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Argentina-France: the Prime Minister and the Minister of Sports predict a victory for the Blues


Élisabeth Borne and Amélie Oudéa-Castera see the France team win against Argentina this Sunday in the World Cup final.

This Sunday, the France team has an appointment with history, with its destiny.

At 4 p.m. Paris time, the Blues challenge Argentina at the Lusail stadium in Doha for a third world title.

The second in a row.

A new title on the list of Didier Deschamps according to several members of the government.

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Always right in his predictions since the start of the competition, Emmanuel Macron refused to play after the victory of the Blues against the Moroccans this Wednesday evening.

Since then, radio silence on the subject for the President of the Republic.

Members of the government, on the other hand, lent themselves to the game.

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The Blues are favored by predictions

Guest of


, Amélie Oudéa-Castera imagines a victory for the Blues.

The Minister of Sports is caught in the same game of the fair score: “

We have seen the extent of the uncertainties (five players absent from training on the French side this Friday, editor’s note), the match sheet is not yet fully predictable.

I think there are going to be a lot of goals, without going back to the 4-3 of 2018.

I rather see a score with a lot of goals.

Go if I start, 3-1 for France.


Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, who made Antoine Griezmann her favorite, as for 27% of the French, imagines the France team winning 2-1.

Same result for Clément Beaune or Christophe Béchu.

A different opponent but the same score 24 years later, Marlène Schiappa predicts a score of 3-0 for the men of Didier Deschamps, captain during the first coronation in 1998.

Source: lefigaro

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