Despite being world champions, France have become known as a side which often grind out wins by a tighter scoreline. Didier Deschamps has evidently implemented a similar sort of playing style to his side which mirrors how he played during his career: a solid, hard-working midfielder.
Eight of their 14 wins since their triumph in Russia have been by a scoreline of either 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1, with the only exceptions coming against much lower-ranked opposition, such as Andorra, Moldova, Albania and Iceland.
Three of the last four meetings between these two have also produced one of these scorelines in favour of the French, the only admission is the Euro 2016 final, which ended 0-0 after 90 minutes.
Portugal have not defeated France in 90 minutes since a friendly in 1975, and a low scoring win for the world champions is available at odds of 7/4 with Sky Bet.