League of Nations: Croatia unveils 29 players to challenge France squad

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Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic has announced his 29-player squad for the two Nations League matches against France in June.

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A double confrontation against Croatia awaits the French team in June. The Blues will be selected for the League of Nations group stage under Zlatko Dalic’s matches at the Poljud Stadium (Split) on 6 June and the Stade de France on 13 June respectively. Vatreni has unveiled its group on Monday, several weeks before the deadline.

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Zlatko Dalić has called up an expanded squad of 29 players with 6 reserves for the next four matches, including both against France. Captain Luka Modric, who continues to shine at Real Madrid, is essentially called up, as are other officials such as Matteo Kovacic, Ivan Perisic and Mario Pasalic.

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Duje Caleta-Carr (OM) and Lovro Major (Rennes) are the two Ligue 1 players on this list, while Lille’s Ivo Grubic is available in the reserve list. Recent Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb will feature three players along with Dominic Livakovic, Josip Sutalo and Mislav Orsic.

Austria and Denmark also form the League of Nations groupings where France and Croatia are. Modric and his teammates, last World Cup finalists, will recover at the end of the year in Qatar. Croatia is in Group F of the competition along with Belgium, Morocco and Canada.

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Group:

Guardian: Dominic Livakovic (Dinamo), Ivica Ivusic (Osijek), Nediljko Labrovic (Rijeka)

Protector: Domagoz Vida (Basicatas), Sime Versalco (Atlético Madrid), Borna Barisic (Glasgow Rangers), Duje Caleta-Carr (Marseille), Josip Juranovic (Celtic), Josco Guardiol (RB Leipzig), Borna Sosa (Stuttgart), Marin Pongracik ( Borussia Dortmund), Josip Stanisic (Bayern Munich), Martin Erlik (Spezia), Josip Sutalo (Dinamo)

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Climate: Luka Modric (Real Madrid), Matteo Kovacic (Chelsea), Marcelo Brozovic (Inter Milan), Mario Pasalic (Atlanta), Nikola Vlasic (West Ham), Lovro Major (Renes), Kristijn Jakic (Francofert), Luka Saskik (RB Salzburg) ) )

Ahead: Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan), Ledi Kramarik (Tottenham), Josip Brakalo (Torino), Mislav Orsic (Dinamo), Marco Livaja (Hadjuk), Ante Budimir (Osasuna), Petar Musa (Boavista)

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