On Saturday, Croatia faces Morocco in the third-place play-off at the FIFA World Cup, while Argentina and France go head to head in the final on Sunday.
Luka Modric will be keen to impress once again, especially with his nation being so reliant on his world-class midfield play. The 37-year-old has created two big chances so far at the World Cup and tends to take his side’s set pieces.
Lionel Messi is the top scorer at the World Cup, having scored five goals in six matches. On top of this. The 35-year-old has also created three assists.
Sofyan Amrabat has been superb at this tournament and will be looking to impose himself upon the Croatia midfield. The Fiorentina man has averaged 2.2 fouls per game and has been shown one yellow card so far.
Argentina defender Nicolas Otamendi has received two yellow cards at the World Cup, with both of these being in back-to-back matches against the Netherlands and Croatia.