As part of the preparation for the global tournament, they will be aiming to nick victory in this tie in order to build their confidence for the tourney, having endured mixed results in their last four tune-up games where they recorded two wins, one draw and one loss.
They have enjoyed massive advantage over their visitors previously, given that they have won all but one of their last four meetings and are hot favourites at (1.16) with Bet365 to continue the imposing form.
The last time Les Bleus played a stalemate with the Boys in Green was far back in 2004. However, punters who are bold can back both sides sharing the spoils at a chunky (6.50).
Martin O'Neill’s side failed to make it to the 2018 World Cup but as they continue their rebuilding process, they will be hoping to upset their hosts at a huge offer of (19.00) especially after failing to win their last three games, including a 1-0 defeat to Turkey during their last friendly game in March.
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