IF you were on a French fancy you got more of a sunken souffle as they struggled to see off Australia.
It was a bit of a sweet and sour display from France who must do better if they're to see off Peru.
The high point was Antoine Griezmann scoring even if it was from a jammy penalty and I'm on the Atletico Madrid striker to hit the target again.
France are often slow starters so I expect them to improve and they're 11-20 at McBookie to pick up the points.
Peru surprisingly left out star striker Paolo Guerrero against Denmark and he must have been frustrated as he watched team-mates miss a succession of chances and a penalty in a 1-0 defeat.
- Griezmann to score (4pm)
The plucky Aussies need something from Denmark but may struggle again in a low scorer. Consider under 2.5 goals at 4-7 with McBookie and Christian Eriksen to score at 13-5 with Paddy Power.
Australia were seriously unlucky in the opener with a dubious VAR-awarded penalty proving the difference and while they lack quality they have plenty of spirit.
Denmark profited from Peru's penalty miss and a superb display by Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel and they should just about edge the win.
- Eriksen to score (1pm)
Today's other game should be a cracker between Argentina and Croatia with the South Americans still reeling after being held 1-1 by Iceland.
The Croats are in a good place after a 2-0 defeat of Nigeria and could avoid defeat – Croatia draw no bet is 2-1 at Marathonbet.
Argentina weren't rated by many before the start of the tournament and were poor against Iceland with Lionel Messi even missing a penalty.
He is 6-5 with McBookie to score and 10-3 at McBookie to score but after four fails from seven surely he won't be put on the spot. Argentina are 14-1 at bet365 to miss one.
- Croatia draw no bet (7pm)