FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France: Prediction, team news, Probable Lineups, Head to head, KAZ vs FRA Live Streaming details

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France: Prediction, team news, Probable Lineups, Head to head, KAZ vs FRA Live Streaming details
FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France: Prediction, team news, Probable Lineups, Head to head, KAZ vs FRA Live Streaming details

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France: Prediction, team news, Probable Lineups, Head to head, KAZ vs FRA Live Streaming details

Kazakhstan gear up for a baptism of fire in World Cup Qualifying as they welcome reigning champions France to the Astana Arena in Group D on Sunday afternoon.

The hosts kick off their road to Qatar following some miserable results in 2020, while France could only take a point from their battle with Ukraine in midweek.

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FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France – #When and where to watch KAZ vs FRA

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France -When is KAZ VS FRA going to be played? 28th March, 6.30 PM

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France going to be played? Astana Arena,  Kazakhstan

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France -Where can I watch KAZ vs FRA?

The live streaming will be available on Sony Ten 2/HD, SonyLIV

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France: Form Guide

Kazakhstan form (all competitions): LDLDLL

France form (all competitions): DWLWWD

FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Kazakhstan vs France: Possible Lineups

Kazakhstan possible starting lineup: 

Pokatilov; Alip, Marochkin, Erlanov; Beysebekov, Abiken, Zaynutdinov, Tagybergen, Shomko; Aymbetov, Fedin

France possible starting lineup:

Lloris; Dubois, Varane, Lenglet, Digne; Pogba, Rabiot; Dembele, Griezmann, Coman; Martial

KAZ vs FRA Prediction

Kazakhstan 0-4 France

France could hardly have a better opportunity to right the wrongs of midweek against a Kazakhstan side who did not cover themselves in glory last year. The return of Baysufinov may boost the confidence in the hosts’ camp, but a shock home win seems out of the question and the champions should ease to a comfortable victory at the second time of asking in Group D.

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