A repeat of the Euro 2015 Final. Portugal emerged victorious after extra-time in that encounter, France will be keen to exact revenge. Check out our full betting previews for the latest team news, match odds and betting predictions.
Portugal 🇵🇹 Team News
The reigning European Champions qualified for Euro 2020 with a second place finish behind Ukraine in Group B. Having lifted their first silverware as a nation four years ago at Euro 2016, they continued their winning form and lifted the inaugural Nations League tournament in 2019.
Key Player: Cristiano Ronaldo
Key player for Portugal? Cristiano Ronaldo...CR7 who else! Ronaldo scored 11 goals in qualifying (only Harry Kane scored more). He holds a host of Euro's records, including; most appearances at the finals stage (21), the competitions top scorer (40 goals), joint most goals at the finals stage (9 with Michel Platini). He's Portugals most-capped player and all-time leading goalscorer, but has never claimed a major tournament golden boot - maybe this will be his swan song?!
France 🇫🇷 Team News
Having won the World Cup in 1998 and the European Championships in 2000 as a player, France boss Didier Deschamps is looking to repeat the feat as a coach exactly 20 years later. Les Bleus qualified for the Euro 2020 finals by finishing top of Group H, with a record P10 W8 D1 L1.
Key Player: Antoine Griezmann
The France and Barcelona striker has been key to Deschamps' national team success. He bagged three goals and seven assist in qualifying, showing he's more than just a goalscorer. Greizmann also has a fantastic record against the Germans, his two goals knocked Die Mannschaft out at the Euro 2020 semi-finals stage and also scored twice against them in the Nations League meeting in October 2018.
Portugal v France Head to Head
Going into the final of UEFA EURO 2016, France had won ten successive matches between the sides, and have triumphed an incredible 18 times in the 25 meetings between to two nations (D1 L6).
Portugal v France Match Prediction
This could be a winner takes all deciding game in Group F. France will be out to revenge their Euro 2016 Final defeat at the hands of the Portuguese. They'll still have their strongest World Cup winning team and Deschamps will be keen to emulate what he achieved as a French captain in holding both World Cup and Euro titles at the same time
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