The French have already qualified for the knockout stage and are all but assured of the top spot in the group due to having a good goal difference of +4. As for Tunisia, they need to win and get some help from the Socceroos to advance. We take a look at some of the more popular betting markets heading into one…

We won’t know until an hour before kick-off whether France Manager Didier Deschamps is going to heavily rotate his squad to freshen it up. The general thought process seems to think that he will, although don’t expect to see Kylian Mbappe riding the pine as the 23 year-old superstar is going to want to keep up his strong goalscoring form and momentum from his opening two games. I have no doubt that the Golden Boot Award is something he’s very much looking at and with three goals in two games, he’s now the 9/4 favourite with Betfred.

Tunisia come into this game probably still a bit shocked that they lost to Australia. It wasn’t a performance to write home about and now they’ll need one of the best results in their history to move on.

We’ve added plenty of new player prop bets that are available around 24-48 hours before kick-off including tackles, assists and Shots on Target. You can check out all our latest prices for this one via the Latest Tunisia vs France Odds button below.

Latest Tunisia vs France Odds

They will take something from the fact they held a good Denmark side to a goalless draw but in reality neither side played well in that game. If they are to pull off what would be a very big upset then they’ll need to raise their game by several degrees and hope France don’t really show up.

If you like the big upset then you can get 13/2 with Betfred with the draw priced up at 16/5 and a France win actually not a terrible price at 1/2. I don’t see the French slowing down and even if they do use rotation, they will be bringing in plenty of good players and one of them is likely to be Borussia Monchengladbach striker Marcus Thuram.

World Cup Betting Odds

The young front man really impressed me when he came off the bench on Saturday and the 15/8 for him to score anytime intrigues me. Looking slightly shorter, you’ll find Mbappe is odds-against at 11/10 to hit the back of the net. If he plays, that is a good price.

BTTS is 11/10 as the markets don’t see Tunisia bucking their World Cup trend of not hitting the back of the net. In the Tunisia Total Goals market you can back them at 4/5 to score a goal or more and if you like them to grab at least a brace, 4/1 is available whereas France are odds-on at 4/6 to score at least two.

Throughout this World Cup the Betfred Blog team will have a full betting preview and a big-priced Bet Builder for every game, so keep checking back with us for our latest World Cup pieces every day for Qatar 2022…

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