France's tactical design is brilliant, and plays on its players strengths. It's great in it's simplicity. Three steps: Build a wall, get the ball, pass to Paul. France won and dominated Argentina in the final 30 mostly because Argentina overloaded France's left, and France could happily absorb the pressure, give the ball to Paul, who connected with free-roaming Giroud and Griezmann or, more frequlenty, in the space behind the Argentine right wing. I don't see this changing much for Uruguay. It's a nice way to combine all these players' strengths.