France v Germany Free Bets : 4/1 France or 3/1 Germany Enhanced odds from World Cup

There are enhanced odds available today with Germany v France free bets from Winner, who offer 4/1 on France (was 2/1) OR 3/1 on Germany (was 6/4) to win tonight’s clash from the World Cup.

Friday’s first quarter-final is between two of Europe’s elite nations, as France take on Germany, with plenty of punters taking up the enhanced odds offer in what is sure to be a classic tie.

France needed two late goals to beat Nigeria in their second round clash on Monday afternoon.

Nigeria for the first period were the better side and Emmanuel Emineke had a marginally offside goal disallowed when they were on top.

The French improved after the break and Karim Benzema had a shot cleared off the line, before Yohan Cabaye smashed the woodwork!

With 10 minutes remaining, Vincent Enyeama came and missed a corner, allowing Paul Pogba to head into the open goal.

France doubled their lead late on when a Mathieu Valbeuna cross was inadvertently put into his own goal by Joseph Yobo.

Germany were poor for long periods against Algeria, needing extra-time to beat the African nation.

Manuel Neuer was forced into action more than Germany had hoped for, as Algeria dominated the first period.

After 90 goalless minutes Andre Schurrle opened the scoring with a smart finish from a Thomas Muller cross.

In the last of the 120 minutes, Mesut Ozil doubled their lead, before Abdelmoumene Djabou scored with virtually the last kick of the game.

France have an incredibly impressive recent record against Germany, winning five of the last seven meetings.

The Germans did win the last meeting though, a 2-1 win in Paris with Muller scoring the win after they trailed at half-time.

Germany have the better head to head record at the World Cup though, eliminating France from the 1982 and 1986 World Cup.

French players who would miss quarter-final if booked: Patrice Evra, Blaise Matuidi and Paul Pogba
German players who would miss quarter-final if booked: Benedikt Howedes and Phillip Lahm

Team news
Mamadou Sakho missed the match with Nigeria in favour of Laurent Koscielny and the Arsenal defender is likely to keep his place.

Olivier Giroud forced Karim Benzema into a wide role in the match, however the Real forward is likely to move centrally.

This will see Giroud miss out in favour of Griezmann, with Mathieu Debuchy starting ahead of Bacary Sagna at right full-back.

Germany have doubts over both Mats Hummels and Shkodran Mustafi, after the latter went off injured against Algeria.

This could see Phillip Lahm return to full-back, with Sami Khedira returning to the squad after two matches out.

Schurrle replaced Mario Gotze at half-time and may well keep his place ahead of the Bayern midfielder.

France (4-3-3): Lloris, Debuchy, Koscielny, Varane, Evra, Cabaye, Matuidi, Pogba, Valbuena, Benzema, Griezmann
Germany (4-3-3): Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Mertesacker, Howedes, Khedira, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Schurrle, Muller, Ozil

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