Two OM players in the French team

24 Aug 2017
Frédéric Rostain
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Montage : Fatima Larbaoui / 2017
Didier Deschamps has decided to keep on Steve Mandanda and Florian Thauvin for the next two Blues' matches.

As part of the group A qualifications for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the French team will welcome the Netherlands on Thursday, 31 August, 8.45pm in the Stade de France. On Sunday, 3 September at 8.45pm, the Blues will play Luxembourg at Toulouse Stadium.
Early on Thursday afternoon, Didier Deschamps announced a list of players for the two games, which include the two Olympique de Marseille footballers, Steve Mandanda and Florian Thauvin.
Due to injury, Dimitri Payet will not play in these two matches.

Group A Rankings

1/ Sweden: 13 points
2/ France: 13 Points
3/ Netherlands: 10 points
4/ Bulgaria: 9 points
5/ Belarus: 5 points
6/ Luxembourg: 1 point

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