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WORLD CUP 2022 :- England vs France Preview, Line Up, Match Info


Europe's giants clash today in the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

   Defending champions France will face former champions England in the match at Al Bait Stadium at 12.30 IST. There is no doubt that the competition will be fierce as the teams are rich in superstars who have proven their strength in the European leagues. All the hopes of France are on Kylian Mbappe, the superstar of PSG.

   Mbappe has scored 5 goals and 2 assists in 4 matches so far.  There is no doubt that if the player brings out this quality in today's match, it will be a great asset for France. In addition, forward players like Dembele, Griezmann, and Giroud also increase the hope of the team. On the other hand, England is coming in unbeaten without losing a single match. The strength of the team is the young players. Bellingham, Saka, Rashford, Mount, Kane, and Foden are all famous players in Europe. A sharp attack is the strength of both teams. And the defence is great. Although they are equal on paper, it is difficult to predict who will win.

If you look at the figures of the previous matches, England is ahead, but France has a slight advantage in today's match. The winners of today's match will face the winners of the Portugal-Morocco match in the semi-finals. Anyway, let's eagerly wait to know who will get the semi-final ticket.




Extra Time:-30%



Time:-12.30 AM (IST)

Venue:- Al Bayt Stadium


 1) This will be the third World Cup meeting between England and France, with the Three Lions winning the previous two, 2-0 in 1966 and 3-1 in 1982, in the group stage.

2) France have lost just one of their last eight meetings with England (W5 D2), losing 2-0 in a friendly in November 2015, the first meeting between the two countries since Les Bleus won a friendly in June 2017. 3-2.

3) England have been knocked out in six of their last eight World Cup knockout matches against European nations. In contrast, France has advanced in eight of their last 10 World Cup knockout matches against European opposition (including the third-place play-off and the final).

4) France are the first defending champions to appear in the quarterfinals of the World Cup since Brazil in 2006. France have won three matches so far at the 2022 World Cup, trailing the 2006 Brazil team (4), the only defending champions. to win more than one tournament this century.

5) Reaching the last four in 2018, Gareth Southgate is looking to become the first England manager to lead the country to two World Cup semi-finals. The other two semi-final appearances for the Three Lions came in 1966 under Alf Ramsey and in 1990 under Bobby Robson.