France – Luxembourg betting tip, prediction & odds 05.06.2024

EM test match, Wednesday, 05.06.2024

The fate of FC Metz in Ligue 1 was decided at the Stade Saint-Symphorien just a few days ago. Now, the French national team will enter the arena on Wednesday to recharge their batteries just in time for the start of Euro 2024.

For my part, my France Luxembourg betting tip predicts a possible match that could end 4-0 in Les Bleus’ favor.

However, I’m not expecting a bloodcurdling dismantling of the underdogs, as the visitors have made a real quantum leap in footballing terms in just a few years…

While Luxembourg are using this international break to bring on some young talents ahead of the 2024 World Cup qualifiers, the French are clearly keen to make a statement.

The last international break caused concern for Les Bleus with a 2-1 defeat to Germany and a less than convincing 3-2 win over Chile a few days later.

After all, these were not the results that the Grande Nation had hoped for from their national team.

Now, two weeks before the start of the tournament in the neighboring country, coach Didier Deschamps wants to prove to the home soccer fans and all critics how well prepared his team is for a major event.

In any case, it won’t be down to the existing player potential if he doesn’t win Euro 2024…

France can afford the luxury of leaving Christopher Nkunku (Chelsea) or Moussa Diaby (Aston Villa) at home due to the high performance density in this position.

It is also questionable whether the three Champions League winners from Madrid Ferland Mendy, Eduardo Camavinga and Aurélien Tchouaméni will play in the first test match against Luxembourg just a few days after winning the final against BVB.

But even so, Deschamps’ squad should be enough to put an opponent in their place who do not pay the same attention to the upcoming clash and have never beaten them in an international match (14 wins, 1 draw).

Watch out: With Leandro Barreiro from FSV Mainz, Marvin Martins from Austria Vienna and Mica Pinto from Vitesse Arnhem, Luxembourg has left its most talented and experienced players at home.

Three players are in the squad for the first time, which suggests that the up-and-coming soccer powerhouse is using this match primarily for testing purposes.

Nevertheless, the “Red Lions” selection boasts a surprisingly high number of professional footballers such as Laurent Jans from Waldhof Mannheim and Eldin Džogović from 1. FC Magdeburg

I would put the Luxembourg team somewhere between the 2nd and 3rd Bundesliga in terms of playing level. One of the shortcomings of this selection for Tuesday is the fact that the majority of the players are still very young.

Nevertheless, the Red Lions have long outgrown their role as the whipping boy of big nations and were also able to hope for a starting place at Euro 2024 for an unusually long time. Qualification seemed possible until the very end.

In addition, LUX have won three of their last four international matches against Bosnia (4:1), Liechtenstein (1:0) and Kazakhstan (2:1) – even European Championship participants Slovakia (0:1) have recently struggled to put the small state in its place

I have no doubt that Les Bleus will be able to do the same, but this is not a real home game, as the Lorraine region is very close to the border with Luxembourg.

Nevertheless, this is a small detail that should not be given too much importance. This is also the view of the European Championship betting providers, who are unlikely to offer such one-sided odds for any match at the European Championship as they do for this encounter!

Because based on the current France Luxembourg odds, you can expect an average value of just 1.03 for a favorite win.

And while I actually think FRA will win – possibly even by zero – the days when the small country was swept off the pitch with 7:0 or more are over.

Of course, you won’t have forgotten that France humiliated Gibraltar 14-0 a few months ago, but I don’t think Luxembourg’s professional squad will suffer the same fate on Wednesday

Listed by the bookmakers as the nominal home team – whether or not they actually had the home advantage – France have won 13 of their last 14 internationals.

However, I reckon FRA will save the really great soccer for next Sunday, when the incomparably stronger Canadians visit

The Maple Leafs have some superstars like Alphonso Davies in their ranks and are currently preparing themselves for the Copa America 2024.

That’s why you should pay much more attention to the match in Bordeaux at the end of the week if you want to bet on whether FRA really have what it takes to become European champions.

Until then and beyond, we will provide you with free bets and other great offers from the bookmakers, who, like us, are eagerly awaiting the start of the big event of the year, which is less than two weeks away from us.

Conclusion: It is likely that Deschamps will rest his Champions League winners, even if that means leaving Real Madrid’s strong midfield axis on the bench.

At the very least, it should end up being a commanding victory for the French side, who will be keen to take the opportunity to head to Germany with some positive experiences after the unsuccessful international break in March.

However, Bleu’s main focus will undoubtedly be on the test match against the Canadians a few days later, so I sense a chance for Luxembourg to successfully avoid a colossal defeat on Wednesday.

My tip: Over 3.5 goals

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