Portugal vs France Predictions

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Portugal
France
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Portugal to Win

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Portugal 1-0

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Tip Reasoning

  • Portugal won seven of their last eight matches at home.
  • Portugal kept a clean sheet in six of their last seven home assignments.
  • France failed to register in two of their last three games.

Hosts to triumph in heavyweight clash in Lisbon

Two of international football’s biggest names and the chief protagonists in Nations League A Group 3 – Portugal and France – face off in Lisbon on Saturday in what promises to be a thrilling evening at the Estádio da Luz.

With a new-wave of emerging talent making a splash, Portugal come into the weekend’s heavyweight clash on the back of a sustained period of superb form, and the Seleção’s defeat to Ukraine in October 2019 remains their only reverse in 16 assignments.

Armed with a fit again Cristiano Ronaldo, the increasingly influential Joao Felix and the razor-sharp Diogo Jota, Portugal are paying with considerable amounts of momentum and confidence at present, and Fernando Santos’s side warmed up for their date with France by thumping seven goals past Andorra.

Les Bleus meanwhile were left red faced following a coupon-busting 2-0 loss at home to Finland on Wednesday evening, and with their self-belief rocked, France make the short hop to Portugal looking a little vulnerable.

The Portuguese are a formidable force at home, and having won seven of their last eight tests on their own patch, we think the hosts are worth backing to take advantage of a fragile looking French team this weekend.

Alongside our home win forecast, a 1-0 Portugal correct score prediction is also advised. When the teams last met in October, a chess-like tactical battle ensued and the well-matched opponents eventually cancelled each other out in a 0-0 stalemate.

Home advantage should be key for Portugal this time around however, and having kept clean sheets in six of their last seven home matches, we’re backing the Seleção’s robust defence to provide the platform for slender victory.

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