Peru, having a lot of fans in Russia had played against Denmark in a (1-0 ) disappointing defeat but the coach Ricardo Gareca seems planning to add points to the board so that they don't cut off from the early stage.
France Vs. Peru is going to take place at the Ekaterinburg Arena, Yekaterinburg, at 4 pm BST on Thursday, June 21. Viewers can watch the match live on ITV and BBC 5 will be covering the live commentary.
As per many sites, the French team is expected to win by 2-1 against Peru and betting odds are at 15:2 for France, meaning to double your $100 bill, you'd have to bet $150. Further, if Peru is able to win the game it will be by a single score only. Further, 3 out of ten people expect Antoine Griezmann to score the closing goal in the last minute whereas 2 out of nine people expect that Olivier Giroud will score first.
If we look at the history, the only time they faced each other was in 1982's friendly match where Peru came out victorious, so history obviously favours Peru.
This time Franch possibly will bring in Olivier Giroud as a replacement to Ousmane Dembele and the possible lineup will have the following players on-field:
Whereas Peru will possibly highlight: Gallese, Advincula, Rodriguez, Ramos, Trauco, Tapia, Yotun, Carrillo, Cueva, Guerrero, Farfan as their 11 men's squad entering the field.