The French football team is making a comeback at home.
And with a label of vice-world champion in title to assume from now on.
For his first match of the year 2023, Didier Deschamps has built a team around forces present in Qatar, despite many players who have drawn a line under the selection.
Hugo Lloris and Steve Mandanda, all just retired, it is Mike Maignan who will be the last bastion of the Blues.
Theo Hernandez will hold the left lane of this defense.
Jules Koundé will be his counterpart on the right.
Raphaël Varane, also retired, Dayot Upamecano and Ibrahima Konaté form the central hinge.
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Aurélien Tchouameni retains his place in the middle, along with Adrien Rabiot.
Antoine Griezmann again established in a hybrid role, at the heart of the game. In front, the new captain Kylian Mbappé will lead his troops.
He will be supported by Kingsley Coman and Randal Kolo Muani.