Denmark were held to a scoreless draw by Tunisia in their opening World Cup Group D match, putting pressure on them ahead of their clash with France.
The defending world champions dispatched Australia in their first game in Qatar, but lost Lucas Hernandez for the tournament after the full-back ruptured his ACL.
One of the form teams entering the competition, Denmark have now drawn four consecutive World Cup matches and are without veteran midfielder Thomas Delaney after he went off with an injury against Tunisia.
Double Chance: Denmark Win Or Draw
Not only have Denmark enjoyed recent victories over France, the Red and Whites have also lost just three of their last 18 competitive matches in normal time.
The Danes have kept 10 clean sheets in that period, including against France in their final match before the World Cup.
Les Bleus impressed against Australia, but that could just be a case of the Australians being a long way off the required standard. Even after that match, France have won just two of seven competitive fixtures this calendar year.
Anytime Goalscorer: Kylian Mbappe
Kylian Mbappe scored against the Aussies in game one to make it 12 goals from his last 11 caps.
It was a scintillating performance from the PSG star, unsurprisingly proving too good for the Australian defence.
Denmark’s back line is a tougher matchup, of course, but Mbappe had four shots on target when the teams met in late September and looks good value to add yet another World Cup goal to his tally.
Most Corners: Denmark
Denmark had 13 corners to France’s 11 when the teams met on matchday six of the Nations League. They had two apiece in the prior meeting.
In fact, the Danes have had more corners than their opponents in four of their last five including the goalless draw with Tunisia.
This is a very good price on Denmark to have the most corners considering how well-matched these teams are.
All odds are subject to change