Sunday’s World Cup final will be one of the TV events of the year, as Argentina and France meet in Qatar.
It hasn’t been since 1986 and the days of Diego Maradona that the South Americans lift the World Cup trophy, although it will be their third final since.
Lionel Messi will be ready to end that long wait in his final game in the competition as he nears the end of a storied run, in search of the remaining and elusive winners’ medal.
France are defending champions after winning the World Cup four years ago in Russia and have the fearsome Kylian Mbappe in mind.
It really is a match not to be missed and as is now the tradition of World Cup finals, the match is broadcast live on BBC and ITV.
Where to watch Argentina vs France
Television channel: In the UK, Sunday’s World Cup final will be televised free and live on BBC One and ITV1. Coverage on ITV starts at 1:30pm before the BBC show starts at 1:50pm and starts at 3:00pm GMT.
Straight: Fans can also watch the game live online via BBC iPlayer and ITVX.
live blog: You can follow all the action of the day through Live Standard Sport Blog with Dan Kilpatrick, Nizaar Kinsella and Simon Collings all providing expert analysis on the ground.
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