The international break for Brazil 2014 World Cup Qualifiers continues as reigning world and European Champions, Spain host France on Tuesday in Madrid.
La Furia Roja looks to continue their incredible finals record but will face the last team to have knocked them out of a major tournament in Les Bleus.
With two wins from two, France is undefeated in their Brazil World Cup Qualifiers but Les Blues, however are dealing with a plethora of injuries in the midfield and their strikers are struggling to find the back of the net
Didier Deschamps faces his sternest test yet as national team boss when he brings his side to the Vicente Calderon to take on the world and double European champions.
Spain has won four of their last five encounters with France, including their 2-0 victory in the quarter-final of Euro 2012. The French will need more from stars Ribery and Karim Benzema if they are to have a chance in this one.
Spain sits atop Group I only on the account of goal difference having won two of their last qualifying fixture while their visitors are second on the log.