Ahead of France's meeting against Spain on World Cup 2014 qualifying match on Tuesday, Les Blues striker Karim Benzema ensured football fans that his team will give their all to get positive result against La Furia Roja.
Having won their last three meeting against France, Spain will be hot favorite for the two country's upcoming clash at Vicente Calderon stadium in Madrid on Tuesday.
The two sides' latest meeting happened in the Euro 2012 finals where Spain defeated France 2-0 on that day.
France will be facing a tough battle against Spain in the 2014 World Cup qualifier on Tuesday. Both teams have already won their previous two group matches, meaning the big match clash is looking to be the decisive fixture in determining who will get that automatic qualifying ticket.
Spain will be hosting France on Tuesday as they continue their World Cup 2014 qualifier campaign in Madrid.
Acknowledging the strength of their upcoming opponents, Spain players will watching a close eyes on some of Les Blues' main threat on the pitch such as Frank Ribery and Karim Benzema.
Spain are looking ahead to face a strong test in their 2014 World Cup qualifier campaign as Vicente Del Bosque men host France in Madrid this Tuesday.
Speaking ahead of the big match, Del Bosque stated there will be no difference in quality on whether Spain play with or without a recognizable number nine striker on the pitch against France.
France and Italy are looking ahead to face crucial matches on their 2014 World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday. 1998 champions, France will be facing a stern test against World Cup holder, Spain, while Italy are preparing a tough battle with Denmark in Milan.
Spain overcame a Belarus side with Pedro scoring his 1rst hat-trick of his career while Jordi Alba also made his mark on the score-board to turn the final score-board in 4-0.
The Spanish defender Jordi Alba was the 1rst to find the back of the net with a simple tap in.
France national team won't be playing any World Cup 2014 qualifying match on Friday, but Didier Deschamps' men will be set for a big clash on Tuesday against Spain.
Preparing for that upcoming midweek battle, Les Blues will play in a friendly against Japan this Friday and Deschamps expect his players to focus on that game instead of thinking about Spain.