England face France in a blockbuster World Cup quarter-final on Saturday, continuing a long footballing rivalry between the near neighbours.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some memorable prior encounters.
England 2 France 0 (July 20, 1966)
Roger Hunt scored in each half to keep 98,000 fans at Wembley happy and pairing the hosts with Argentina in the quarter-finals rather than West Germany. The rest is history.
England 3 France 1 (June 16, 1982)
The game is best remembered for Bryan Robson’s goal after 27 seconds, his country’s quickest ever at a World Cup, but the midfielder also put his side ahead for a second time before Paul Mariner made it safe.
France 2 England 1 (June 13, 2004)
Frank Lampard’s 38th-minute header put England in front but David Beckham had a penalty saved by Fabien Barthez. Zinedine Zidane showed the coolest head of all as the closing moments arrived, curling home a last-gasp free-kick, then converting from the penalty spot after David James fouled Thierry Henry.
England 1 France 1 (June 11, 2012)
Joleon Lescott’s header on the half-hour raised hopes but Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri hit back before half-time as both sides banked a point on their way to the quarter-finals.
France 3 England 2 (June 13, 2017)
Harry Kane nabbed an early goal but Les Bleus rallied to go in ahead at half-time.
A red card for Raphael Varane at the start of the second period should have changed things but, despite Kane’s equaliser from the penalty spot, Ousmane Dembele sealed the win.