France begin their World Cup campaign on June 15th with their first ever match facing off against Central American nation Honduras. This second match of Group E play will take place in Porto Alegre with the scheduled kick off time at 20:00 GMT. Porto Alegre is one of the cooler host cities for the event. Both of the teams are drawn into Group E of 2014 FIFA World Cup. However, is not one of those groups and is often considered to be one of the weaker grouping of four teams. However, it is not one of those groups which is considered to be one of the weaker grouping of four teams. In all honesty, 15th June’s match is going to be played between the most talented team in the group facing off against one of the weakest sides in the entire competition. France has plenty of expertise in all areas of the field. Since winning the Cup on home soil 16 years ago in 1998, they are known as a mixture of the sublime and the simply awful. Despite of this talent they failed to make it out of the group stages in 2002 and 2010 tournament. But although they reached the final in 2006, they lost in the final to Italy. Above all these previous records France have the quality to go deep in this competition. By contrast, Honduras has a subpar offensive, having only appeared twice before. They hope that their strategy will allow them to secure at least one point in1st round. They finished third in the CONCACAF section behind USA and Costa Rica, and thus qualified for record 2014 tournament in Brazil. Despite their impressive run through CONCACAF qualifying, simply making an appearance in Brazil should be worth celebrating for the fans of the team.
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Date: June 15 2014
Kick-off: 19:00 GMT, 03:00 PM ET, 20:00 UK
Venue: Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre
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Valid link to watch this game will be posted around 30 minutes before the match starts.
BBC TV, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Sport website are the official broadcaster for the match of Sunday 15 June 2014 in Estadio Beira-Rio, Porto Alegre.
Players to watch:
Paul Pogba is the X-factor material for the tea of france while Franck Ribéry ‘s swift, skilled and can dribble around almost any defender. Franck Ribery will be key to their chances and after disappointing in some previous major tournaments.
At this match if Honduras needs anything the most, it’s a reliable goal-scorer. So the team is lucky enough this year to get back Carlo Costly. Costly can lead up to this year’s Cup after missing the 2010 World Cup with an injury.
The pair has never faced each other so that we can expect a good match from both of the teams. Despite of having midfielder Franck Ribery in the France team nothing is certain for the Europeans. Ultimately Honduras with star players are their goalkeeper and a few defenders can defeat France and that would just be anything beyond just the icing on the cake.
France and Honduras have not been ever met before on the field together.
Looking at the squads France obviously we can expect that France will be playing overly aggressive over the weakest team in the Group E. Moreover they are confident selection to win by a score line of 3-0 or 4-0.
For the safe side fans should bet on France on this match whereas the opposite team is said to be the powerless and young team in the Group E and probably at the World Cup. Fans have to fancy France to make a winning start here.
THE FRANCE SQUAD:
Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris (Tottenham Hotspur), Steve Mandanda (Marseille), Mickael Landreau (Bastia). Defenders: Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle), Lucas Digne (Paris St-Germain) Patrice Evra (Manchester United), Laurent Koscielny, Bacary Sagna (both Arsenal), Eliaquim Mangala (Porto), Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool), Raphael Varane (Real Madrid). Midfielders: Yohan Cabaye, Blaise Matuidi (both Paris St-Germain), Clement Grenier (Lyon), Rio Mavuba (Lille), Paul Pogba (Juventus), Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle), Mathieu Valbuena (Marseille). Forwards: Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Olivier Giroud (Arsenal), Antoine Griezmann (Real Sociedad), Loic Remy (Newcastle, on loan from QPR), Franck Ribery (Bayern Munich). Standby: Stephane Ruffier, Loic Perrin (both St Etienne), Maxime Gonalons, Alexandre Lacazette (both Lyon), Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton), Benoit Tremoulinas (Dynamo Kiev), Remy Cabella (Montpellier).
THE HONDURAS SQUAD:
Goalkeepers: Noel Valladares, Donis Escober (both Olimpia), Luis Lopez (Real Espana). Defenders: Brayan Beckeles (Olimpia), Emilio Izaguirre (Celtic), Juan Carlos Garcia (Wigan), Maynor Figueroa (Hull), Victor Bernardez (San Jose Earthquakes), Osman Chavez (Qingdao Janoon), Juan Pablo Montes (Motagua). Midfielders: Arnold Peralta (Rangers), Luis Garrido (Olimpia), Roger Espinoza (Wigan), Jorge Claros (Motagua), Wilson Palacios (Stoke), Oscar Garcia (Houston Dynamo), Andy Najar (Anderlecht), Mario Martinez (Real Espana), Marvin Chavez (Colorado Rapids). Forwards: Jerry Bengtson (New England Revolution), Jerry Palacios (Alajuelense), Carlo Costly (Real Espana), Rony Martinez (Real Sociedad).