Thursday, August 18, 2022

France double chance against Germany 4/9 for Tuesday’s European Championship showdown

Competition: European Championships

Market: France double chance

Odds: 4/9 @ 888sport

In a battle between two European heavyweights, Germany and France will meet in Munich on Tuesday night for their opening Group F meeting.

Starting with France, managing to land themselves a pair of routine 3-0 victories against Wales and Bulgaria in preparation last week, The Blues open their European adventure tipped as one of the leading contenders. Manging to prove that their 1-1 draw against Ukraine in March’s World Cup qualifying opener was just a minor blip, the defending world champions have also continued to shine while on foreign soil. Welcoming Real Madrid talisman Karim Benzema back into their squad after a free-scoring run with Los Blancos this season, Head Coach Didier Deschamps has seen his high-flying team win each of their last eight straight matchups outside of Paris, a run that has seen them concede just a single goal. Landing themselves a 2-1 win when they last faced off against Tuesday’s opponents back in 2018, France should be hoping to open their adventure with a flurry.

As for Germany, backed by what should be a noisy home support despite opening Tuesday’s meeting as the guests on paper, The Whites would have been relieved to have made a welcomed return to winning ways last week. Breezing past Latvia thanks to what was a thumping 7-1 win on home soil, the former world champions have still shown a host of inconsistencies since their disappointment out in Russia three years ago. With it already confirmed that Head Coach Joachim Löw will be leaving his post come the end of the summer, Germany stunned many across Europe as they suffered an infamous 2-1 defeat against North Macedonia earlier in the year. In fact, winning just six of their last 13 matchups across all formats and holding a torrid winless record against Les Bleus, we’re backing a tough night for Nationalelf.

Bet: France double chance against Germany 4/9 for Tuesday’s European Championship showdown @ 888sport


Tom Dunstan

Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan



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