2016 Euro finalists France will take on Croatia in a blockbuster match on Sunday in the final of the FIFA World Cup 2018.
1998 winners France are a step away from winning their 2nd World Cup trophy, as Croatia will be out to stop them.
There are certain individual and team records that could be set on Sunday.
Here we look at the same.
The two sides have met earlier once in the World Cup in 1998, with France winning the semi-final tie.
They have a chance to keep their 100% record alive in overall meetings.
This is also France's second major final in a span of two years.
This is Croatia's first final in any tournament.
This is France's 3rd World Cup final appearance.
Croatian defender Dejan Lovren is set to become only the second player, after Henry, of an English club to reach a Champions League final and the World Cup final in the same year.
Croatia's 32-year-old mid-fielder, Luka Modric, is set to break Croatia's record for most World Cup appearances.
He has currently played 11 games and would become the most capped (12) in the final.
Modric has covered a distance of 63 km in total, according to FIFA statistics, and could end up covering the most distance by any player at the World Cup 2018.
France mid-fielder Paul Pogba is set to feature in another major final.
He has already been a part of several finales.
This is his first World Cup final, as he has featured at the Euro 2016 final for France.
He has also been in a UEFA Champions League final and an Europa League final.
All this has come at just 25 years of age.
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