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Watch the FIFA World Cup Final LIVE on ITV: France vs Croatia

Mark Pougatch presents coverage of the FIFA World Cup Final at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, as France and Croatia do battle to win the game's biggest trophy, LIVE on ITV on Sunday 15th July from 2:55pm.

France booked themselves a place in their third FIFA World Cup final with a disciplined and convincing 1-0 victory over Belgium in Saint Petersburg.

Croatia arrive to the final after coming from behind to beat England in extra time, 2-1.

France coach Didier Deschamps will tell his young side to focus on Croatia and three other Cs when they meet in Sunday's World Cup final: calmness, confidence and concentration.

Deschamps captained France to win the World Cup in 1998 Credit: AP

Speaking to reporters on the eve of Russia 2018's finale, the 49-year-old said: "It is a pleasure and a privilege to be here and I will tell my players there is nothing more beautiful for a player than the World Cup final. But I will say three important words: stay calm, have confidence and concentrate."

Deschamps, who has the chance to join Brazil's Mario Zagallo and Germany's Franz Beckenbauer as World Cup winners as both player and coach, said his team felt "satisfaction, not euphoria" at being in the final, as they were focusing on the biggest game of their lives and wanted that "result to talk for itself".

Antoine Griezmann trains with France teammates Credit: PA

Antoine Griezmann has insisted it does not matter how Les Bleus go about trying to beat Croatia in the World Cup final on Sunday.

I don't care how. I want a second star to be on this shirt, and if I have the star, I do not care about the game we have done.

Antoine Griezmann
Luka Modric in Croatia's training session Credit: AP

The 21st World Cup final kicks off at 4pm British Summer Time.

It will be France's third appearance on this stage in 20 years, while Croatia's best result is the third-place finish they achieved in the same 1998 edition of the tournament that France won.

Tune in to ITV from 2:55pm with live coverage presented by Mark Pougatch. We'll have expert punditry in the studio from Gary Neville, Roy Keane, Ian Wright and Lee Dixon, whilst Slaven Bilic and Ryan Giggs will join Jacqui Oatley pitchside.

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