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Here’s Jack Green‘s tip for the final to get you started…
France to win in extra time –
France have every match at this World Cup, excluding the 0-0 draw with Denmark in a group-stage dead rubber.
Les Bleus have kept clean sheets in four of their six matches, only conceding a penalty to Australia in their opening game and three to Argentina in the last 16.
France haven’t been spectacular going forward, and could struggle to break down a resilient Croatia side who have taken their last three opponents to extra-time.
It would be no surprise if – just like the last three World Cup finals – this game goes beyond 90 minutes, with Didier Deschamps side the likelier winners in the extra half an hour.
Kylian Mbappe to score –
Mbappe has been France’s outstanding player at this World Cup, and perhaps the most impressive attacking player at the entire tournament.
The 19-year-old has scored three goals in Russia so far, and is again worth backing to get on the scoresheet on Sunday with his pace likely to cause major problems for Croatia’s sluggish centre-backs.
Raheem Sterling got behind Domagoj Vida and Dejan Lovren on a few occasions early on in the semi-final, and Mbappe – a more lethal finisher than the Englishman – will make them pay if given similar space.
Under 9.5 total corners –
The last World Cup final only saw eight corners taken even though the game went to extra time, and the tally should be similarly low this time around.
France have taken no more than five corners in their six matches, and none of their games have produced more than nine in total.
There have been fewer than 10 corners in each of Croatia’s last three matches, too.
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