Prior to the World Cup final, FIVE first-team players, including Varane and Tchouameni, are injured.

Prior to the World Cup final, FIVE first-team players, including Varane

and Tchouameni, are injured.

The preparation for the World Cup final in France has fallen into disarray as a result of a number of first-team players skipping training.

On Sunday, the 2018 winners will defend their championship against an Argentina that takes inspiration from Lionel Messi.

Raphael Varane did not attend France practice before the game Editing: Getty

A new name has been added to the following list of absentees: Aurelian Tchouameni Editing: Getty

Semi-final scores e Due to a knee injury, Theo Hernandez was absent from practice Editing: Getty

To be the first team to defend the Jules Rimet since Brazil in 1962, but, they have suffered a slight setback due to a number of players missing training due to illness and injury.

Raphael Varane and Ibrahima Konate, the centre backs for the semifinals, were both suspected to be absent from training today owing to the virus.

Kingsley Coman has since been added to the list of people who are out with the flu, and the winger was feeling ill prior to the Morocco match.

Aurelien Tchouameni, a midfielder, and Theo Hernandez, a fullback, have been added to the list of absentees.

RMC stated that the absence of the pay was due to physical rather than internal problems.

Tchouameni, one of the tournament’s standout players, was absent because of a hip bruise.

Henandez is allegedly missing at this time and is having knee problems.

Prior to the semi-final, Les Bleus suffered from a number of absences as Adien Rabiot and Dayot Upamecano were forced to stay home due to illness.

Boss Didie Deschamps lamented the impact of the influenza-like illness on training.

“Temperatures have dipped slightly in Doha, and air conditioning is always on,” he remarked.

A few people have experienced flu-like symptoms.

We’re trying to be cautious so that it doesn’t spread, but players have made excellent improvements on the field, and undoubtedly their immune systems are suffering.

“Dayot Upamecano felt nauseous right away following the game” (against England).

“When you exert such effort, your body is weaker and you are more likely to contract certain infections.

“We are taking all necessary precautions to ensure that the infection doesn’t spread, but since its uses are obviously contagious, we must exercise caution around them.

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