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Less than 2.5 goals and 9.5 corners, Amrabat and Kounde scored on Betfred


France face Morocco in the semi-finals of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on Wednesday night at Al Bayt stadium.

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Morocco does not often concede can it hold up against France?

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Sofyan Amrabat has only been carded once for Morocco at this World Cup, but against France it should look more like what he saw from his card collection for Fiorentina.

This season alone in Serie A, he has picked up seven cards in just 13 appearances, surpassing his tally from last season and matching his tally of cards for the 2020-21 campaign in 18 fewer appearances.

No opposition player has yet managed to score against Morocco and while Kylian Mbappe and Olivier Giroud could change that trend, this match is unlikely to have a plethora of goals with both teams desperate not to concede. and lose the final.

As a result, Morocco only got three corners against Portugal and France only two against England.

Against Poland, France saw just seven corners while only conceding one to their European opponents and it’s another great stats-based addition to this Pick Your Punt to raise the prize.

Jules Kounde was stunned several times against England and France even looked sloppy enough at the back to suggest Morocco have another chance to challenge their big prize.

Especially with Hakimi and Hakim Ziyech, he could be exposed and face a few choice challenges against Morocco’s speedy side on the left.

The right-back was also carded earlier in the World Cup against Denmark.

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