FRANCE take on Bosnia-Herzegovina this week as they continue their qualifying campaign for World Cup 2022.
And Kylian Mbappe - who was the subject of an £189m bid from Real Madrid REJECTED by PSG on deadline day - is set to feature for Didier Deschamps' France.
When is France vs Bosnia?
France vs Bosnia-Herzegovina takes place on Wednesday, September 1.
The match will kick off at 7.45pm.
Strasbourg's Stade de la Meinau plays host.
What TV channel and live stream is France vs Bosnia on?
France vs Bosnia will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Red Button in the UK.
Chelsea star N'Golo Kante is a doubt for France.
The midfielder suffered an ankle injury against Liverpool at the weekend, and despite travelling with the French squad may not be risked.
Though Ousmane Dembele, Adrien Rabiot and Benjamin Pavard have not joined the France squad and all miss out.
Arsenal man Sead Kolasinac is expected to feature for Bosnia.
Will France continue their unbeaten start to World Cup 2022 qualifying?
Back in March, les Bleus began the defence of their world title by only drawing 1-1 with Ukraine in Paris.
But, they bounced back with successive away wins.
Ousmane Dembélé scoring in a 2-0 victory over Kazakhstan in Nur-Sultan and then Antoine Griezmann getting the only goal in Bosnia.
So, Didier Deschamps’ side are top of this group, four points clear of second-placed Ukraine.
Since then though, Euro 2020 hasn’t gone to plan for the World Championships.
They topped the group of death, Group F, beating Germany and then drawing with Hungary and Portugal.
But then, despite leading 3-1 in the 81st minute, they drew 3-3 with Switzerland and then lost the subsequent round of 16 penalty shootout.
Now, will they bounce back in these qualifiers?
Bosnia & Herzegovina will be hoping to finish in Group D’s play-off spot, just behind probable group winners France.
The Golden Lilies’ only major tournament appearance since independence was in Brazil seven years ago.
Although, they’ve lost in the play-offs for World Cup 2010, Euro 2012, 2016 and 2020, the latter to Northern Ireland 11 months ago.
Earlier this year, they started this campaign by drawing 2-2 with Finland and then that aforementioned 1-0 defeat to France.
Ivaylo Petev’s side host Kazakhstan in six days time but anything they get here will be a bonus.
Will France ease to victory at Stade de la Meinau in Strasbourg?