France vs Andorra: Betting Tips, Odds & Predictions

France vs Andorra
France vs Andorra, Euro 2020, Stade de France, Paris

France have an excellent opportunity to rack up some goals and points with this Andorra game coming just days after another home game against Albania.

Our Betting Tips

Even with some injuries France should have no trouble seeing off the minnows of Andorra. Goal difference could be key at the end of this group and this is an excellent opportunity for the home side to add some to their already impressive tally.


There are not a lot of good value bets that look favourably on Andorra for this game. But if you feel that they may be able to somehow keep out France for 45 minutes then there are markets to reflect as much.


Best Odds



Head to Head

These two geographical neighbours have only ever met on four occasions with France being victorious every time. France won the last encounter – in this qualification group – 4-0 and have never conceded a goal against Andorra.


  • France play Albania in Paris a few days before this game – and if they manage to keep a clean sheet it will mean that they have not conceded a goal at the Stade de France since October 2018 when they beat Germany 2-1 in a Nations League game.
  • Andorra have not scored a goal so far in this qualification campaign. The last time they did find the net was November 2018 when they drew 1-1 at home to Georgia.
  • France have won more games in this group (three) than Andorra have in their entire competitive history. Andorra have only ever beaten Macedonia and Hungary – with the last victory coming in 2017.
  • When France lost to Turkey in Istanbul in June it was their first defeat in a qualifying game of any kind since the 2-1 loss to Sweden in their World Cup qualifying game in 2017.

Our Prediction for France vs Andorra

France to win

If Andorra manage to get anything out of this game it will be one of the biggest shocks in international football for a very long time. France have some of the finest footballers in the world while Andorra is mainly made up of part time players – with just four of the current squad playing for a club outside of the country’s borders.

Callum Brady is an avid football fan and overly optimistic Leeds supporter #MOT! When he is not spotted visiting Elland Road, Callum spends his time following European Football, Rugby, and has recently taken interest in the NFL. A travel enthusiast, Callum is always looking for recommendations on where to travel based on football pitches to visit.

All Predictions by Callum Brady