France Attempt To Get Revenge On Turkey In UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier
While we may have the end of the international break in sight with next weekend marking the return of the domestic game, there’s still a great deal that needs to be resolved in regards to the immediate future of the European Championship qualifiers. We still don’t know the identity of most of the nations that are planning on competing in next summer’s extravaganza, and that can only be a good thing when it comes to seeing high level drama on the international stage. Today, we’re going to be taking a look at a particularly intriguing clash between France and Turkey which is set to go down tomorrow.
France’s latest six game stretch began with a simple yet important 2-0 friendly win over Bolivia, before they surprisingly dropped a shock 2-0 loss to Turkey. They bounced back immediately with a 4-0 triumph over Andorra, before proceeding to stick four past Albania – and then another three past Andorra in their next outing. In their latest game just a few short days ago, they edged past Iceland with a narrow 1-0 triumph. In this upcoming clash, Giroud will hope to thrive once again alongside Griezmann as fans await more news over the fitness of Kante.
Turkey’s last six game spell has proven how much they’ve grown as a team in the last few years, mainly from a defensive point of view. They registered back to back 2-0 wins over Uzbekistan and France respectively, and while they did lose 2-1 against Iceland in a close tie, they got back on track with a 1-0 win over Andorra. They then stuck four past Moldova without conceding, and in their last game, they beat Albania 1-0. Tosun and Calhanoglu will attempt to steady the ship once again as the leading attacking forces for Turkey in their quest to do the double.
France vs Turkey Betting Prediction
We can’t see Turkey causing France anywhere near as many problems in this game as they did in their 2-0 win and that much is just kind of obvious to us. They’re still going to be one of the leading contenders in their group to qualify, but this just isn’t going to be their night. The French are too strong when they decide to take that step up to the next level, and we’re anticipating that to happen here. It’s probably going to be quite tense and nervous for the first hour or so, but Les Bleus will take over.