France vs Peru Betting Odds: team news, recent form and predictions
Updated on: Jun 20, 2018 8:16 pm IST
Both France and Peru will play their second match in the 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage in the Yekaterinburg Arena at 1600 hours. France may not have played that well in their first game but they did manage to score 3 points of that game despite being underwhelming against Socceroos. The Australia outplayed themselves and they did held the game till the 80th minute but the a shot from Paul Pogba got deflected and found the back of the Australian net and the Aussies had to settle for a defeat in that game. But this was one France’s great start to a major tournament as they failed to win their opening matches in a major tournament in five out of seven times and as the tournament progresses it is believed that Les Blues will find their way in the tournament. All hope for Peru is lost for the World Cup and it is tragic as they made the world cup appearance after 36 years and soon it will come to an end.
According to bet365 the odds of Peru winning this game is 11/2, odds of drawing this game is 3 and the odds of France winning this game is 8/13. Similar odds have been provided by skybet too as their odds for Peru emerging out victorious are 5 and probability for a draw is 29/10 and for France to win the odds are 8/13. Betfair odd for Peru is 5, for France is 8/13 and the odds of this match ending in a draw are 31/10.
Edinson Flores is expected to start the game for the Peruvians on the bench and Paolo Guerrero will lead the side in this game after missing out on their first game. Jefferson Farfan is also expected to start the game from the bench. Apart from that not many changes are expected from Peru. However, for France Blaise Matuidi, Oliver Giroud and Nabil Fekir are all expected to start the game. Ousmane Demble may start the game on the bench.
France: W D W W W L
Peru: L D W W W W
Peru is most likely to come out on top after this game.
Man Of The Match:
If Peru has to win then it would fall on Paolo Guerrero and if France wins, it will be Antoine Griezmann.