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France – Denmark Preview

The Nations League champions France will start the defense of their title on Friday. Les Bleus are facing Denmark at the Stade de France and they have just one goal in mind – to win. Let’s preview it in our free soccer predictions for today.


Didier Deschamps’ team won the second edition of the Nations League last year. They reached the final in Milan and secured a win against Spain. Now the world champions will try to do it again because every trophy is important.


Deschamps will use the Nations League as a part of his team’s preparation for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. He called some more unexperienced players for the next few games as well. RB Leipzig’s Christopher Nkunku deserved the call after his terrific season in the Bundesliga. Meanwhile Aston Villa’s Boubacar Kamara will have the opportunity to make his first appearance for the national team.


Paul Pogba will miss these games because of injury, but stars like Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema and Antoine Griezmann are back in action. One of the surprisings calls made by Deschamps is Olympique Marseille’s Matteo Guendouzi who is back in the team.


Denmark start their Nations League campaign after a successful campaign in the World Cup qualifiers. The Red Dynamite shows a solid form in the last few years and it shows. Their performance during the Euro 2020 was really good.


The manager Kasper Hjulmand didn’t surprise us very much with his team selection for the next few games. Christian Eriksen is back in the team while players like Thomas Delaney, Jannik Vestergaard, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Yussuf Poulsen remain crucial for the Scandinavians.


That’s the free soccer predictions for today for the Nations League game between France and Denmark in Paris on Friday. Les Bleus have the chance to start with a win their new campaign. It won’t be easy against the Red Dynamite, though.