Exactly a month on from France's curtain-raising group stage victory over Romania, the hosts return to Euro 2016 action in Sunday's final against Portugal. It hasn't always been as pretty as had been anticipated, though Didier Deschamps' side have managed to find results even when performances have been missing. They're now only a game away from winning their first major tournament since 2000, and they'll head in as favourites.
The game kicks off at 3 p.m. ET. It's on TV on ESPN, and you can watch online on Watch ESPN.
Portugal, however, certainly shouldn't be written off. Fernando Santos' side progressed throughout the group stages without winning a single game, though they have grown stronger as the competition has reached its latter stages. They're an industrious and well-organised outfit, and in Cristiano Ronaldo, they have a player who can turn a game with a moment of individual brilliance. They're out for their first ever major tournament title; they were beaten by Greece in their only other final back in 2004.
History is certainly on the side of the French, who have won their last 10 games against Portugal. Not since a friendly back in 1975 have the Iberian outfit toppled Les Bleus.
TV: ESPN (US - English); ESPN Deportes (US - Spanish); TSN, RDS (Canada); BBC One, ITV 1 (UK); beIN Sports 1 (France); RTP 1, Sport TV1 (Portugal)
Match Date/Time: Sunday, 3 p.m. ET, 9 p.m. local
Venue: Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France