France vs Poland Predictions and Best Odds for December 4

Kylian Mbappe training ahead of France vs Poland

The World Cup Round of 16 continues with a clash of two European sides. The winners of Group D take on the runners-up from Group C, who needed goal difference to make it through the group stage. A showdown with the winner of England vs Senegal awaits the victor.

France vs Poland Predictions and Best Odds for Last 16 Match

France Run of Form

Les Bleus have been looking like a real threat in this campaign. A heavily rotated first team may have lost their last game with Tunisia, but two strong wins to start the tournament guaranteed them a knockout stage spot either way.

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After a disappointing run in the Nations League earlier in the year, one of the most talented teams in the world is fulfilling its potential.

Poland Run of Form

Poland has won just three competitive games in all of 2022. They scraped through the group stage of this World Cup thanks to a 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia but have otherwise not been up to par.

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To say this team are pretenders taking on real contenders would be an understatement.

France vs Poland Head to Head

Despite both nations being in Europe, the two sides haven’t played one another in 10 years. That doesn’t change the fact that Les Bleus have a fantastic record against their Last 16 opposition. Out of the 16 games between them, Didier Deschamps’ team have won eight, with five ending in draws, meaning only three wins for The Eagles

France vs Poland Prediction

Czesław Michniewicz is likely to see his side’s run in this tournament come to an end. While France are far from perfect, they have been able to turn it on when it matters. There’s a big quality gap between the teams and that’s likely to come into effect as the World Cup reaches crunch time.

Current Betting Odds: France vs Poland

Les Bleus are the firm favourites with SkyBet who have them at 2/7 odds of advancing. Poland are the clear underdogs at 10/1.

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