Argentina Vs. France Odds & Betting Lines For World Cup Final

Despite some deep runs by underdog nations. We get two powerhouse nations in the World Cup Finals. Odds have been set for Argentina Vs. France and France are slight favorites to win. Get updated Argentina vs. France odds for the World Cup matchup.

Argentina Vs. France Odds

France opened up as slight favorites over Argentina but the odds are extremely tight and have flipped multiple ways over the last 24 hours. Argentina are on the moneyline to win in regulation, while France are .

To win the tournament, meaning lifting the cup, France are and Argentina sit at odds to win.

Argentina Odds

A loss to Saudi Arabia out of the gates might have been the best thing for Argentina as they have marched into the Finals without looking back. Decisive 2-0 wins against Mexico and Poland saw them advance out of the group, which was a tough one, to play Australia in the Round of 16. After taking care of business, Argentina had a tough path through Netherlands and Croatia. The defensive letdown against Netherlands was masked by flawless efforts when it came to penalties, but still the backline will face their greatest attacking threat against France.

Messi and Julian Alvarez have been doing the heavy lifting on the score sheet, with four for Messi and two for Alvarez. Molina, Fernandez, and Mac Allister, also joined the score sheet this tournament. Look for the continued rotation of the backline where we have seen Lionel Scaloni make in-game subs to what usually is a position you leave barring injury.

France Odds

France went 2-0-1 in their group play, finishing first. They dismantled Australia 4-1 and beat Denmark 2-1 before losing to Tunesia in a meaningless game for France. Powering through Poland in the Round of 16, England met up in a close call with England. Harry Kane missed his second penalty kick of the match gave France a path through to the Finals after Morroco’s cinderella story continued.

There will be plenty of star power on the pitch between the two teams. Kylian Mbappe has been on a tear with five goals but Olivier Giroud continues to add to his tally as France’s leading scorer. While Ousmane Dembele and Antoine Griezmann haven’t gotten on the scoresheet yet, both have played a heavy factor into the build up play.

Despite the injuries to the midfield, France has held up well. This will be a test for the backline, as Dayot Upamceano will look to continue leading a tight defensive unit. Hugo Lloris has had an up and down tournament but made crucial saves in the Morocco match.

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