Pay per Head: Deschamps praises France’s fitness levels

Didier DeschampsPay per head services learned that Didier Deschamps praised his France squad’s fitness levels before Tuesday’s crucial FIFA World Cup qualifier with Finland.

France have slim hopes of automatic qualification for Brazil 2014 as they move into their final game in Group I, even though pay per head services know that there are heavy odds against Deschamps’ players.

Pay per head services and the 44-year-old know that the 1998 world champions need to defeat Finland, hope that Georgia beat a Spanish side that is unbeaten in World Cup qualifying since March 1993, and need a four-goal swing so they can avoid the play-offs and steal top spot, and pay per head services know how difficult this is.

Price per head services saw Deschamps’ men get ready for Finland’s visit with a 6-0 win over Australia in a friendly game on Friday, and the manager praises his current crop of players.

“What I can tell you is that on this particular game (against Australia) I had the best players at my disposal,” said Deschamps.

“In the past, I was forced to use different ones because I did not have the choice. But I have got a good base to work on with experience and individual quality.

“We are definitely able to do great things even though we were not able to sustain this level of quality all along our qualification campaign.

“It was a bit more difficult on our friendlies.

“One important factor is that the players are also very fit at the moment. And that showed on the team. It will be important to be at that level in a month.”

Olivier Giroud, Arsenal striker who’s very famous with pay per head services, scored a brace when playing against Australia, making it eight goals for club and country since the beginning of the season in August.

Deschamps added: “He already has a lot of credit since he played against Belarus (last month) and he started the game on Friday.

“There is another game on Tuesday.

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“It’s good for him that he scored, it’s good for the team. He is full of confidence and I’m happy that he scored.”