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France v Croatia Betting Tips: 16/1 and 20/1 dabble of the day plays for the World Cup final

1:34 PM WAT 15/07/2018
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Les Bleus and the Vatreni face off for the ultimate prize in football and dabblebet have two multi-market longshots ahead of the showpiece in Moscow

After over four weeks of football, the World Cup final is finally here.

France play Croatia in Moscow for the biggest prize in the sport and dabblebet have two longshot dabble of the day plays to get stuck into.

One of the multi-market bets features Les Bleus lifting the Jules Rimet, whilst the other would see Zlatko Dalic’s men join the elite group of countries to have won the tournament.

France to win, Mbappe to score, BTTS, Over 8 goal kicks for Croatia at 20/1

France are favourites to win the match in 90 minutes at 19/20 (1.95), which comes as little surprise considering they have seen off Argentina, Uruguay and Belgium in the knockout stages.

Teenage sensation Kylian Mbappe put in a performance stunning performance in the last 16 as he scored twice and won a penalty against Argentina, but having failed to net since, he will be determined to make amends.

Although France have kept four clean sheets in this World Cup, Croatia will be confident of breaching that defence considering they have scored in eight of their last nine matches.

Croatia to lift the Trophy, Modric to score, Over 6 corners in the match at 16/1

For those who see 7/2 (4.50) underdogs winning the World Cup for this first time, this dabble of the day will appeal. Unlike the 20/1 (21.0) shot above, this only requires Croatia to lift the trophy by any means.

The Vatreni have required extra time or penalties in all three of their knockout stage matches so far, and may see their best chance of beating France via the same route.

Luka Modric, who will likely claim the Golden Ball if Croatia lift the trophy, is his country’s leading goalscorer and the fact he takes penalties also makes this 16/1 (17.0) shot look appealing.

All six of Croatia’s matches have seen over six corners, whilst three of France’s have, meaning this part of the best should have little trouble landing.