Sparks are expected to fly when France takes on Uruguay for a place in the Semis today at Nizhny Novgorod.
In head-to-head, we can see Uruguay has 2 wins to France’s 1 and 4 draws. History is evidence to a draw between France and Uruguay in World Cup 2002 and 2010.
For Uruguay, Edinson Cavani is a concern as he is injured and might not feature in today’s game. He left with a limping foot in the Round of 16 fixture against Portugal. So the duty lands totally on Luis Suarez.
For France, Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann will be the difference makers who are exceptional players and have shown their might against a defensively weak Argentina. Mbappe is a strike force to reckon and should not be taken easily in the right flank.
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