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France’s Les Bleus: Spain’s opponent on the Euro 2012?

As the pre-tournament friendlies are completed, we are already seeing a glimpse of the future. Of course there’s Spain. The Spaniards have gained three friendly wins over Serbia, South Korea, and China, as Vicente del Bosque's side embark on the defence of their European Championship crown - take note - WITH THE ABSENCE of the injured Barcelona duo of Carles Puyol and David Villa. Perhaps no one can stop La Furia Roja – or so it seems.

Earlier, France just claimed a stunning 4-0 victory over Estonia. This is the fourth friendly win this 2012, starting with Germany, then Iceland, then Serbia.

“Offensively, France have positively sparkled in their recent friendlies, finally discovering the kind of potential that has been untapped since the days of Zinedine Zidane,” French football expert in Goal.com Robin Bairner said in his recent article on France’s resurgence as a top-notch team.

“Whereas the training camp before and during the World Cup campaign in 2010 served only to spectacularly drive the team apart, the time France have spent at Clairefontaine over the last few weeks seems to have been effective in bringing the side together, in an attacking sense at least.”

Star Footballer Samir Nasri believes France fans will see their side return to the "top echelon" of the game and believes Les Bleus can make a statement, if not dominate the Euro 2012 this summer.

"France have grown and we improved in the qualification for the Euros," He said in a goal.com interview. "It wasn't easy because we didn't start well, but we showed a glimpse of what this team could be in just a small amount of time."

Nasri played the first 73 minutes of the friendly game against Estonia. For the French-Algerian footballer (who also plays with Manchester City in the FIFA), France have come a long way since their first-round failure under Raymond Domenech at the World Cup in South Africa two years ago. A big step indeed at the right direction.

As we look at the two teams, we might be witnessing a preview of the finals. But who will dominate who? Will the Red Fury be cooled down by the Blues? Or will the Red Fury retain its glory and burn the Blues dreams to ashes?