Spain are hoping to win the World Cup after sending European champions Italy to the semi-finals.
Spain will face France in the final of the League of Nations in San Siro, Milan, Italy on Sunday.
The world champions reached the scheduled conclusion of the tournament with a thrilling comeback win in the middle of the week in Belgium.
Les Blues trailed by two goals to beat the Red Devils by goals-2, with AC Milan left-back Theo Hernandez losing the last-minute winner.
France have an impressive front three – Kylian Mbappe, Karim Benzema and Anthony Griezmann, who are hoping to win their 100th cap. If he takes the field, Griezmann will win the Centennial Cap as the ninth Frenchman.
However, the world champions will be without Adrian Rabiot after a positive test for Juventus midfielder Covid-1 for.
“Obviously this is bad news for us, and the health situation that is improving day by day reminds us that there are still concerns,” said France coach Didier Deschamps.
“Is the group upset? This is certainly not a pleasant situation, but the group has somehow been reassured because we all arrived in Milan and tested quickly and everyone tested negative.
Italy’s record run is over
Meanwhile, Spain have reached the final after sending European champions Italy.
La Rosa ended Italy’s world-record 37-game unbeaten run, losing 2-1 at San Siro.
Spain lost to Italy on penalties in the late Euro 2020 semifinals.
Spain seem to be smoothing out the wrinkles after going through a transition under coach Luis Enrique.
Enrique 1 presented a fresh team from Euro 2020 with many new young players, including Euro-year-old Gavi.
The Spanish coach said France were “the best team in the world, looking at the people” but his team looked confident after beating Italy on Wednesday.
“Football is a great game where the team plays its best, and I hope it will be for us tomorrow,” he told reporters.
Italy and Belgium, the two losing semifinals, will take on the third-place play-off horn before Sunday.