France vs Morocco Prediction/Probablity 100%

France vs Morocco Prediction/Probablity 100%

Analysis France vs Morocco Prediction/Probablity 100%

Our analysis of all available data, including recent performances and player stats, suggests the most likely outcome of this match is a TBC win with a probability of 50.1%. A draw has a probability of 26.2% and a win for TBC has a probability of 23.67%.

The most likely scoreline for a TBC win is 1-0 with a probability of 13.22%. The next most likely scorelines for that outcome are 2-0 (9.83%) and 2-1 (9.17%). The likeliest drawn scoreline is 1-1 (12.33%), while for a TBC win it is 0-1 (8.3%).

France vs Morocco Prediction/Probablity 100%
France vs Morocco Prediction/Probablity 100%

World Cup semi-final: France vs. Morocco prediction, preview and team news

England and Portugal fans won’t agree, but what a World Cup semi-final we have to look forward to at the Al Bayt Stadium on Wednesday. In the blue, white and red corner you have France, the reigning champions, while in the red and green corner you have Morocco, the first African nation to ever reach the final four of a World Cup.

Match facts 

  • Who: France vs. Morocco
  • What: Fifa World Cup semi-final
  • When: Wednesday 14 December 2022 
  • Where: Al Bayt Stadium
  • Kick-off time: 7pm (all times GMT


  • It has been a “monumental effort” from Morocco, but this looks like it could be “one match too far for them”, particularly with a squad that is “now increasingly stretched”, said Matt Verri in the London Evening Standard. France have shown they “do not have to be at their best to get the job done” in the tournament, and they look set to reach a second World Cup final in a row. Prediction: France to win 2-0.
  • It is going to be “brutally difficult” for France to break Morocco down, “that much is clear”, said Kyle Bonn on Sporting News. At the risk of “doubting Morocco a third time”, it’s tough to imagine the Atlas Lions advancing to the World Cup final. An early goal will be “key” for France here, as the “longer they go without scoring”, the more “panic will set in and the more Morocco will grow in belief”. Prediction: France 1 Morocco 0.
  • As we have seen, Morocco “are not to be underestimated”, said Joe Brennan in AS. However, France have “so much firepower” together with a strong defence and “should be too much for the African side to make their way to the final”.


  • Head coach: Didier Deschamps
  • Key player: Kylian Mbappe
  • One to watch: Aurelien Tchouameni
  • Goalkeepers: Alphonse Areola (West Ham), Hugo Lloris (Tottenham), Steve Mandanda (Rennes)
  • Defenders: Theo Hernandez (AC Milan), Ibrahima Konate (Liverpool), Jules Kounde (Barcelona), Benjamin Pavard (Bayern Munich), William Saliba (Arsenal), Dayot Upamecano (Bayern Munich), Raphael Varane (Manchester United), Axel Disasi (Monaco)
  • Midfielders: Eduardo Camavinga (Real Madrid), Youssouf Fofana (Monaco), Matteo Guendouzi (Marseille), Adrien Rabiot (Juventus), Aurelien Tchouameni (Real Madrid), Jordan Veretout (Marseille)
  • Forwards: Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich), Ousmane Dembele (Barcelona), Olivier Giroud (AC Milan), Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid), Kylian Mbappe (Paris St-Germain), Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  • Injured and out of the World Cup: Lucas Hernandez (Bayern Munich)
  • Head coach: Walid Regragui
  • Key player: Achraf Hakimi
  • One to watch: Sofiane Boufal
  • Goalkeepers: Yassine Bounou (Sevilla), Munir El Kajoui (Al Wehda), Ahmed Reda Tagnaouti (Wydad Casablanca)
  • Defenders: Nayef Aguerd (West Ham United), Yahia Attiat Allah (Wydad Casablanca), Badr Benoun (Qatar SC), Achraf Dari (Stade Brest), Jawad El Yamiq (Real Valladolid), Achraf Hakimi (Paris Saint-Germain), Noussair Mazraoui (Bayern Munich), Romain Saiss (Besiktas)
  • Midfielders: Sofyan Amrabat (Fiorentina), Selim Amallah (Standard Liege), Bilal El Khannouss (Racing Genk), Yahya Jabrane (Wydad Casablanca), Azzedine Ounahi (Angers), Abdelhamid Sabiri (Sampdoria)
  • Forwards: Zakaria Aboukhlal (Toulouse), Soufiane Boufal (Angers), Ilias Chair (Queens Park Rangers), Walid Cheddira (Bari), Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla), Abde Ezzalzouli (Osasuna), Abderrazak Hamdallah (Al Ittihad), Amine Harit (Olympique Marseille), Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea)

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