Get ready for an exciting match as France's national football team gears up to face Greece in the final match of 2024. This is a match that promises to end the year on a high note, without losing a single international game. With a remarkable record of winning all seven qualifying matches, France has already secured a spot for Euro 2024 with the top seed in December's draw.
The Match Details
The highly anticipated game is set to take place on Tuesday, 21st November at 20:45. The venue for the match is none other than OPAP Arena in Athens, a city known for its passion for football. The match will be officiated by the renowned German referee, Daniel Siebert.
For those unable to make it to the stadium, the match will be televised on TF1. With engaging commentary by Grégoire Margotton and Bixente Lizarazu, viewers will enjoy an immersive experience – almost as if they were present at the event themselves.
France’s Winning Streak
The French team has been on a winning spree with seven straight qualifying matches won, an impressive 27 goals scored, and conceding merely a single one. This record is hardly surprising given the talented players on the team.
After their stunning 14-0 victory over Gibraltar, it's expected that the coach, Didier Deschamps, will shake things up a bit by rotating the squad. This mix of players promises yet another thrilling performance.
The potential starting lineup could include Maignan, Koundé, Saliba, Disasi, and Lucas Hernandez in defence. Rabiot and Fofana are anticipated in the midfield while Dembélé, Griezmann, and Mbappé are expected to lead the front. Completing the lineup is Kolo Muani who is likely to play as a striker.