Argentina will face Perancis in the final of the 2022 World Cup, which will be held at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar on Monday. With the impending conclusion.
As a reminder, the second tim has been involved in a feud for the past 12 years, which includes the purchase of uji coba. Argentina has a significant advantage over the other three countries.
Khusus di ajang Piala Dunia, Argentina juga memimpin dengan dua kemenangan, dan Prancis memimpin dengan satu kemenangan dari tiga pertemuan. Argentina won the 1930 and 1978 World Cups by scores of 1-0 and 2-1, respectively, while France won the 2018 World Cup by a score of 4-3.
Argentina will face France in the World Cup final, featuring two of the game’s biggest stars, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe.
After defeating Morocco in the semi-finals, Didier Deschamps’ team can now make history and secure immortality by defending the title they won in Russia four years ago.
However, there is a sense of destiny surrounding Messi and the Albiceleste’s run to the final in Qatar after an impressive win over Croatia, and Antoine Griezmann is aware of the challenge that Les Bleus face.
“Any team that has Messi in it is a completely different proposition.” Griezmann explained. “We’ve seen almost every one of their World Cup matches. We’ve seen Argentina play and understand how they operate. They are a difficult team to play against, and they appear to be in peak form.
“Of course, not only Messi, they have a strong side around him so we know it is going to be a tough game and they will have a lot of support in the crowd. We’ll return to work tomorrow, focused on how we can hurt them and defend against them. We’ll be fully prepared.” Here’s everything you need to know about this historic final match:
When is Argentina vs France?
The game is scheduled to kick off at 3pm GMT (7pm local time) on Sunday 18 December.
The final will take place at the Lusail Stadium in Doha, Qatar.
How can I watch it?
The game will be shown live and free-to-air in the UK on BBC One, ITV 1 and STV 1.
You can watch a live stream on the BBC iPlayer, ITV X and STV Player, while the BBC Sport and ITV websites will also provide a live stream.
Didier Deschamps must evaluate both Adrien Rabiot and Dayot Upamecano after the pair missed the win over Morocco due to illness.
Both will likely be fit to play, with Rabiot almost certain to replace his replacement against Morocco in Monaco midfielder Youssouf Fofana, but Liverpool’s Ibrahima Konate could keep his place after impressing once again at the back.
There is even speculation Karim Benzema, who was ruled out before the tournament with a thigh injury, could make a stunning return, made possible by Deschamps not replacing him in the squad. But this seems farfetched at this stage of the tournament.
Argentina faces a similar selection conundrum as a result of changes in the semi-final, this time with full-backs Marcos Acuna and Gonzalo Montiel missing the win over Croatia due to suspension.
Nahuel Molina should remain in the starting lineup, but Acuna could fill in for Nicolas Tagliafico.
Angel Di Maria should be close to full fitness after his injury and may push for a start, but Scaloni may stick with his excellent midfield quartet.
Argentina XI: Martinez; Molina, Romero, Otamendi, Acuna; De Paul, Paredes, Fernandez, Mac Allister; Messi, Alvarez
France XI: Lloris; Kounde, Varane, Konate, T. Hernandez; Rabiot, Tchouameni; Dembele, Griezmann, Mbappe; Giroud
Match odds (90 minutes)
Argentina – 7/4
Draw – 21/10
France – 17/10
To win trophy
Argentina – 10/11
France – 4/5
This game has it all, with incredible quality all over the pitch, and it could all come down to a moment of pure genius from any of the world-class talents available to Deschamps and Scaloni. As a result, we’ll side with Messi, a man possessed and determined not to waste this rare second chance. He may have to wait until extra time for his chance, but we expect Messi to lead his team to victory once more. Argentina AET 2-1 France.