France will be looking to keep their recent run of form going against Poland as they step out at the National Stadium in Warsaw tomorrow.
Les Bleus had a torrid time at the last World Cup and started their Euro 2012 qualifying campaign with a shock home defeat against Belarus.
However, after taking over from Raymond Domenech, new head coach Laurent Blanc appears to have steadied the ship, as the Stade de France outfit are undefeated in their last six games.
While being held to successive draws by Belarus and Croatia, France have claimed some impressive scalps of late. 2-0 and 4-1 wins over Luxembourg and Ukraine respectively may have been routine, but friendly succeses over England and Brazil could be a sign of things to come from the 1998 World Cup winners.
Such form sees the away side travel to Warsaw as favourites for the win, with bwin offering football betting odds of 11/10 on a victory for Blanc’s men.
However, Poland have been on a good run of form themselves of late, inlcuding seeing off South American giants Argentina 2-1 last time out.
Indeed, with just one loss in their last six ties, the 43/20 odds on a home win could tempt a number of football betting enthusiasts. By placing bwin’s free £25 bet on this result, new customers could see a return of £78.75.
Anyone thinking the game could be too close to call can also place a wager on the draw, with odds of 9/4 available on this outcome.
However, despite the game being a friendly, France have a wealth of talent at their disposal, with representatives from the Premier League, La Liga and Ligue 1 among the squad members.
Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra, Arsenal duo Bacary Sagna and Samir Nasri and Chelsea winger Florent Malouda could be joined by Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema and Marseille’s Loic Remy in the French line-up.
By way of contrast, Poland are likely to pin their hopes of a clean sheet on Arsenal stopper Wojciech Szczesny.
As such, many punters could be tempted to give the hosts a one-goal advantage in order to see the odds improve.
By doing this, the France win moves to a price of 29/10, as does the draw, while Poland’s win odds move to 67/100.
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