The French team will play two crucial matches in their Euro 2020 qualification campaign. On the program, first is a meeting with Iceland on Friday, October 11 at 20:45, before the reception of Turkey on Monday, October 14 at the Stade de France (20.45).
AS Monaco host Stade Rennais Sunday, October 20 when Ligue 1 resumes; the Monegasque striker will have five days to prepare for the game with his teammates after these two meetings.
Note that after six days in this qualifying phase, France have 15 points and share the lead in Group H with Turkey, Iceland are three points further back. Suffice to say that Didier Deschamps and his players have much to do during this second international break of the season.