Welcome to our France vs Wales betting tips, prediction and odds analysis ahead of their friendly international on Wednesday.
Both teams will be looking to use the game to experiment with different players and formations ahead of the upcoming European Championships.
Head To Head
The teams last met in a friendly international back in November 2017 with France winning 2-0.
France have won three out of their five international games against Wales dating back to 1933.
The last time that Wales beat France was in a friendly back in June 1982.
Latest France results
France won their last game 1-0 against Bosnia and Herzegovina in March.
France have won five out of their last six competitive games.
The last time that France lost was in a 2-0 Euro qualifier against Turkey in June 2019.
Latest Wales results
Wales last game was a World Cup qualifier in March in which they beat the Czech Republic 1-0.
Wales have won their last two international games (against Czech Republic and Mexico).
Wales have won five out of their last six games (losing once in that time, a 3-1 defeat to Belgium).
Both teams enter the game in relatively good form though it must be said that France do have the better team. Wales may push the French but in the end I expect them to be outclassed 2-0 by the better side.
Anytime Goal Scorers
France- Karim Benzema- Making his comeback to the French national team, the veteran striker will be looking to readapt to international football and bag himself more goals.
Wales- Gareth Bale- Wales really need good form from their captain if they are to do well in the European Championships. He is capable of unlocking the French defence.
Our Odds And Tips In Detail
France will be looking to add to their 2018 World Cup crown and win the European Championships. To do so, it is imperative that they pick out their best formations and players. They should be able to outplay Wales and win this game 2-0.
Best bet- Bet on France to win-Betway-odd-1.26
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