Ahead of Tuesday's UEFA Nations League clash between France and Germany, Sports Mole looks at how France could line up against the 2014 world champions.
head into Tuesday's France clash with UEFA Nations League looking to record the win which would prevent Germany 's team from finishing in top spot in the Group A1 table. Joachim Low
The world champions have recorded four points from their opening two games against their next opponents and the Netherlands, but
will have concerns regarding his squad heading into the contest. Didier Deschamps
France required an 86th-minute own goal from
and a late penalty from Holmar Eyjolfsson to claim a 2-2 draw against Iceland last week. Kylian Mbappe
Sports Mole looks at what changes Deschamps could make for the visit of Germany.
Six of the team which started the World Cup final against Croatia began the friendly international on Thursday, and Deschamps is unlikely to take any of those players out of the team.
will expect to keep his place alongside Presnel Kimpembe in the centre of defence, but Raphael Varane could return to replace Lucas Hernandez at left-back. Lucas Digne should be handed a recall with N'Golo Kante dropping to the substitutes' bench, while Mbappe will take the place of either Steven N'Zonzi or Florian Thauvin . Ousmane Dembele and Thomas Lemar are also competing for a role in France's front four. Dimitri Payet > . Click here to see how Germany could line up for this fixture
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