Argentina vs France World Cup Final : Start time, odds & Prediction.

Argentina vs France World Cup Final – Start time, odds, lines & Prediction. When Kylian Mbappe and the defending champion France take on Lionel Messi’s Argentina in the 2022 FIFA World Cup final on Sunday.

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it will be a battle of the titans. Each side has won the World Cup twice, with La Albiceleste winning it in 1978 and 1986 and Les Bleus winning it in 1998 as well. In what is anticipated to be his final effort, Messi is attempting to add the sport’s top honour to his stellar résumé, while Mbappe is aiming for back-to-back victories. With five goals each, the superstars are tied for first place in the World Cup Golden Boot standings. In their semifinal matches on Tuesday, Argentina overcame Croatia 3-0, and on Wednesday, France defeated Morocco 2-0.

At Lusail Stadium in Doha, Qatar, the game will begin on Sunday at 10 a.m. ET. According to the most recent Argentina vs. France odds at Caesars Sportsbook, Argentina is a slight +160 favourite on the 90-minute money line (risk $100 to win $160). France is rated at +185. The total number of goals in the game is 2.5, with a draw being valued at +200. France are +100 to win the trophy, while Argentina are -125. Prior to making any predictions for France vs Argentina.

Here’s everything you know about odds and trend of  Argentina vs France World Cup Final.

Argentina -0.5 (+165) on the France vs. Argentina spread

Over/under prediction for France vs. Argentina: 2.5 goals (Over +135, Under -175)

The 90-minute money line for France vs. Argentina is: Argentina +160, France +185, and Draw +205.

France vs. Argentina to win the trophy: France +100, Argentina -125.

Argentina: They lead the World Cup by a score of 12-5.

France: In Qatar, they have outscored their rivals 13-4.

Picks for France vs. Argentina are available at SportsLine.

Why We Should backing Argentina

Although Messi has long been the focus of La Albiceleste, the team can succeed without just Messi. Messi leads the tournament with three assists and shares the lead with five goals. If he continues to be tied with Mbappe in goals, then that would award him the Golden Boot. With four goals and the penalty that Messi converted against Croatia, Julian Alvarez has contributed almost as much to the team’s victory. With 10 shots on target, Messi is level with Mbappe for the tournament lead, while Alvarez has seven. 32 of Argentina’s 76 shots in Qatar were on target.

Compared to France, who have only hit the target on 36% of their shots, they have put 42% of their shots on goal. France has enabled the objective to be reached on 20 out of 60 attempts (33%), whilst Argentina has only allowed the goal to be reached on eight out of 34 efforts (23%). France has only kept one clean sheet in Qatar and has committed blunders at the back. In their quarterfinal match, England put eight of their 16 shots on goal against a Moroccan team that generates little chances. In 15 games, Argentina has kept 10 clean sheets while scoring two goals or more in 12.

Why We Should backing France

The French national team has scored twice in five of the six games they have played in Qatar, and they are in the final for the fourth time in their last seven outings. The lone exception was a 1-0 loss to Tunisia when they started the game without some of their top players. When fellow star Karim Benzema got hurt, Mbappe took over, and Olivier Giroud made the most of his opportunity. Giroud has four goals left to give him 53 goals overall, and Mbappe has five goals in Qatar to give him 33 in just 63 games. Third all-time in goals with 42, Antoine Griezmann also has 26 assists.

Five assists have been shared by Griezmann and Mbappe, and Theo Hernandez added a goal on Wednesday to go along with two assists. France has 33 shots that are on goal while only stopping 20. After France took an early lead, Morocco controlled the ball for 62% of the game on Wednesday, but they only converted three of their 13 efforts. After keeping Morocco scoreless, the defence should be more assured, and goalie Hugo Lloris’ background is crucial. He has made the most appearances (144) in the country’s history and has eight clean sheets in 19 World Cup games.

How to choose the winners of France vs. Argentina ?

One side of the money line has all the value, according to the model, which is picking Over 2.5 goals. You can only get the model’s FIFA World Cup 2022 picks at SportsLine

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