Defending champions France kick off their 2022-23 UEFA Nations League marketing campaign with a match in opposition to Denmark on the Stade de France on Saturday (IST). Each groups are in group A1, which additionally consists of the groups from Austria and Croatia. (Extra Soccer Information)
Whereas France had crushed Spain 2-1 within the earlier version’s last to assert the coveted European title, Denmark had completed second behind Belgium of their group. The Danes entered the present Nations League with a 3-0 victory over Serbia, whereas Les Bleus humiliated South Africa 5-0 earlier than starting their title defence. Notably, Denmark haven’t received a serious worldwide trophy since victory within the Confederations Cup in 1995.
Apparently, France and Denmark have additionally been drawn into the identical group on the 2022 FIFA World Cup going down in Qatar in November-December.
France vs Denmark, UEFA Nations League match particulars
Play: France vs Denmark, Group A1
Date: June 4 (Saturday), 2022
Climate: 12:15 a.m. IST/20:45 p.m. native time (Friday)
Occasion: Stade de France
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face to face
Each groups have performed 14 matches with France, successful 8 of them in opposition to Denmark’s 4. In the meantime, the remaining two video games between the groups led to attracts. The 2 groups final met in 2018 through which they performed out a goalless draw.
Within the France squad there aren’t any accidents, whereas within the Denmark workforce, Sion Kjaer will miss the match. The centre-back is at the moment recovering from a long-term damage. Notably, Paul Pogba isn’t there with Les Bleus, as he’ll miss the second half of the 2021-22 season attributable to a calf damage.
Doable beginning XI
France: Saliba, Varane, Kimpembe, Clauss, Tchouameni, Rabiot, Kante, Griezmann, Mbappé, Benzema; Maignan
Denmark: Olsen, Dolberg, Braithwaite, Eriksen, Norgaard, Hojbjerg, Nelssen, Andersen, Vestergaard, Maehle; Schmeichel