Match Preview:France vs Denmark


Denmark take on France at the Stadion

Luzhniki in Moscow on Tuesday afternoon

with the situation pretty clear for both

sides.

The Danes need a point to stave off

Australia, who will be going all out for a win

over Peru, in the other Group C game at the

same time.

Denmark also come into this with a better

goal difference than Australia as well as

their three point advantage.

Denmark saw off Peru in their opener and

then bagged a point against Australia that

keeps them in the driving seat to qualify as

second place in Group C.

France need a point to confirm top spot in

Group C and with two wins from two have, as

expected, looked like one of the best sides in

Russia 2018.

Les Bleus have beaten both Peru and

Australia so far without ever looking like

they were playing at their maximum.

With the two best teams on paper in the

group being left apart, the best match in

Group C should provide excitement and

drama.

Didier Deschamps is tipped to heavily change

his side for the match against Denmark, to

rest key stars and give squad players a

chance.

In truth, this could work out quite badly for

Denmark, thanks to the strength of the Les

Bleus reserves and their desire to impress

Deschamps.

Denmark are unlikely to make wholesale

changes but they have struggled to score

goals, even during a fantastic run during

2018.

Of course, Christian Eriksen is Denmark’s

main man and if he plays well on Tuesday,

then anything is possible.