Is Mbappé playing today against Poland? France’s possible lineup at Euro 2024

Is Mbappé playing today against Poland? France’s possible lineup at Euro 2024
Is Mbappé playing today against Poland? France’s possible lineup at Euro 2024

France and Poland meet this afternoon, at 6:00 p.m. in Dortmund, in a match in which the The Gauls seek to be group leaders, improving the result of the Netherlands or winning with a greater goal difference, while the Poles are eliminated and have no chance of being third.. The return of Mbappé is the main incentive of the match.

Probable XI for France:

The return of Kylian Mbappé, who aims to start, is the best news for a team, runners-up in the world, that has only scored one goal, its own, in two matches in the Euro Cup. The doubts lie in the middle, where Tchouaméni could return to the bench, as well as Dembélé, who does not have the full confidence of Deschamps after an unflattering start in German soil.

Maignan – Koundé, Upamecano, Saliba, Theo – Tchouaméni, Griezmann, Kanté – Griezmann, Mbappé, Rabiot.

Probable Poland XI:

With nothing at stake, the first team eliminated from the Euros, Poland could introduce changes to the starting eleven that will face France. Lewandowski, who was absent in the first match and was a substitute in the second, is expected to return to the starting eleven, while in goal, Skorupsi will enjoy his first minutes in the tournament, as confirmed by the Polish coach, Probierz, in the preview of the match.

Skorupsi; Bednarek, Dawidowicz, Kiwior; Frankowski, Zielinski, Slisz, Moder, Zalewski; Swiderski, Lewandowski.

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