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Benzema holder with the Blues against Wales

The France team faces Wales at the Allianz Riviera in Nice this Wednesday evening in a preparatory match for the Euro. With Benzema from the start.

It was expected: for his comeback in French team, 13 days from the entry into contention of the Blues in the European Nations Championship, Karim Benzema holds this Wednesday night in Nice against Wales.

Didier Deschamps for the occasion concocted a 4-4-2 diamond with Mbappé alongside the Merengue, and Griezmann at the top of the rhombus. Pogba, Rabiot and Tolisso completing the midfield while Kanté recovers from his European coronation with the Chelsea Blues.

Behind, to protect the cage defended by Lloris, Varane is associated with Kimpembe while Pavard and Hernandez keep watch in the corridors.

The starting lineup of the Blues against the Welsh:
Lloris – Pavard, Varane, Kimpembe, Hernandez – Tolisso, Pogba, Rabiot, Griezmann – Mbappé, Benzema.

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