Reigning champions Portugal need to avoid defeat in their final Group F game against France if they are to guarantee avoiding a shock elimination from Euro 2020.
Didier Deschamps side are 5/4 favourites with Grosvenor Sport to take all three points, while the draw is second-most likely at 19/10, with Portugal priced up at 29/10.
France can secure top spot in the group with a victory but they will also be out for revenge after losing the 2016 Euro Final to Portugal and they will know that they could inflict major damage to Cristiano Ronaldo and co if they can rack up a big score.
Despite that motivation, a wide-margin success for the French is an unlikely scenario given the strength that Portugal possess, especially in attacking areas of the pitch. Portugal know that a point will be enough to see them into the last 16 so don’t expect them to allow the game to open up to any great degree.
Under 1.5 goals - 19/10
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Both sides are stacked full of top-class talent and whoever comes out on top between Manchester United teammates Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes could go some way to deciding which way the points go.
Fernandes has yet to have the same impact on the Euros as he did at Old Trafford last season and was hauled off in the second half of Portugal’s defeat to Germany at the weekend. The United star has mustered just one shot on target so far in the tournament.
Pogba, on the other hand, wasted little time in reminding everyone that he’s a much better player for his country than club with a man of the match performance against Germany in game one. France’s number 6 is 23/5 to score anytime with Grosvenor Sport.
For all the attacking talent on show, a point would not be a bad result for either side and an open, end-to-end, free-flowing encounter looks unlikely. A single goal might just be enough to clinch it so under 1.5 goals looks a fair price at almost 2/1.