France and Belgium go head-to-head in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday for the chance to compete in the 2018 World Cup final.
Les Bleus have reached the final on two previous occasions; in 1998 on home soil when they went on to win, and in 2006 when they lost to Italy on penalties.
The Red Devils have never made it to the final. They reached the semi-finals once before in 1986 but failed to advance.
Date: Tuesday, July 10
Time: 9 p.m. local time/7 p.m. BST/2 p.m. ET
TV: BBC (UK), ITV (UK), Fox (USA)
According to Tom Doyle of the Evening Standard, Belgium's only absence will be the suspended Thomas Meunier.
France, it seems, will have a full complement of players available to them, with Blaise Matuidi returning after he was suspended for the quarter-final.
After coming from 2-0 down to beat Japan in the last 16, Belgium impressed as they saw off the challenge of Brazil in the quarter-final with a 2-1 win.
Kevin De Bruyne, having been deployed in a deep role by manager Roberto Martinez for much of the tournament, thrived in a more advanced position against the Selecao and scored a fine goal to help his side progress:
There were plenty of other positives to take from their performance, per football writer Karl Matchett:
They'll be France's biggest test at the World Cup.
Les Bleus faced Argentina and Uruguay after cruising through a straightforward group of Denmark, Australia and Peru. However, Argentina were a disjointed side who only just scraped through to the knockout phase, and Uruguay sorely missed the injured Edinson Cavani and offered little attacking threat as a result.
The Independent's Miguel Delaney has not been overly impressed by the French:
While they may not always be as fluid as you'd like given the talent available, their players have match-winning capability, and they could do so against Belgium.
The Red Devils should be commended for their victory over Brazil, but the Selecao were not without chances and could easily have added to their tally with only slightly more clinical finishing.
The likes of Olivier Giroud, Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann can take full advantage if Belgium have any slip-ups at the back, particularly as they have an in-form Paul Pogba supplying them with ammunition.
It makes for a potentially thrilling clash on Tuesday, one that could go either way.