Although nothing can be taken for granted, France will be expected to go into this game with maximum points from their opening two matches so, depending on how the rest of the group stands, Didier Deschamps may possibly look to rotate his squad a little here in order to preserve the fitness of his key players for sterner tests ahead.
Were that to be the case, it would obviously have an impact on the Switzerland v France betting odds, although much would depend on what Switzerland required from the game too. In general, odds for the final group in Euro 2016 free bets can often bear little resemblance to pre-tournament prices as a consequence of developing events and specific needs of the teams involved. It’s rarely sensible to get too heavily involved in these matches pre-tournament.
Even so, the French squad will probably have more strength in depth than just about any of the other 24 finalists, so it’s unlikely to make them markedly weaker should the likes of Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann not start.
On paper the Swiss look the only team capable of challenging France for top spot in Group A, but even they still look some distance behind the hosts in terms of overall quality.
It’s difficult to envisage France losing this game and they certainly won’t want to risk missing out on topping the group, but should they already be qualified and Switzerland still need a result to be assured of their own place in the last 16, it might pay to use any Switzerland v France free bets on backing Switzerland on the Asian Handicap.