Betting Preview – France vs Switzerland

France could maintain their 100% record with a win over group A rivals Switzerland. The tournament hosts have left is late in both of their previous group games, Dimitri Payet the catalyst to their success. The Swiss could topple the resilient hosts, and end the group stage top of the pile should they take all three points.

Unbeaten is their last three matches, the Swiss hope their excellent recent form will carry them to a victory. You can get Vladimir Petkovic’s side to claim all three points at a very handsome 5/1. France on the other hand are just 10/11 to complete the group A demolition job, and put the Swiss to bed.Dimitri Payet waves to crowd

West Ham star Dimitri Payet is the current golden boy of French football, after sealing his sides second victory out of two last Wednesday. You can get the former Marseille midfielder at 13/5 to score his third goal of a fruitful tournament so far.

Breel Embolo has turned plenty of heads with his performances this season. And with team like RB Leipzig and even Champions League bound Arsenal chasing his signature, one goal could up his price tag considerably. At just 19-years-of-age, the Basel striker has his best years ahead of him, but at 9/2 he could be a good shout to get his Euro 2016 record off the mark.

Safe Bet – France win 10/11

Long Shot – Breel Embolo to score two or more – 60/1

Predicted line-ups

France Switzerland
Hugo Lloris Yann Sommer
Patrice Evra Ricardo Rodriquez
Laurent Koscielny Fabien Schar
Adil Rami Johan Djourou
Bacary Sagna Stefan Lichtsteiner
Blaise Matuidi Blerim Dzemaili
Paul Pogba Fabien Frei
Dimitri Payet Valon Behrami
Kingsley Coman Xherdan Shaqiri
Antoine Griezmann Breel Embolo
Olivier Giroud Haris Seferovic

All odds correct at time of publishing, odds found at oddschecker.com

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