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    • 1Lloris
    • 2Debuchy
    • 4Varane
    • 5Sakho
    • 3Evra
    • 19Pogba
    • 6Cabaye
    • 14Matuidi
    • 8Valbuena
    • 10Benzema
    • 11Griezmann
    • 18Valladares
    • 21Beckeles
    • 5Bernárdez
    • 3Maynor Figueroa
    • 7Izaguirre
    • 17Najar
    • 8Palacios
    • 19Garrido
    • 15Espinoza
    • 11Bengtson
    • 13Costly
    • 10Marvin Chávez
    • 14Boniek García
    • 22Escober
    • 6Juan Carlos García
    • 9Jerry Palacios
    • 4Montes
    • 2Osman Chávez
    • 16Rony Martínez
    • 23Mario Martínez
    • 1López
    • 12Delgado
    • 20Claros

    France

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-3-3
    • 1 H. Lloris
    • 2 M. Debuchy
    • 4 R. Varane
    • 5 M. Sakho
    • 3 P. Evra
    • 19 P. Pogba (Sissoko ')
    • 6 Y. Cabaye (Mavuba ')
    • 14 B. Matuidi
    • 8 M. Valbuena (Giroud ')
    • 10 K. Benzema
    • 11 A. Griezmann

    Honduras

    Starting line up
    Formation 4-4-2
    • 18 N. Valladares
    • 21 B. Beckeles
    • 5 V. Bernárdez (Chavez Guity ')
    • 3 M. Figueroa
    • 7 E. Izaguirre
    • 17 A. Najar (Claros ')
    • 8 W. Palacios
    • 19 L. Garrido
    • 15 R. Espinoza
    • 11 J. Bengtson (Garcia Ramirez ')
    • 13 C. Costly
    Substitutes
    • 17 L. Digne
    • 23 M. Landreau
    • 9 O. Giroud
    • 13 E. Mangala
    • 21 L. Koscielny
    • 7 R. Cabella
    • 12 R. Mavuba
    • 15 B. Sagna
    • 22 M. Schneiderlin
    • 16 S. Ruffier
    • 20 L. Remy
    • 18 M. Sissoko
    Substitutes
    • 10 M. Chávez
    • 14 O. Garcia Ramirez
    • 22 D. Escober
    • 6 J. Garcia
    • 9 J. Palacios
    • 4 J. Montes
    • 2 O. Chavez Guity
    • 16 R. Martinez
    • 23 M. Martinez
    • 1 L. López
    • 12 E. Delgado
    • 20 J. Claros

    France vs Honduras

    This will be the first ever international meeting between France and Honduras.

    France have only won one of their last nine games in the World Cup group stages (2-0 v Togo in 2006).

    Les Bleus have only scored one goal from open play in their last six games in this competition.

    Franck Ribéry was France's top scorer and assist provider during the qualifiers, with five goals and six assists in 10 games, play-offs included.

    Honduras have failed to score in their last four World Cup games and bowed out of the 2010 edition without finding the net.

    Jerry Bengtson was Honduras' top scorer in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers with nine goals in 12 games.

    Since lifting the trophy in 1998, France have failed to score in all three World Cup openers, drawing two 0-0 and losing 1-0 to Senegal in 2002.

    No European side benefited from more goals from substitutes than France (four) in World Cup 2014 qualification.