France have been impressive across all games since Laurent Blanc took over, they have not lost a match since 2010,which was their first game of qualifying for the European Championships.
Blanc will be looking for his side to continue this form and momentum for their first game of the tournament which is an extremely tough encounter against England.
With Frank Ribery, Samir Nasri and Karim Benzema France certainly have a huge amount of talent in the squad that are capable of causing all opponents trouble.
Blanc’ side look to be full of attacking players that are in the peak of their career, in midfield and up front they have just one player over thirty so could be in perfect shape for tournament football.
With a win over Germany earlier in the year, the French have proven they are capable of beating the world’s best.
They have been disappointing in recent major tournaments but will feel as though they are in great shape going into this summer’s competition. They won the European Championships back in 2000.
As for Estonia, they missed out on Euro 2012 after losing a play-off against Republic of Ireland so they will be looking to show that they are capable of playing against the big sides this time out.
They have won just one game in seven matches so are not in great form at the moment. Estonia have also lost their last three.
This will be a tough encounter for Estonia who know that they will have to be at their very best to take anything from. With their recent form, they may look to get men behind the ball and not the risk of being humiliated.
It is no surprise that France go into the match as massive favourites. You can back them 1.20 (1/5) with BWIN
Estonia will have to cause a big upset to win on Monday evening. They are being offered at 17.00 (16/1) with Sportingbet. A draw is available at 6.00 (5/1) with Coral.
Karim Benzema looks to be the favourite to get the scoring underway with odds of 3.40 (12/5) with VC Bet.
Estonia’s best chance of breaking the deadlock comes from Henrik Ojamaa who has odds of 12.00 (11/1) with William Hill.
France are in fantastic form and have too much for their opponents to stop them. A recommended bet is for a 5-1 win for the home side which can be backed at 29.00 (28/1) with SportingBet.