The FIFA World Cup eighth finals could not have started much more than the match between France and Argentina. Two of the teams that are not particularly convincing, but still two teams that are full of stars and who are fully capable of doing a great game. The very large number of players who can make anything out of the game makes this game so unpredictable. This is also shown by bookmaker odds. The victory for France is estimated at 2.4 from Bet365, while Argentina’s eventual success rate is 3.6. The match is completely open to all three possible exits, and the only one is sure to be very interesting.
If we look at the statistics, however, we will see that France and Argentina are among the teams that scored the least number of goals so far. Both teams have 3. Just to compare, Tunisia has 5 goals scored, but African footballers from this team are already home. Statistics also show that the teams are also relatively low-pitched, at least against the world’s leading teams. Argentina has 44 and France is only 36 in the three games so far. The two teams made a total of 14 exact strikes in the opponents’ gates, with main players in this being Messi and Grozman, who are close to half.
From what has been said so far, perhaps a match will emerge, which will not be particularly effective. This is again reflected by bookmaker odds, with Bet365 giving a 1.45 odds ratio for Under 2.5 goals in the match. Personally, my sense of this match is for zero regular time, with a factor of 6.5. However, this forecast is a little risky in terms of the individual class of the players of both teams. Messi, Grizzman, Pugba, Babe, Aguero, and almost everyone in the two teams are players who can hardly score a goal. That is why I will insure myself and I will place a regular game in a regular game. The coefficient for this is 3.
The proposed bet365 odds for this winner to be determined after extensions is 6, and after penalties 5, which are also interesting bets. Either way, everything will be clear on Saturday night. Nice viewing and success in stakes.