The finalists of the 2021 UEFA Nations League have been confirmed after the semi-final fixtures that took place earlier this international break.
With holders Portugal having already been eliminated, the biennial competition will have a new winner this time around. Who would that be? Who will be in the final? When and where is the game? How can I watch it? We know you've got questions, and you know, we've got you covered.
Who will be in the final?
The final will be between world champions France and former world champions Spain.
France sealed their place in the final after pulling off a stunning comeback in the semi-final, scoring three goals in the second half after trailing by two goals in the first-half against Belgium.
Meanwhile, Spain ended Euro 2020 champions Italy's unbeaten streak in the semi-final as Ferran Torres' first-half double propelled them to a 2-1 win.
When and where is the game?
The 2021 UEFA Nations League final will take place at the iconic San Siro, home of both Inter and Milan, on October 11, 12:15 am Indian Standard Time.
Where to watch the game?
The game will be telecast live on SONY Ten channels. You can also watch the game on SONY Liv app, where it will be live streamed.
What happens if the score is level at the end of normal time?
If both teams are inseparable at the end of the normal time, there will be a 30-minute extra time. If the score remains level at the end of the extra-time too, the winner will be decided on penalties.