France’s chance in performing at the upcoming 2014 World Cup got pretty slim after their disappointing first leg defeat over Ukraine last weekend, but that won’t stop Les Blues’ spirit in giving their all this upcoming Tuesday, November 19 when both sides meet again for the second and decisive leg at Stade de France stadium. Didier Deschamps has nothing else to expect from his players aside from putting on their best performance and overturn that two goals deficit from the previous encounter.
It won’t be easy though for the home side as their opponent have already shown strong qualities by winning the first meeting, which could happen again this midweek. Being in a confident mood, Ukraine will surely give their all to at least maintain that comfortable two goals advantage which they earned at home. Obviously, things might easily change on Tuesday, especially if les Blues can picked up an early goal, that’s why putting on a positive attitude should also be considered by the away side in order to confirm their passage into Brazil 2014. With such a high stake, this battle should once again provide exciting entertainment for football fans and also good options for betting lovers who are keen on placing their money.
Checking out on the latest betting odds from William Hill, France are still strongly favored to take away all three points from that encounter with the probabilities being placed at 1.44. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s shot in pulling off another shock is only being valued at 8.00, with a potential draw result set at 4.00. Despite not being tipped to take all three points from that second leg, the away side remained favorite in qualifying to Brazil with odds for that outcome placed at 1.40, slightly higher compared to Les Blues at 2.75.