It appears Didier Deschamps will field an extremely terrifying front three against Australia.
Defenders in Group C, beware.
France's World Cup numbers. Image: PA
Many are tipping France to raise gold on July 15th in Russia.
'Les Bleus' boast some of the very best players in the world including a frightening set of attackers.
We're talking Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele, Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann and Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe, to name but a few.
French players in training. Image: PA
And if reports from French outlet L'Equipe are anything to go by, Deschamps will let the trio loose versus the 'Socceroos' in their opening World Cup game on Saturday.
That's despite PSG's 19-year-old phenom suffering an injury scare during a training session.
Adil Rami appeared to accidentally step on Mbappe's foot who collapsed to the floor, screaming in agony, before receiving medial attention.
However, the budding striker posted on social media seeming to refute any injury claim, while thanking the messages of support and asking his followers to let Rami off.
As well as starting Dembele, Griezmann and Mbappe, the report also suggests Paul Pogba, N'Golo Kante and Corentin Tolisso will complete a three-man midfield.
Benjamin Pavard, Samuel Umtiti, Raphael Varane and Lucas Hernández will reportedly make up the defensive line in front of Hugo Lloris.
Dembele and Mbappe celebrate scoring a goal. Image: PA
After Australia, France play Peru then Denmark.
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