Argentina vs France
Which team has the best chance of winning the Qatar World Cup 2022 championship?
Consequently, we have now reduced the 32 teams we initially had to only 2, Argentina and France, and on Sunday, December 18, one of them will leave the field at the Lusail Stadium as the world champions.
On Tuesday, December 14, Argentina scored three goals against Croatia without a response, and the following day, France plowed through Morocco’s stern defense to defeat them 2-0 and secure their position at football’s top table for a second time in a row.
Who is the favorite to win the game?
As you might anticipate, the oddsmakers rate this tie as being extremely close to call. Argentina, led by Lionel Messi, is +185 (24/13) and France is +180 (9/5). That’s close. The odds are +215 (28/13) for a draw.
In essence, nobody knows. Argentina gradually developed and reached their peak as the tournament progressed, while France consistently displayed class to advance to the championship game. Messi versus Mbappé, Europe versus South America, and the present versus the future.
losing semifinalist The third-place playoff game, which will take place the day before the championship game between Morocco and Croatia, will be shown here.
Argentina vs France: prediction
Have I got to? Really? I don’t want to bring bad luck, but it’s Messi versus Mbappé. Argentina may have had more difficulties in the competition and took longer to advance to the high level they are now at, but the team’s cohesiveness is at an all-time high and they have already won the Copa América. The World Cup victory in 2018 belongs to France, nevertheless. Despite the fact that the match against Morocco was their first clean sheet, they have looked hot all tournament.
After 120 minutes and as many penalties as necessary until each player and substitute scores and each manager is forced to take one, I’ll bet on a draw. Scaloni then buries his, and Argentina triumphs. Okay, so it doesn’t exactly go that way, but that’s the only way my mind can figure out how to divide these two football titans.