France, as the host nation for the 2016 European Championships, have not had to endure a tough qualifying campaign, which means they should be fresh and ready to show the world what they are capable of. Didier Dechamps’ side seem to have everything going for them, their talented squad has plenty of talent in defence, a superb midfield, and a strong frontline, which makes no wonder that they go into the Euro 2016 tournament as +333 joint favorites with Germany and -275 to win Group A.
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Should France, as expected, progress from their group, you will find their upcoming game schedule in the table below.
France’s Euro 2016 Group A games kick off on June 10 with a tie versus Romania in Saint-Denis. On June 15, they play Albania in Marseille, before their final game in Lille Metropole against Switzerland on June 19.
What Are The Current France Standings
France are expected to top Group A with ease, let us discover how close they are to doing that with the current France standings.
France Online Betting Tips
We mentioned earlier that France won both Euro 84 and the 1998 World Cup when they were the host nation, and bookmakers see them making it a hat trick of tournament wins on home soil.
France will be short-priced favorites in all of their group games, which means you may have to make a parlay bet in order to extract the most value.
Look to Paul Pogba for a potential star of the tournament, although it is unlikely, without Benzema, that France’s squad will have the Golden Boot winner in it.
France will be delighted with their group, Group A, as it is one of the weaker groups in the tournament. Les Bleus face off against Switzerland, Romania, and Albania during the group stages and should win all three games.
Fans of France, and neutrals alike, will be disappointed that Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema will be left out of the Euro 2016 squad after being suspended indefinitely from the French team after attempting to blackmail team-mate Mathieu Valbuena.
But even without Benzema, the French have enough firepower to hurt almost every team at Euro 2016, and we would expect the talented midfielder Paul Pogba to be one of the players of the tournament.
It is worth noting that France won Euro 84 and the 1998 World Cup when they were hosts, can they make it a hat trick of trophies on home soil?