Qualified for the Final Four of the League of Nations, the France team receives Sweden for its last match in its group.
With a satisfactory record of 4 wins and a draw, France easily dominated its group in the League of Nations. After their victory against the Portuguese (1-0), the Blues secured their first place in the group with a qualification for the Final Four at stake. On the occasion of this final day, the formation of Didier Deschamps wants to finish in style at the Stade de France against Sweden. In view of the lack of stakes in this match, this could give the opportunity to some players to have playing time.
“It’s an international meeting”
Nevertheless, Didier Deschamps explained that this international meeting remains important in his eyes. “There will be at least one change, since N’Golo Kanté is suspended. Obviously, this match does not have the importance of the match on Saturday, “admitted the coach. “But this is an international meeting. No one will be able to take away what we did three days ago, even if the last impression will be that of the last match, ”he explained at a press conference. The coach therefore required his team to perform well despite this particular context.
France-Sweden on M6 at 8:45 p.m.
The evening match will be broadcast on the M6 channel after having ensured the broadcast of the friendly match France-Finland (0-2). Moreover, the defeat of the Blues allowed the chain to sign a record audience. Alongside the consultant Robert Pirès, the journalist Xavier Domergue will comment on this France-Sweden at the Stade de France.
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