France vs Australia Match Prediction and Betting Tips 22nd November 2022 – France vs Australia Head-to-Head: The 2022 FIFA World Cup is back with another crucial fixture this week as Australia takes on Didier Deschamps’ France at the Al Janoub Stadium on Tuesday.
Australia fought their way to the World Cup with a penalty shoot-out win against Peru and are the underdogs in Group D. The Socceroos have had to deal with some injury concerns and will need to play their hearts out in this fixture.
France, on the other hand, is a genuine contender for the trophy again this year and has one of the best teams in the competition. The defending champions suffered a crushing 2-0 defeat against Denmark in their last match and have a lot to prove this week.
France vs Australia Match Prediction and Betting Tips 22nd November 2022
France’s football team is looking good but will be missing some key players going into the FIFA World Cup. With Karim Benzema out for the duration of the tournament, players like Kylian Mbappe and Olivier Giroud will have to step up and shoulder the burden of scoring goals.
Australia has had its share of memorable moments at World Cups in the past but will need to dig deep to make a mark in the tournament this year. France is the better team at the moment and should be able to win this game.
France vs Australia Betting Tips
Match Win – France
Game to have over 2.5 goals – Yes
France to score first – Yes
Kylian Mbappe to score – Yes
France vs Australia Head-to-Head
France has a good record against Australia and out of the five matches played between the two teams, France has won three.
The two teams clashed in the 2018 season of the competition, with France winning 2–1. Australia achieved their only victory in the 2001 FIFA Confederations Cup against France, with Clayton Zane scoring the only goal in a 1–0 victory.
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France qualified for their 16th World Cup and seventh in a row – the longest in their history. France has reached the final of the FIFA World Cup in three of the last six editions – more than any other country during this period. France won the FIFA World Cup in 2018.