The UEFA Nations League heavyweight clashes are back and this weekend will see a tantalizing match between France and Portugal.
The Euro 2016 finalists are in Group A3 and have both won two out of two in the competition so far this season.
France beat Ukraine 7-1 in a friendly on Wednesday while Portugal drew 0-0 with Spain on the same evening.
Now they will go head-to-head to take control of their Nations League group with a host of superstar names to be featured.
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France – Portugal: kick off date and time
This meeting will take place at the Stade de France in Paris on Sunday 11 October and will start at 7.45 p.m.
The latter two met in the final of Euro 2016 when an extra-time winner from Eder gave Portugal a memorable victory.
Despite the loss, France actually have a very good record against the Portuguese, winning ten of their last eleven meetings.
France v Portugal: TV channel and live broadcast
The match is broadcast on Sky Sports Football from 7.40 p.m. and will follow their coverage of the other Group A3 game of the day, Croatia v Sweden.
Sky Sports customers can stream this live through the app using their mobile devices, tablets or computers.
Alternatively, you can buy a Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £ 8.99.
How many goals has Cristiano Ronaldo scored for Portugal?
With more than 100 international goals to his name and a host of records, the Juventus striker pursues another milestone.
Iran’s Ali Daei scored 109 goals in 149 caps during his career before retiring in 2006 and the record is something Ronaldo, 35, has been looking for.
Speaking in November when he scored the No.99 goal for Portugal, he said: “All records have to be broken and I will beat that record.”
Ronaldo, who helped Portugal win Euros 2016 and the Nations League last summer, now has 101 goals in 166 appearances.
France v Portugal: teams
Goalkeepers: Hugo Lloris, Mike Maignan, Steve Mandanda
Defenders: Lucas Digne, Leo Dubois, Lucas Hernandez, Presnel Kimpembe, Clement Linglet, Benjamin Pavard, Dayot Upamecano, Raphael Varane
Midfielders: Eduardo Camavinga, N’Golo Kante, Steven Nzonzi, Paul Pogba, Adrien Rabiot, Corentin Tolisso
Forwards: Houssem Aouar, Wissam Ben Yedder, Kignsley Coman, Olivier Giroud, Antoine Griezmann, Anthony Martial, Kylian Mbappe
Goalkeepers: Anthony Lopes, Rui Patricio, Rui Silva
Defenders: Joao Cancelo, Jose Fonte, Mario Rui, Nelson Semedo, Pepe, Raphael Guerrero, Ruben Dias
Milieux de terrain: Bruno Fernandes, Danilo Pereira, Joao Moutinho, Renato Sanches, Ruben Neves, Sergio Oliveira, William Carvalho
Attaquants: Andre Silva, Bernardo Silva, Cristiano Ronaldo, Diogo Jota, Joao Felix, Daniel Podence, Rafa Silva, Trincao