Best Odds for France v Croatia

France v Croatia - World Cup Final 2018

By DAVE ANDERSON, 15/07/2013.

After both overcoming their opponents in the Semi-Finals, France and Croatia will now play each other at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow in the 2018 World Cup Final.

We've compiled bookmakers best odds for France v Croatia below, a preview of the game, and the betting offers and price boosts you can use when betting on the World Cup Final.

France v Croatia: Best Odds

We've highlighted the best odds that bookmakers offer for a France win (H), a win for Croatia (A), or a draw (D) below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to view more bookmakers odds.

NB: Best odds for France v Croatia correct at the time this match preview went live and are subject to change. Last updated: GMT 01:47 15/07/2018.

France v Croatia: Betting Offers

As well as the best odds, we've also listed the betting offers and price boosts that British Bookmakers offer for betting on the World Cup Final between France and Croatia.

France v Croatia will be broadcast live on TV at 4pm on Sunday afternoon.

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Bet £10, Get £40

Signup to 888sport using promo code 'FB10' and bet £10 on France v Croatia and you'll get £30 in free bets and a bonus £10 free bet to use on any World Cup market.

New customers only. Minimum deposit of £10 using deposit code FB10. A qualifying bet is a ‘real money’ stake of at least £10 (£20 e/w) placed on any sports markets. Minimum odds of 1/2 (1.5). Free bets credited upon qualifying bet settlement and expire after 7 days. Free bet stakes not included in returns. Full T&C’s apply.

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France to beat Croatia: 6/1

Signup with 888sport today using promo code '888ODDS' and you'll get the boosted price of 6/1 on France beating Croatia in the 2018 World Cup Final

New customers only. £10 minimum deposit required. Qualifying bet must be placed at the normal odds Min bet £5, max bet £5. Extra winnings paid in FREE BETS and added within 72 hrs of qualifying bet settlement. Free bet stakes not included in bet returns. Free bets expire 7 days after credit. This offer may not be combined with any other offer. Withdrawal restrictions and further T&C’s apply.

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Croatia to beat France: 15/1

Signup with 888sport today using promo code '888ODDS' and you'll get the boosted price of 15/1 on Croatia beating France in the 2018 World Cup Final

New customers only. £10 minimum deposit required. Qualifying bet must be placed at the normal odds Min bet £5, max bet £5. Extra winnings paid in FREE BETS and added within 72 hrs of qualifying bet settlement. Free bet stakes not included in bet returns. Free bets expire 7 days after credit. This offer may not be combined with any other offer. Withdrawal restrictions and further T&C’s apply.

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France to beat Croatia: 40/1

Signup as a new customer at Betfair today and you'll get the boosted the price of 40/1 on France beating Croatia. Plus, also claim up to £100 in free bets!

New Customers can get France at an enhanced 40/1 to beat Croatia 90mins. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/Paypal count. Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply. 18+|Gamble Aware.

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Free Bet if France beat Croatia

Place a Correct Score or First/Last/Anytime Goalscorer bet on France v Croatia and PaddyPower will refund any losing bets if France beat Croatia in 90 minutes.

90 min rule. Applies to First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Anytime Goalscorer, Correct Score and WhatOddsPaddy markets. Max free bet €/£10 per customer. T&Cs apply.

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Cashback if You Don't Win

Signup with PaddyPower today and bet £20 on France v Croatia and if you don't win your bet, they'll refund your original £20 stake - in cash!

New customers only, limited to one per person. If you’ve previously had a PaddyPower account, you will not qualify for the offer. Place your first bet on any Sportsbook market and if it loses they’ll refund your stake in CASH. Max refund for this offer is £20. Only deposits made using Cards or Paypal will qualify for this promotion. T&C's Apply.

France v Croatia: Preview

The countdown is on to the World Cup final, which will see France take on Croatia this Sunday in what has been one of the most exciting World Cup’s we’ve seen in quite a while.

A second-half header from Samuel Umtiti was enough for France to beat Belgium 1-0 and make it to though to the World Cup final taking place in Moscow this weekend.

Croatia beat England in extra-time of their Semi-Final to secure their spot in the Finals, while France made it through after a tough Semi-Final battle against Belgium.

Bookmakers offer France as the favourites to win the 2018 World Cup, and if you’re betting on France v Croatia, make sure you check out the betting offers and price boosts above.

Croatia and France have only played each other a total of 5 times throughout their short history as a country, with Croatia never managing to beat the French side.

Although France are bookmakers favourites to win, Croatia will want to beat the French, and seek a victory over the nation that knocked them out of World Cup 1998 in the Semi-Finals.

Didier Deschamps’ French squad didn’t have the most convincing start to their World Cup campaign, but they’ve really turned on the quality over the last few games.

With the French side in such good form, it's no surprise that bookmakers offer them as the favourites to win the 2018 World Cup Final at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Sunday.

France have only failed to win once during all their matches of this World Cup, a 0-0 draw with Denmark on the 26th of June when they met during the Group stages.

Griezmann and Mbappe have played a key role in the French sides success, and if they're on form, there's no reason why the can't beat the Croatians to claim the Jules Rimet trophy.

Croatia, on the other hand, looked fantastic in their early games, but have had a tough time getting through their last 3 matches, with all 3 going to either penalties or extra-time.

They were undefeated in Group D, even securing a 3-0 victory over Argentina, but then went to penalties against both Spain and Russia, and extra time against England in the Semi-Finals.

Dalic’s side are playing well, have great strength in their passing and tactical ability, however their defence hasn’t proved to be good, and this is where they could struggle against France.

If France can generate enough scoring opportunities, and they probably will with Mbappe in the team, the Croatians will face a major uphill challenge in their attempts to win the Final.

In saying that, they’ve always been the ones to watch in this competition, and shouldn’t be ruled out until we see how they're performing early on in the match.

The French side will be looking for redemption after losing the 2016 Euro Cup on home ground, while the Croatians will be looking to avenge the side that knocked them out of World Cup 1998.

Obviously there'll be a lot of pressure on both sides, it is a World Cup Final after-all, and while Croatia won’t be an easy team to beat, France should win Sunday's match.

France v Croatia: Stats

France and Croatia have played each other on just 5 occasions with France having the better record with 3 victories, 2 draws and never actually losing to Croatia.

The last time there was a France v Croatia fixture, was the international friendly at the Stade de France in Paris on the 29th of March in 2011, with the match ending in a 0-0 draw.

The match prior to that was the 2-2 draw that they played out in Group B of the European Championships on the 17th of June 2004 at the Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa in Leiria.

The biggest win that France have had over Croatia over the 5 fixtures they've played was the 3-0 win at the Stade de France in Paris on the 13th of November back in 1999.

The last time they played each other at a World Cup was the aforementioned win for France during the Semi-Finals of World Cup 1998 when they beat them 2-1 at the Stade de France.

There'll be cause for celebration for either Luka Modric or Raphael Varane on Sunday as one of them will have been on the winning side in both the World Cup and Champions League Final.

There have only been 8 players to have previously managed to do the same.

A win for France in the 2018 World Cup Final would also see France coach Didier Deschamps become only the 3rd person to win the World Cup as both a player and also a manager.

Croatia on the other hand will be the first team from Eastern Europe to reach a World Cup Final since Czechoslovakia back at the World Cup in 1962.

France's: Form

Looking at the last 6 matches that France have played, they've won 4, drawn 2, and lost 0 scoring a total of 10 goals (1.67 goal per game) and conceding on 4 occasions.

W W D W W D

France 1 - 0 Belgium
W
Uruguay 0 - 2 France
W
France 4 - 3 Argentina
W
Denmark 0 - 0 France
D
France 1 - 0 Peru
W
France 2 - 1 Australia
W

Croatia's: Form

Croatia's record over their last 6 games is the same as France; won 4, drawn 2 and lost 0. They've also scored the same number of goals, 10 in total, but conceded 1 more, 5 in total.

W D D W W W

Croatia 2 - 1 England
W
Russia 2 - 2 Croatia
D
Croatia 1 - 1 Denmark
D
Iceland 1 - 2 Croatia
W
Argentina 0 - 3 Croatia
W
Croatia 2 - 0 Nigeria
W