France will face Croatia in Matchday 4 of UEFA Nations League 2022/2023, on June 13, from 20.45 CET. The game will take place at Stade de France, Paris.
The world champions occupy the fourth place in Group A1 with two points. Didier Deschamps's side failed to win in the first three rounds: 1-2 vs Denmark, 1-1 vs Croatia and 1-1 vs Austria.
On the other side, Croatia beat Denmark (1-1), ended in a draw against France (1-1) and suffered a defeat against Austria (0-3). Croatia never won a game against France.Bet on France - Croatia with 1xBet
Best bets on France vs Croatia
Bookmakers from 1xBet see France as the favourites for this game with 1.56 odds to win in Paris. Croatia has solid 6.70 odds to win on the road. A draw at Stade de France will cost 4.44.
Bet365 offers 1.90 for Total Over 3 and 1.93 for Total Under 3.
Also, Betway offers 2.02 for "both teams to score - yes" and 1.75 for "both teams to score - no".
Where to Watch France vs Croatia
The game France vs Croatia will be televised on TF1. The broadcast from Stade de France begins at 20.35 CET, ten minutes before the start of the match.
League A, Group 1: France, Denmark, Croatia, Austria.Bet on France - Croatia with 1xBet
All you need to know about UEFA Nations League
This is the third edition of UEFA Nations League. The competition will consist of three leagues of 16 teams each and a fourth of seven, the make-up decided by promotions and relegations from that second running.
The four group winners in League A will advance to the knockout Finals, while the group winners in the other three leagues will all be promoted for the next edition.
The teams finishing fourth in the groups in Leagues A and B will be relegated.
Teams in League A
- Group A1: France, Denmark, Croatia, Austria;
- Group A2: Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Czech Republic;
- Group A3: Italy, Germany, England, Hungary;
- Group A4: Belgium, Netherlands, Poland, Wales;
Group A1 Ranking
France vs Croatia: possible lineups
- France (3-4-1-2): Maignan - Kounde, Saliba, Kimpembe - Clauss, Guendouzi, Tchouameni, T. Hernandez - Nkunku - Mbappe, Ben Yedder;
- Croatia (4-2-3-1): Livakovic - Stanisic, Vida, Caleta-Car, Juranovic - Modric, Kovacic - Vlasic, Pasalic, Orsic - Kramaric;