 with Unibet, with Wales the outsiders at 15.00 with bet365 to cause an upset at the Stade de France.

International friendlies can be hard to predict, but given that France qualified for the World Cup and come up against a Wales side without Gareth Bale, we expect them to win here.

Didier Deschamps is expected to rotate and give chances to young players such as Kylian Mbappe, Nabil Fekir, Corentin Tolisso and Adrien Rabiot.

The youngsters are always popular with the fans, particularly Mbappe who we are backing to score first against Wales at 5.50 with bet365.

The Dragons are a force to be reckoned, but may be lacking motivation given their failure to reach Russia 2018. This will also be a chance for them to experiment and rebuild.

When France are on it they can beat anybody, as Holland found out back in September when they were beaten 4-0 in a friendly by Les Bleus.

With the pressure off the home side, we’re predicting a similar type of outcome here. A 3-0 home win is priced at 7.50 with bet365.

France vs Wales Match Previews

France vs Wales Form

France host Wales at the Stade de France in Paris on Friday night. This will be a good chance for manager Didier Deschamps to experiment and test new players ahead of the World Cup. Wales also have a chance to rebuild following their failure to qualify for Russia 2018.

France Form

Les Bleus won their group, coming through fairly comfortable in the end despite some scares along the way. They are unbeaten in their last five matches.

France Form: WWDWWL

Wales Form

After reaching the semi-finals at Euro 2016, Wales’ failure to make the World Cup came as a big shock. Gareth Bale’s absence was and still is a huge loss for them.

Wales Form: LWWWDD

France vs Wales Team News

France vs Wales Head To Head (H2H)

The two teams have only met four times previously, and have never played in a competitive match. This is their first meeting in 35 years, Wales winning the last meeting in a friendly in France back in 1982. Can history repeat itself on Friday night?

France vs Wales stats

France Games won: 2
Games drawn: 1
Wales Games won: 1

France Team News

Didier Deschamps is without midfield trio Ngolo Kante, Paul Pogba and Thomas Lemar due to injury. Raphael Varane is in the squad despite being sidelined for most of Real Madrid’s recent matches. Presnel Kimpembe, Benjamin Pavard and Steven N’Zonzi could all make their debuts.

Wales Team News

As mentioned, the big news for Wales is the absence of Gareth Bale. He also missed their final two World Cup qualifiers, which ultimately proved costly. Hal Robson-Kanu and James Collins are also out, the latter announcing his retirement after the qualifying campaign. There is a first call-up for Chelsea’s 17 year-old midfielder Ethan Ampadu.

France vs Wales predictions

France to win at 1.25 with Unibet

France vs Wales Correct Score Prediction

France to win 3-0 at 7.50 with bet365

France vs Wales Predictions International Friendly

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