Denmark-France, (26 June 2018, Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow)
This duel between two highly fancied European sides will likely be given top billing during the third round of games in Group C.
The countries know each other well, having gone head-to-head on the World Cup stage on two previous occasions, both times in the final match of the group.
On the road to their sole triumph in 1998, France secured a 2-1 victory, but in 2002 it was the Danes who emerged victorious, 2-0 when the reigning world champions flattered to deceive.
What you need to know
- France and Peru have only ever faced each other once before, on 28 April 1982 at the Parc des Princes. In what served as a preparatory match for the forthcoming World Cup in Spain, Michel Platini and Co lost 1-0, with Juan Carlos Oblitas scoring for the South Americans in the 82nd minute.
- â€œLast time around, everyone said that it was a fantastic draw, even some of our players, but weâ€™re not going to get through it just by clicking our fingers,â€ said Didier Deschamps after the Draw. The wily coach, who has a reputation for enjoying a little bit of luck during draws, was clearly keen to keep feet in the French camp firmly on the ground.
- He may have reason to do so, as according to the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking in November, Group C is, in fact, the most challenging pool of Russia 2018, featuring France (ninth), Australia (39th), Peru (11th) and Denmark (12th).
3Â â€“ The number of World Cups in which Tim Cahill has found the back of the net. If he succeeds in scoring in Russia, the attack-minded Australian will enter an elite club, as only Uwe Seeler, Pele and Miroslav Klose have previously notched a goal in four different editions of the prestigious tournament.