France v Croatia World Cup Final Tips - $100 same-game multi to back

Jackson Oldham 13 Jul 2018
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France and Croatia will battle it out in the 2018 World Cup Final at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Sunday (Monday AEST) for the right to be crowned champions.

After 63 matches, including the third place play-off, it all boils down to France against Croatia to decide the winners of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

France has kept a clean sheet in four of their six matches up to this point. Argentina’s Angel Di Maria, Gabriel Mercado and Sergio Aguero all found the net against the French, however, it wasn’t enough, with France scoring a 4-3 victory. 

Australia was the only other team to score against the French, thanks to a penalty from Mile Jedinak. 

Croatia has allowed at least one goal in their last four matches but has scored 14 of their own for the tournament. 

Croatia has needed extra-time or penalties to progress from all three games in the knockout stages after 1-1 draws with Denmark, hosts Russia and England and have effectively played one game more than France courtesy of the added 30 minutes in each of those matches.

Both teams have scored in a World Cup Final only once since 1990, with a 1-0 scoreline the result in the last two World Cup Finals. France can jump out of the blocks and score early, locking the game down in the second half. 

Our three-leg same game multi includes France to win 1-0 and France to be in front at halftime. 



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