Our prediction for this match:
France and Uruguay take on each other at Stade de France in what is expected to be one of the most entertaining games of Tuesday’s program. Les Tricolores aim to put an icing on the cake on a very successful year and we predict that they will go all guns blazing at la Celeste when the two teams meet in the French capital. It is well known that Didier Deschamps’ are a real force to be reckoned with at home and that is yet another reason why we are tempted to put our money on the world champions. Uruguay are likely to rely on their rock solid defence in Tuesday’s football game, but preventing French attackers from scoring at Stade de France is easier said than done. When the two teams met at the World Cup in Russia earlier in 2018 France defeated Uruguay 2-0.
Highlighted Player (Djibril Sidibé):
Born in Troyes, Djibril Sidibe made his first football steps at his hometown club. Having excelled throughout the youth ranks, Sidibe was rewarded with his professional debut in 2010. Two years later he moved to Lille where he established himself as one of the biggest prospects in French football.
A 2016 move to Ligue 1 giants Monaco came as a reward for his impressive qualities. Sidibe is a solid right-back who is great at picking out passes, especially with crosses. A determined individual, Sidibe does not easily get caught out in a wide space. His impressive footwork make him a difficult player to play against going forward which he has a knack for.
Monaco are expected to be another stepping stone in his career and it won’t be too long before the World Cup winning French international has made a move to one of Europe’s top sides.
Highlighted Team (Uruguay):
La Celeste are one of the most successful South American nations. Uruguay are frequently the champions of the continent having most recently won the tournament in 2011. They have won the Copa America a record 15 times including the first ever edition of the competition in 1916, while the team has also won FIFA World Cup in two occasions including the inaugural competition in 1930 when they defeated Argentina 4-2 in the final as hosts. Their second World Cup title came in 1950 when Uruguay and Brazil played a legendary match which recorded a higher attendance than any other football match in the history of the game. Uruguay is the smallest country in the world to have won a World Cup by population, but La Celeste are proud of their football heritage which yielded some of the best footballers in the world over the course of history. Most notable player of the current selection is Barcelona striker Luis Suarez, who is also the team’s top scorer with 45 goals to his name.