Portugal will take on France in the final of the Euro 2016 at Stade de France on 10 July, Sunday.
Where to watch live
Kick-off is set for 8pm BST. BBC One, BBC One HD, ITV 1 and ITV 1 HD will provide live coverage of the final in the United Kingdom. Radio commentary of the match will be available on BBC Radio 5 Live.
This is for the second time Portugal have made it to the final of the European championship. The first time was in 2004, when they lost to Greece 1-0 in front of their home fans. France have made it to the final of two occasions and Sunday's clash will be their final in the history of the tournament.
France have won the tournament in 1984 (after defeating Spain) and 2000 (after defeating Italy). The host nation will be looking to keep their winning streak in the final intact when they face Cristiano Ronaldo's side at Stade de France.
Portugal sealed a berth in the final following their 2-0 victory over Wales. It was Ronaldo's bullet header in the second half, followed by Nani's deflected shot of the Real Madrid forward's kick that was sufficient for them to beat Chris Coleman's side.
It was for the first time that Portugal managed to win a match in the Euro 2016 within 90 minutes. In the previous fix fixtures, Fernando Santos' side settled for a draw, which saw the course of the match being decided in the extra time and penalties during the Round of 16 and the quarter-final clash respectively.
France also sealed a 2-0 win in the second semi-final against Germany. Antoine Griezmann gave a lead from the spot kick before Atletico Madrid star doubled Didier Deschamps' side lead, which saw them beat the World Champions.
Even France are unbeaten in the tournament and barring the goalless draw against Switzerland, they have won all their fixtures. Hugo Lloris has kept three clean sheets and conceded four goals so far in the Euros. He will be looking for another clean sheet when his take on Portugal on Sunday.
- Portugal to win
Betting Odds (betfair)
- Portugal to win: 7/2
- Draw: 21/10
- France to win: 21/20
Possible XI: Rui Patricio; Cedric, Fonte, Pepe, Eliseu; Mario, Sanches, Moutinho, Silva; Nani, Ronaldo
Possible XI: Lloris; Sagna, Rami, Kolscielny, Evra; Matuidi, Pogba; Payet, Greizmann, Sissoko; Giroud.