France will look to get their World Cup campaign off to a winning start when they face Australia in Kazan on Saturday (kick-off 11am BST).
Les Bleus are one of the favourites to win the tournament, but head coach Didier Deschamps faces tough choices over his front three.
He fielded experienced Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud with the substitutes team in training on Wednesday, suggesting 19-year-old Kylian Mbappe and Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele could start in the Group C clash against Australia along with Antoine Griezmann.
Having captained Les Bleus to the 1998 World Cup triumph on home soil, Deschamps knows a thing or two about global success and is blessed with one of the strongest squads in Russia.
France are expected to top their group, which also features Denmark and Peru, but Mbappe thinks they are still behind the competition’s top teams.
“Let’s face it, Brazil, Spain and Germany are a little ahead of us. But on one competition you never know what can happen. We have potential, but if you look at everyone’s trophy list, ours fits on one piece of paper,” he said.