Paul Pogba was lucky not to get sent off in France's 3-0 win over Honduras on Sunday, but is set to start against Switzerland.
Olivier Giroud may have to settle for a starting spot on the bench once more as a result of Karim Benzema's goalscoring exploits.
Yohan Cabaye is a doubt, but Didier Deschamps will be hoping he has no need to alter his starting XI.
A late Haris Seferovic winner guided Switzerland to all 3 points against Ecuador to get their World Cup campaign up and running. The Swiss have the quality to surprise any team in Brazil, but will need to up their game against France in the game of the group.
Les Bleus comprehensively dispatched of Honduras with relative ease in their opening group game and Deschamps will be expecting a similar performance against Switzerland. Ottmar Hitzfeld's side are France's biggest threat to progressing from Group E, so the French coach would be right to demand a win.
Both teams boast quality all across the pitch and this game has the potential to be one of the best of the group stages. With the likes of Josip Drmic, Admir Mehmedi, Karim Benzema and Antoine Griezmann in attack, the midfield battle could settle this tie.
However, the offensive ability of the two sides suggest this one may turn out to be an entertaining draw.
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