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UEFA European Championship prediction - Greece VS France

UEFA European Championship prediction - Greece VS France

UEFA European Championship
- Greece VS France
Match Time: 19-11-2023 03:45 Sunday (GMT+8)
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Greece: Gus Poyet is without Petros Mantalos and Dimitrios Kourbelis through suspension so Andreas Bouchalakis and Dimitrios Pelkas should come in to start. Manolis Siopis and Dimitrious Goutas missed the New Zealand friendly win and could return against the French.
Greece possible starting lineup(4-3-3):
Vlachodimos; Baldock, Mavropanos, Retsos, Tsimikas; Bakasetas, Bouchalakis, Pelkas; Konstantelias, Giakoumakis, Masouras

France: Debutant and goal scorer Warren Zaire-Emery had his first taste of senior international soccer ended prematurely by injury so he misses out in Greece having already been sent back to Paris Saint-Germain with a badly sprained ankle. Youssouf Fofana, Boubacar Kamara or Khephren Thuram could now start in midfield. Alsom expect Deschamps to rotate with top spot and Pot 1 secured with Jules Kounde, Lucas Hernandez, Brice Samba and Randal Kolo Muani all hopeful of starting.
France possible starting lineup(4-2-3-1):
Samba; Kounde, Saliba, Disasi, L. Hernandez; Fofana, Rabiot; Dembele, Griezmann, Mbappe; Kolo Muani

Greece vs France Head-to-Head and Key Numbers
France and Greece have met 20 times in the past. France have won 14 times while Greece have won just twice. Four matches have ended in a draw.
Greece have picked up just a single win in their last 15 meetings with France across all competitions, a 1-0 win at the 2004 Euro quarter-finals.
Greece have lost three and won just two of their last five Euro qualifiers.
France have scored 27 goals in the Euro qualifiers while conceding just one.
France have won eight and lost just one of their last nine matches across all competitions.

Prediction Greece 0-2 France
France are unlikely to run riot against a defensively sturdy Greek side like they did against Gibraltar. However, Deschamps' men are likely to look to keep their momentum going and that should be enough to get a comfortable win here.
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