Croatia and France will be facing each other and fight for the largest prize in the football career as the 2 European countries will be meeting in the World Cup 2018 Russia Final. France won Belgium with the score of 1 – 0 during the semi-finals, with Samuel Umtiti’s goal securing a 1 – 0 victory as the Red Devils from Belgium were not able to figure out a way through the dogged defence of Les Bleus. In the meantime, Croatia showed extraordinary plans to fight once more from a goal down against England to eventually win 2 – 1 in extra time courtesy of a Mario Mandzukic volley. The match will be happening on 11 p.m. of 15th July 2018 in Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow. You can watch the match via the Live TV in Singapore Sport Betting at the website of TONY88. 

Based on the score prediction by the sport betting experts from Singapore Sport Betting, France will have a higher percentage to win this final and win away the world championship title trophy with 41%. Croatia will have a 32% of winning percentage and both teams will have a draw for 27%. Refer to the previous head to head matches, the 2 countries have met each other for 5 times and Croatia never win any match. Their first meeting came at the World Cup of 1998, with Les Bleus winning in the semi-finals with the score of 2 – 1 and lifted the most popular trophy for their home soil. France is then won the friendlies in 1999 and 2000. Nevertheless, their last 2 meetings have ended with draws at the Euro 2004 and goalless in 2011. 

According to the team news collected by Singapore Sport Betting, neither one of the sides will have any players suspended for the final match, while the France has a clean bill of health. It might be an alternate issue for Croatia however, with a lot of players feeling the strain after each one of their knockout games has gone to extra time. Ivan Strinic may well be an uncertainty in the wake of limping off with what appeared of being a groin issue in extra time against England.

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