France will lock horns with Morocco in Qatar to try and book their place in the final of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The defending champions come into the game as favourites against the tournament’s surprise underdogs, but they will know that nothing is a given against Morocco.
The Atlas Lions shoulder the expectations of the entire African continent and Arab world after making to the last four in Qatar.
They boast the best defensive record in the competition with no losses and only one goal conceded thus far on their way to becoming the first African team to reach this point at a World Cup finals.
The key battle could down France’s left flank and Morocco’s right flank, where PSG’s Kylian Mbappe and Achraf Hakimi will have to put their friendship aside and take each other on.
Morocco could also try and inflict pain on the holders through set-pieces, which Didier Deschamps’ men have been susceptible to all tournament long.
The winner will move on to the final showdown in Lusail, where Lionel Messi’s Argentina await.
This is how both teams will line-up for this game: