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France – Finland: prediction for the qualifying match for the 2022 World Cup

As part of one of the qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the teams of France and Finland will come face to face. Which side will win this fight? Our sports portal gives a forecast for this meeting.

The French got into a small crisis, since they cannot defeat the teams of nominal owners for 5 matches in a row. For 5 performances the “tricolor” ones have 9 points, and the Finns with three matches are only 4 points behind. The French national team, as part of the September training camp, played twice in a 1: 1 draw with Bosnia Herzegovina and Ukraine. France’s unbeaten streak goes back to the European Football Championship, in which the team played in a draw with Hungary, Portugal and Switzerland, and also lost to the Swiss national team after a penalty shootout.

After defeating Kazakhstan, the Suomi team managed to break out in their group to the second line, ahead of the Ukrainians in additional indicators. This was the first victory of the Scandinavians in the selection, which was brought to her by the goal of Pohjanpalo. Earlier Finland drew twice, sharing points with Ukraine and Bosnia. The victory over Kazakhstan was the second in four official games of the Scandinavians.

Statistics and figures:

France is the clear favorite of the match;
The French do not know victories over 5 matches;
In 5 previous meetings, the “tricolors” played in a draw;
Finland has a 2-match unbeaten streak;
The last face-to-face meeting of the rivals ended with a score of 2: 0 in favor of Finland.
I don’t think France will be able to defeat its opponent. Most likely, the outcome of the duel will be decided by 1-2 goals scored by the “tricolors”. In this fight, there is confidence in the bet on the home team’s reduced individual tota

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Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

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