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France vs. Australia: How do both squads compare ahead of World Cup clash?

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Defending champions France get their 2022 World Cup campaign underway on Tuesday when they face underdogs Australia in Qatar.

Les Bleus head into the tournament looking to become only the third team - and the first since Brazil in 1962 - to successfully retain the World Cup.

A number of star names are missing from Didier Deschamps's squad, but they still boast a formidable array of talent and will be firm favourites to overcome an Australia side lacking in any real top-quality stars themselves.

2022 World Cup: France vs. Australia odds, picks and predictions
In a Group D group stage match on Tuesday, France will take on Australia with kickoff at Al Janoub Stadium set for 2 p.m. ET (FOX). Below, we analyze Tipico Sportsbook's lines around the France vs. Australia odds, and make our best World Cup bets, picks and predictions.

France is among the tournament favorites to win it all, but they will be without Ballon d'Or winner F Karim Benzema, who will miss the entire World Cup. France still has an ultra-deep lineup and arguably the best player in the tournament in F Kylian Mbappe. Other household names include F Ousmane Dembele and F Antoine Griezmann.

Australia comes into this World Cup confident after a 2-0 win over New Zealand in their most recent match. Having 10 shots and a clean sheet should have them ready to take on the defending World Cup champions.

Being 32nd in the FIFA rankings is not quite ideal considering their opponent is ranked No. 4. The Aussies are only projected to have an 8% chance to pull out the win over France, especially with a weak attack overall.

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Monday's games combined for more than 45 minutes of stoppage time across three games. While England dominated Iran, the Netherlands found a way to win in the second half against Senegal and the U.S. men's national team drew 1-1 with Wales. 

Lionel Messi starts his chase for his first World Cup trophy, while reigning champion France begins its title defense run Tuesday against Australia to wrap Day 3 of the World Cup group stages. 

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