Spain v France Prediction – UEFA Nations League – 11/10/21

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Spain v France Prediction UEFA Nations League 11 OCT 21
Kickoff: 02:45 AM (GMT +8)Stadium: San Siro

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Spain v France Prediction (UEFA Nations League) – The Nations League final is set, and it will be a battle of red against blue, as two bordering countries compete for the competition’s ultimate prize at San Siro, Milan, Italy. Will Spain’s La Roja get their first piece of silverware after a decade-long drought? Or could France’s Les Bleus see a return to form as the reigning World Champions? Have a quick look and read on for our winning tips below.

Spain v France Prediction - Head to Head

SpainStatisticFrance
16Won12
7Drawn7
63Goals scored37

Spain have had the advantage in all competitions against France, winning 4 more matches than them. They have also scored nearly twice the goals of Les Bleus in their meetings.

Spain v France Prediction - Recent Matches

DateEventHomeScoreAway
28-Mar-17International FriendlyFRA0-2ESP
04-Sep-14International FriendlyFRA1-0ESP
26-Mar-13FIFA World CupFRA0-1ESP

Spain v France Prediction - Form (All Competitions)

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After Spain got eliminated from EURO 2020 and lost narrowly to Sweden in a World Cup qualifier, they picked up three straight wins, including one over their conquerors in the EUROs, Italy. Meanwhile, France has been undefeated since losing to Switzerland on penalties from the EUROs; they drew with both Bosnia-Herzegovina and Ukraine in the World Cup qualifiers, beat Finland 2-0 and humbled Belgium 3-2 in the UNL. Let’s take an in-depth look into both teams.

Spain v France Prediction - Preview

Spain

Spainfinished atop League A Group 4 in the group stages (W3 D2 L1), having picked up 11 points and a goal difference of 10 (GF=13, GA=3). They made history by snapping Italy’s undefeated streak in the UNL semi-final, beating them 2-1 at San Siro. Ferran Torres was La Roja’s hero of the match, scoring a brace in the first half. The Spanish also enjoyed a one-man advantage going into the second half, as Leonardo Bonucci got sent off after receiving two yellow cards. Lorenzo Pellegrini provided hope for the Azzurri with a netter 7 minutes before full time, but the young Iberian squad held on to book thier place in the final. Head coach Luis Enrique lauded his side’s “almost perfect performance” against an Italy that has deflected prior challenges to their run.They now gun for their first major trophy since winning the European Championship nearly a decade ago against a resurgent France squad.

France

France ended the group stage on top of League A Group 3 (W5 D1), picking up 16 points and a goal difference of 7 (GF=12, GA=5). After falling behind two points at the half of the UNL semi-final, they came back in spectacular fashion to beat Belgium 3-2 at Juventus Stadium. It seemed like the Red Devils were in control of the match, as the first 45 minutes ended with Yannick Carrasco and Romelu Lukaku scoring within three minutes of each other. But Les Bleus were undaunted, as Karim Benzema scored on 62 minutes with an assist from Kylian Mbappe. Jan Vertonghen’s challenge a few minutes later gave France a penalty, which Mbappe converted to the level the game. And with the possibility of extra time looming, Theo Hernandez scored his first international goal at full time to complete Les Bleus’ stunning comeback. Head coach Didier Deschamps praised his team’s “strength of character”, declaring that his men will go the distance to lift their first trophy since the 2018 World Cup. They now face their neighbours across the border, whose young squad is looking to equal the feats of last decade’s “tiki-taka” warriors.

Spain - Injuries, Bans, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
PedriMeniscus injuryUnknown
Thiago AlcantaraCalf injuryMid October
Dani OlmoHip injuryMid October
Alvaro MorataHamstringMid October
Marcos LlorenteThigh injuryLate October

France - Injuries, Bans, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
N’Golo KanteCOVID-19Doubtful

Spain v France Prediction - Final Thoughts

Spain’s youthful lineup and all-around game have them pegged as the next great team in Europe. Their impressive showing at EURO 2020 and in the Nations League under Luis Enrique makes them true contenders. However, at the end of the day, France are the more-established powerhouse, and they aren’t reigning World Cup champions for nothing. They can easily counteract Spain’s attack with a well-balanced lineup, and, as seen in the Belgium clash, can deliver when their backs are against the wall. With that, let’s take a look at the prediction.

Spain v France Prediction

We will be betting on the Asian Handicap and Over/Under in Euro football odds for this match:

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France (-0.25)

Odds (1.94)
Over: 2.25 GoalsOdds: 1.90

Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing

For this UEFA Nations League Final Spain v France Prediction to win, France need to win the match in full time with a one-goal lead. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be above 2.25 goals. 

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