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  • France vs Belarus Predictions: France Head to Russia in Style

France vs Belarus Predictions: France Head to Russia in Style

19:45 Tuesday 10 October 2017
Simon Milham
  • A France victory will see them top their qualifying group
  • France conceded just 5 goals in nine games
  • Belarus scored in 4 of last 5 meetings – Both Teams Score @21/10 Unibet
  • France have scored 10 group goals at home – Over 3.5 Goals @ 4/5 Coral
  • Match starts on October,  10 at 21:45 

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Match Preview

There is no shame in winning ugly. Winning is all that counts. France won for the first time ever in Bulgaria on Saturday, an early strike from midfielder Blaise Matuidi being enough to secure a 1-0 win and top spot in World Cup Qual. UEFA Group A.

Les Bleus, a point clear of Sweden, will win the group should they defeat Belarus in this final group clash. Belarus have managed five points from nine games and they have lost five of their last six in the group, their sole win coming at home to Bulgaria in June.

And while Belarus managed a goalless draw with France in Minsk, back in September 2016, our France vs Belarus preview and soccer predictions suggest that victory will be a near formality for Didier Deschamps’ men, who are unbeaten in their last four meetings and have lost just once in this qualification campaign.

Our France vs Belarus predictions point to plenty of goals and the hosts are not expected to leave anything to chance.

France vs Belarus Prediction and Betting Advice

France have conceded just five goals in nine group games and our France vs Belarus betting tips reflect the fact that France’s penchant for a clean sheet – they have not conceded a goal in their last three World Cup Qual. UEFA Group A games – is a trend that may come to an end. Belarus have failed to score in their last three group games on the road and have managed just one goal away from home in the qualifiers.

Yet sometimes it pays to go against the grain and history tells us that Belarus has traditionally done well against Les Blues, scoring at least once in four of their five previous meetings. With midfield enforcer N’Golo Kante ruled out through injury, Belarus may be able to enjoy a little more possession and may well be worth backing to nick a goal. Both teams to score is over-priced and the value lies with Unibet.

France managed 10 goals in their first three games in Paris before being astonishingly held goalless by Luxembourg, while Belarus have shipped 10 goals in total in their last four qualifiers. France’s attacking options, combined with what is likely to be a celebratory atmosphere at the Stade de France, leads us to conclude that a similar goals-tally average for both sides is plausible.

Belarus showed plenty of fight in going down 3-1 at home to the Netherlands on Saturday, with the Dutch only sealing the points in the final six minutes. Yet this is a much more daunting test in front of an expectant home crowd.

There are plenty of France vs Belarus bets that appear tempting, but the one that stands out is the goals tally. While Belarus are worth backing to score, France’s scoring record at home is impressive and Descamps’ men have a point to prove after a couple of below-par displays. The soccer odds are often valued at Coral and they don’t let us down with their Over 3.5 Goals quote. There could be plenty of goals in this one as France book their place for Russia 2018.