England v France Betting Tips, Predictions and Preview
England vs France predictions and football bet tips for the International friendly match on Tuesday 17th November with the best odds for our tipsters’ best bets.
A huge night awaits at Wembley on Tuesday, in a game which is now more than just a friendly football match. We have got an England v France preview as the Euro 2016 hosts head to London for what will be a poignant friendly.
England v France Predictions
Initially billed as a warm up fixture to the European Championships next summer, the events that unfolded in Paris at the weekend have significantly changed the preparation and expectation placed on this match as a football fixture.
Heading into the fixture, France beat the current World Cup holders 2-0 in Paris last Friday evening whilst England limped to a 2-0 defeat themselves away to Spain on the same night. The last time these two sides met was in a competitive fixture at the European Championship tournament in 2012 in which both sides shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw and for my football betting tips a similar correct score prediction is on my mind.
The last time these teams met at Wembley, was in a friendly, and the visitors won the tie 2-1, bizarrely on exactly the same day in November, five years ago.
My first England v France prediction is for both teams to score at Wembley, which is best priced with William Hill at odds of 11/10. Although France has shown recently they have tough at the back, I certainly feel that England will have enough quality to score at least one goal at Wembley, whilst the visitors themselves don’t have difficulty in scoring themselves.
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Oliver Giroud has scored three goals in his last two outings for France, and he is best priced with Bet365 at 12/5 to score anytime in this fixture which is my goalscorer betting tip for England v France. With Bet365 the option is also there to bet on first goalscorer bets each-way, you will get unlimited places for each-way bets.
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My third and final prediction for England v France is for the match to finish as a draw. Given the circumstances surrounding the game, and the fact that the tie is ultimately only a friendly, I cannot see either side pushing themselves too hard to grab a victory on the night. The best odds for England v France to end a draw is 21/10 at Bet365.
England v France Betting Tips
Both Teams to Score – 11/10 (William Hill)
Oliver Giroud to score anytime – 12/5 (Bet365)
Match Result – Draw – 21/10 (Bet365)
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