The 2022 FIFA World Cup Free Tips Predictions for France vs Denmark which is a group D encounter is now out on SuperSports24.
France can seal a place in the knockout stages of the 2022 World Cup when they resume Group D duties against Denmark at Stadium 974 on Saturday evening.
Les Bleus thumped Australia 4-1 this week to kick off the defence of their crown in perfect fashion, while Kasper Hjulmand‘s men were held to a goalless draw by Tunisia.
The reigning world champion will have to meet Denmark in their next challenge in the World Cup.
France were behind against Australia in the opening stages. On the one hand, because defender Hernandez was seriously injured and, on the other hand, because Australia took the 1-0 lead.
After all slowly but surely, thanks to the individual class of Kylian Mbappe, the rest of the team prevailed after that.
Apart from a few careless mistakes and a somewhat sluggish build-up in between, Didier Deschamps men finally won 4-1 against courageous but playfully limited Australians.
The Danes weren’t able to win their first group game but that was because the Scandinavians played against Tunisia who were playing brilliantly.
The Eagles of Carthage have to be given a huge compliment for their extremely strong performance, with which they could have caused problems even for the French.
Now the starting position of the Scandinavians is a little bit controversial. Because now they are in a race for the 2nd place with Tunisia.
Our 2022 FIFA World Cup Free Tips Predictions for France vs Denmark is a home win for the defending champions.
The other group D encounter between Tunisia Vs Australia is expected to end in either a win for Tunisia or a worse scenario being a draw.
2022 FIFA World Cup Free Tips Predictions for France vs Denmark
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The reigning world champions are sitting pretty at the top of Group D and will be guaranteed a ticket to the knockout rounds with victory, and they could even confirm top spot should they win and Tunisia’s showdown with Australia end in a draw.