France are in action again on Tuesday in their final UEFA Euro 2024 qualifier against Greece in Athens with Les Bleus boasting a 100% winning record in Group B so far. Didier Deschamps’ men in record-breaking fashion over the weekend while the Netherlands ensured that, by beating Republic of Ireland, the Greeks must now go through the playoffs to reach Germany next summer. The 2004 champions have missed the last two Euros but were quarterfinalists in 2012 as they seek to end their 12-year absence from the tournament. France are confirmed as qualified, top of Group B and also Pot 1 seeds as well but a win in Athens would complete their 100% qualifying campaign.
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How to watch and odds
- Date: Tuesday, Nov. 21 | Time: 2:45 p.m. ET
- Location: OPAP Arena — Athens, Greece
- Odds: Greece +450; Draw: +290; France -167
- Live stream: Fubo (try for free)
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Greece: Gus Poyet is without Petros Mantalos and Dimitrios Kourbelis through suspension so Andreas Bouchalakis and Dimitrios Pelkas should come in to start. Manolis Siopis and Dimitrious Goutas missed the New Zealand friendly win and could return against the French.
Potential Greece XI: Vlachodimos; Baldock, Mavropanos, Retsos, Tsimikas; Bakasetas, Bouchalakis, Pelkas; Konstantelias, Giakoumakis, Masouras.
France: Paris Saint-Germain with a badly sprained ankle. Youssouf Fofana, Boubacar Kamara or Khephren Thuram could now start in midfield. Alsom expect Deschamps to rotate with top spot and Pot 1 secured with Jules Kounde, Lucas Hernandez, Brice Samba and Randal Kolo Muani all hopeful of starting.had his first taste of senior international soccer ended prematurely by injury so he misses out in Greece having already been sent back to
Potential France XI: Samba; Kounde, Saliba, Disasi, L. Hernandez; Fofana, Rabiot; Dembele, Griezmann, Mbappe; Kolo Muani.
France will look to finish with a flourish despite resting a number of regular starters while Greece will be keen to end Les Bleus’ winning streak as they gear up for the playoffs. Expect another tight encounter but with the French edging it. Pick: Greece 1, France 2.