Already-qualified France will look to round off their Euro 2022 group stage with a win when they face Iceland on Monday, although their opponents still harbour hopes of qualifying themselves.
Les Bleues are through to the quarter-finals as Group D winners after beating Belgium 2-1 last time out, although it was a costly victory as star striker Marie-Antoinette Katoto injured her ACL and is out of the tournament.
Iceland are unbeaten so far having drawn against both Italy and the Belgians, although their fate will be decided by results elsewhere unless they can find a way to beat France.
Here’s everything you need to know about this clash…
When is kick-off? Monday 18 July, 20:00 (BST)
Where is the match being played? New York Stadium, Rotherham
TV channel/live stream? BBC Two (UK)
What time does coverage start? 19:30 (BST)
Iceland have no injury concerns, although right-back Sif Atladottir could come back into the team having dropped to the bench for the draw with Italy.
The huge news in the build-up to this contest is that Katoto is out for the rest of the tournament and for the long-term having suffered an ACL injury against Belgium.
Ouleymata Sarr will likely deputise from the start against Iceland, but Katoto’s absence could be seriously damaging to France’s chances of winning the tournament.
Sandie Toletti could return to the midfield having been rested last time out.
Iceland: (4-3-3) S. Sigurdardottir; Atladottir, Viggosdóttir, Arnardottir, Gunnlaugsdottir; Brynjarsdottir, G. Jonsdottir, Vilhjalmsdottir; Albertsdottir, Thorvaldsdottir, S. Jonsdottir
France: (4-3-3) Peyraud-Magnin; Perisset, Mbock, Renard, Karchaoui; Geyoro, Bilbault, Toletti; Diani, Sarr, Cascarino
We have seen two sides to France at this tournament so far; one that is free-scoring and plays free-flowing football, and another that is more pragmatic but gets the job done.
Given they are already through as group winners the pressure is off Les Bleues, although they will need to keep their wits about them against an Iceland side who will be absolutely desperate to get what they need to progress.
There are a number of permutations, but Iceland will progress with a win or if both Group D games are drawn on Monday night. They might just do it.
Score prediction: Iceland 2-2 France