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England vs France According to Super Turtle Prediction
England vs France According to Super Turtle Prediction

Super Turtle Prediction: France Will Win!

The England and France national football teams are being fairly balanced by international experts. Both the top two representatives of European football also passed the round of 1/8 World Cup extremely impressively with overwhelming victories.

In terms of personnel, at all levels of the Three Lions and Goloa Rooster also own all the top stars in the world. Most notably, perhaps Jude Bellingham and Kylian Mbappe - Two young players who played extremely prominently to bring tickets to the quarterfinals for the home team.

In general, with two teams of such talent and strength at the Qatar World Cup, it will be difficult to make a specific and accurate judgment for this match.

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However, predicting England vs France at the Qatar World Cup is not difficult with our Super Turtle Predictions.

And with psychic power through prophecies accurate to 91% at his World Cup, Super Turtle easily chose a victory for coach Didier Deschamps' army.

Super Turtle's prediction is more than 90% accurate at the World Cup, which is making British fans sad. However, football always has surprises and magic turtles can also be wrong.

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Expert Prediction for England vs France

Standard: France won 2-1 in extra time

Whoscored: draw 1-1 and decide the winner or loser in the penalty shootout

90mins: England 0-1 France

England vs France Head to Head and Form

The two have met 31 times in the past. England won 17, France won 9, drew 5.

England have a superior head-to-head record compared to France, when they won 17/31 matches and France only won 9. However, if you look closely, the dominance of the Three Lions occurred before 1951 (won 10, drew 1). . Between 1951 and 1997, the two teams were a bit more balanced: England won 6, drew 3 and lost 3. Since 1999, France has dominated with 5 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss.

Although only separated by the English Channel and have a rivalry relationship, England and France rarely meet at official tournaments. They only met twice at the World Cup (1966 and 1982, England won both), and this is the first time the two teams have clashed in the knockout round of a major tournament.

Speaking of major tournaments, England are having a good track record in the last two tournaments (World Cup 2019, Euro 2020) when they won 10 and lost only 2 in the official 90 minutes in 18 matches. They are also the only team in Europe to reach the semi-finals of both competitions. France's record is winning 10, losing 1 in 15 matches, winning the 2018 World Cup but being eliminated in the 1/8 round of Euro 2020.

British vs French Team News

Southgate has deployed four defenders in all four 2022 World Cup matches, but it wouldn't be surprising if the Three Lions switched to a 3-4-3 formation against France. They need both Kierran Trippier and Kyle Walker on the right flank to limit the extent of Mbappe's devastation. The good thing is that this change doesn't affect attack quality much. Facing Rabiot and Tchouameni, they don't need three midfielders. Declan Rice was ill on Wednesday but had to return to the starting XI today, while Raheem Sterling is back in Qatar but will probably be on the bench.

France have no issues to worry about except for Mbappe missing Tuesday's training session. This certainly does not affect the ability of the 23-year-old star to start, especially when France has won 9 World Cup matches with Mbappe in the starting lineup. Tchouameni and Kounde will miss the semi-finals if they receive more yellow cards, but now is not the time to worry about that.

Expected lineups England vs France

England (3-4-3): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire; Trippier, Bellingham, Rice, Shaw; Saka, Kane, Foden

France (4-2-3-1): Lloris; Kounde, Varane, Upamecano, T. Hernandez; Tchouameni, Rabiot; Dembele, Griezmann, Mbappe; Giroud.