Didier Deschamps has led his French side to the World Cup final, where they could clash with the Three Lions
France are into the World Cup final after seeing off Belgium in Saint Petersburg.
Didier Deschamps side took a while to get going in Russia, but are now awaiting the winners of England and Croatia in the July 15 showdown.
What have been World Cup results between England and France?
There’s only ever been two World Cup meetings between the pair since 1930.
The first came in 1966, where England saw off Les Bleus 2-0 on their way to lifting the Jules Rimet trophy.
Sixteen years later in ’82 it was the Three Lions who were victorious again, with Bryan Robson famously netting within 30 seconds in a 3-1 triumph.
In recent years results haven’t quite been as dominant for England, although the majority of meetings have been friendlies.
There was a 2-1 defeat in 2004 and then a 1-1 draw at Euro 2012, before a 2-0 victory at Wembley in the aftermath of the Paris attacks in 2015.
And the latest game was a friendly last June in Paris, where England were beaten 3-2 despite a Harry Kane brace.
Last five meetings
- March 26, 2008 LOST 0-1 (International Friendly)
- November 17, 2010 LOST 1-2 (International Friendly)
- June 11, 2012 DRAW 1-1 (Euro 2012)
- November 17, 2015 WON 2-0 (International Friendly)
- June 13, 2017 LOSS 2-3 (International Friendly)
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