Benjamin Pavard features in Andy Schooler's 7/2 Bet Builder for Monday's Euro 2020 last-16 clash between France and Switzerland.
"France's disciplinary record is pretty poor when compared with their fellow 'top teams' and they've now seen 20+ booking points in 10 of their last 22 competitive games."
France v Switzerland
Monday 28 June, 20:00
Live on ITV
France have been hit hard by injuries on the left of their defence with Lucas Digne ruled out after limping off against Portugal, a match Lucas Hernandez missed due to his own problem.
As a result, it's expected that France will switch to a back three and play wing-backs in the form of Adrien Rabiot on the left and Benjamin Pavard on the right.
Interestingly, Pavard is just shy of even money to have 1+ shot in the game - a price which will look pretty big if he does start in a more forward-thinking role.
Even if he does line-up in a back four, Pavard, who famously scored the goal of the 2018 World Cup, is capable of getting a shot away - he did so in games against Bosnia and Sweden earlier this season.
The Swiss conceded no fewer than 19 shots against Turkey last time out and were soundly beaten by Italy in the group stage.
With Argentine ref Fernando Rapallini in charge, it's also worth adding France to pick up 20+ booking points at 13/10.
France's disciplinary record is pretty poor when compared with their fellow 'top teams' and they've now seen 20+ booking points in 10 of their last 22 competitive games.
They saw yellow on four occasions against the Portuguese when much was at stake last week and it would be no surprise were they to pick up at least two here.
Put the two bets together for a 7/2 BetBuilder.
Click here for James Eastham's in-depth France v Switzerland preview