The fourth and final quarter-final of Euro 2016 takes place this evening as France host Iceland at the Stade de France in Paris.
Host nation France topped Group A without ever seeming to find top gear and found themselves 1-0 down to Republic of Ireland in their last-16 fixture, but fought back to prevail 2-1 thanks to a quickfire brace from Antoine Griezmann.
They now face an intriguing clash against surprise package Iceland, who overcame a woeful England side by the same scoreline in Nice, a result that sent shockwaves through the tournament and cost Roy Hodgson his job.
The winners will face Germany in Marseille on 7 July.
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