World Cup 2018: Live Stream and TV Info for France Vs. Croatia

The eyes of the world will be on Moscow on Sunday, as soccer's biggest prize goes up for grabs.

France and Croatia meet again at the World Cup for the first time since Les Bleus beat Croatia in the semifinal in 1998 on their way to a first World Cup final.

The game kicks off at 10 a.m. EST and will be broadcast live on Fox Sports and Telemundo, with commentary in English on the former and Spanish on the latter. The match will also be available online via FOX Sports GO, FOX Soccer Match Pass and the FOX Sports app and will be streamed live via Fubo Premier, DirectTV Now and Sling Blue.

France are favorites to lift the trophy, with William Hill offering odds of 4/9 on Les Bleus to add a second World Cup crown to their belts, while Croatia are 7/4 to win the tournament for the first time.

France will play Croatia in the Russia 2018 World Cup final football match at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on July 15, 2018. AFP/Getty Images)

Didier Deschamps' men are 17/20 to win in 90 minutes, with Croatia at 18/5 and the draw at 23/10. Meanwhile, FiveThirtyEight gives France a 59 percent chance to win the final.

While the likes of Antoine Griezmann and, in particular, Kylian Mbappe have stolen the headlines, France's defensive solidity has played a major role in their march to the final.

Les Bleus have conceded just for goals this tournament, with three of them coming against Argentina in the round of 16 and the other being a penalty against Australia in their opening game.

France have arguably had the hardest route through to the final they could have envisaged, knocking out Argentina, Uruguay and Belgium in the process, but Paul Pogba believes that does not make them favorite on Sunday.

"I don't think we are the favorites, it is a World Cup final," he said in a press conference on Thursday, as reported by ESPN.

"Croatia are really strong mentally. They came back from a goal down against England. They might have played 90 minutes more than us [due to extra-time in the last three matches] but the most determined team will win on Sunday.

"We have to stay like we are, not think that we are the favorites."

Their opponents, meanwhile, reached the first-ever World Cup final after coming from behind to beat England 2-1 in the semifinal.

Croatia are the underdogs going into the final, not least because they have played 120 minutes in each of their three knockout stages, but Zlatko Dalic is convinced his side can claim the greatest prize of all.

"At this World Cup, the star-studded teams relying on the big names are already on the beach," he said at a press conference, as reported by Reuters.

"It's the compact, united teams fighting for something that are still around.

"It's been the strangest World Cup. Football has advanced so much so any team can have well-organized defense, so there are no huge winning margins and the team is everything."