welcome to austria vs france
Holders travel to the Ernst Hepple Stadion in Leopoldstadt to face France Austria, still looking for their first win of the Nations League campaign for the third time, Les Bleus having scored only one point from their two opening games and currently Leader Denmark is sitting five points behind.
Austrian centre-back Philipp Leonhardt has missed the first two matches of the Nations League due to fever and it remains to be seen whether he will return to the squad on match day.
David Alaba, however, was able to start and play the full 90 minutes last time after suffering from fitness issues and is expected to remain in the starting XI.
There is a lot of competition in Austria with Arnoutowicz, Sasa Kalajadzik and Karim Onisivo all competing for the lone striker spot.
For France, Rafael Varane has been ruled out due to a hamstring injury and has been replaced by Liverpool’s Ibrahima Konate, who will be hoping to make his international debut at centre-back.
Deschamps is set to make several changes, which could see Ngolo Kante, Hugo Lloris, Lucas Hernandez and Jules Kounde in the starting line-up.