France are firm favourites as they take on a Poland side in the last-16 of the 2022 World Cup on Sunday afternoon.
Didier Deschamps rested nine players for his side’s surprise 1-0 loss to Tunisia but the 2018 winners still won Group D after beating both Argentina and Denmark.
Poland, spearheaded by captain Robert Lewandowski, lost last time out to Argentina but four points picked up prior to that was enough for qualification from Group C.
The winner of this match will face the victor of England’s last-16 clash against Senegal in the quarter-finals next Saturday. Here’s everything you need to know.
When is France vs Poland?
The match will kick off at 3pm GMT (10am ET) on Sunday 4 December. It will be played at the Al Thumama Stadium in Doha.
What TV channel is it on and how can I watch it online?
In the UK, it will be shown on BBC One, with coverage starting at 2:30pm, as well as on the BBC iPlayer.
The match will be shown on Fox Sports 1 in the United States.
France: Lloris, Koundé, Varane, Upamecano, Theo Hernández, Tchouaméni, Rabiot, Griezmann, Dembélé, Giroud, Mbappé
Poland: Szczęsny, Bereszyński, Kiwior, Glik, Cash, Frankowski, S. Szymański, Krychowiak, Zieliński, Kamiński, Lewandowski
There are some last-16 ties will throw up teams bang in form against notoriously more established opponents on the tournament stage. This is not one of them. A first-choice French side, led by Mbappe, should have far too much for a Poland team who have yet to really impress despite qualfying from their group. France 2-0 Poland