England complete their group games at the 2017 Rugby League World Cup by taking on France in Perth on Sunday morning.
Wayne Bennett’s side are bidding to follow up last week’s victory over Lebanon with another two points as they prepare for the knockout stage and a likely quarter-final against Papua New Guinea.
Kevin Brown will be given a chance to impress at halfback while Jermaine McGillvary is free to play after being cleared of a biting charge.
So – when does the match get underway? And where can you watch the action unfold?
Here’s all you need to know ahead of England vs France…
What time is England vs France?
England take on France in Perth at 10am on Sunday morning.
Where can I watch it?
The game will be screened live on BBC2 and streamed on the BBC website.
Alternatively, you can follow every kick, tackle and try LIVE right here on Mirror Sport.
England: Widdop; Ratchford, Percival, Bateman, McGillvary; Brown, Gale; Hill, Roby, Graham; Currie, McMeeken; O’Loughlin
Subs: Walmsley, T Burgess, Taylor, Williams
France: Kheirallah; Yaha, Ader, Julien, Bergal; Fages, Albert; Herold, Boudebza, Maria; Garcia, Bousquet; Baitieri
Subs: Margalet, Navarrete, Rouch, Djalout