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Stats, odds, evening shot: here’s everything you need to know ahead of the fight between France and South Africa!

After a last-minute victory over Côte d’Ivoire, the French team finds another African selection in Lille, South Africa. For this meeting, Didier Deschamps must change and provide playing time for all staff. So Mike Meignan will be in the starting line-up, as will many other players expected to start: Jonathan Klauss, Prenel Kimpembe, Lucas Digne, Wissam Ben Yedder… The Blues manager will once again rely on his system of three defenders, which is particularly successful for the benefit of the world champions: 9 wins out of 10 started with 3 defenders. France’s win is quoted at @1.14.

From the South African side, this is a prestigious meeting: for the first time since 2013, South Africa meets a European country. Having failed to qualify for either the last CAN or the World Cup qualifying play-offs, Hugo Broos’ (Mario’s brother) team started a new cycle this week with a 0-0 draw against Guinea. We need to find familiar faces in Ligue 1 like Keegan Dolly (ex-Montpellier) or Lyle Foster (ex-Monaco). The victory will be difficult, but Hugo Broos has made his players aware. The South African hit is 19 years old.

For the doubters, know that the draw is valued at @6.50.

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2- France won 2 home matches against South Africa: 2-1 on October 11, 1997 in a friendly match in Lens and 3-0 in the group stage of the 1998 World Cup in Marseille.

3- France will play their third match at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille after beating Jamaica on 8 June 2014 in a friendly match and drawing 0-0 against Switzerland in the group stage of UEFA EURO 2016.

19 – France are unbeaten in their last 19 matches (13 wins including last 6, 6 draws), their best streak from September 2010 to June 2012 (23).

32- France have not lost any of their last 32 home games played outside the Stade de France (22 wins, 10 draws). His last such defeat dates from 4 June 2010 against China in a friendly match at St. Pierre de la Réunion (0:1).

19 – France have scored in each of their last 19 matches (43 goals in total), the longest streak in their history. The Blues have not failed to score since November 11, 2020 in a friendly match against Finland (0-2).

nine – France have scored in each of their last 19 matches (43 goals in total), the longest streak in their history. The Blues have not failed to score since November 11, 2020 in a friendly match against Finland (0-2).

Players to follow

one. Kylian Mbappe blows

The French genius missed the game against Ivory Coast. But he must return against South Africa. And that’s good: he scored in his last 4 games for the Blues. That gave him confidence and encouraged him to keep moving forward. His goal is estimated at 1.82 points.

2. Lyle Foster nurture

A former Monaco nugget, the South African never made it to Ligue 1. After a loan spell at Cercle Brugge, he now plays in the Belgian 2nd division, Westerlo. That’s all I know about him. Forward Foster – 6.00.

Hit of the evening

MyMatch: France win by at least 3 goals and Kylian Mbappé scores 2 goals or + @6.00.

The Blues number 10 has scored 7 goals in their last 4 matches for France. In the absence of Benzema, Mbappe will become Didier Deschamps’ main strike force. Faced with a weak opponent and a system that favors him, we see Mbappé playing well and France winning by a wide margin.

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Live Algiers – Cameroon on Winamax TV!

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Once not the custom, the French team will not be honored. Vinamax TV this Tuesday! Instead, follow second leg playoffs for the world championship Algiers – Cameroon with Sowdred for comments. Streamer will give a 30-minute prematch from 21:00before start at 21:30. Then find a team Vinamax FC for a fiery meeting report at 11:30 pm!


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