France challenge Netherlands on Thursday’s Fifa 2018 World Cup qualification (Uefa) as they push for their 15th appearance in Russia.
Didier Deschamps’s men are adrift Sweden on goal difference in Group A having garnered 13 points from six duels.
Le Bleu lost to Sweden in their last qualifier but a win in a recent friendly against England should serve as a big boost to the side.
France recorded a barren draw with Belarus in one of the qualification games and it will not be out of place for the game to end in a deadlock as the betting company is offering (4.00) for this to happen in the clash.
On the other hand, the Oranje are on the third spot with 10 points and they will be gunning for the maximum points as well. They have also been impressive in their last three games while racking a number of goals in the process. Bet9ja is putting up (6.40) for Dick Advocaat‘s charges to cause an upset for their hosts.
Netherlands have scored 16 goals in their last six encounters but the outing will not be expected to produce a lot of goals going by the strengths of both sides, as such; the betting firm is offering (1.26) for not more than two goals to surface in the challenge.