Les Bleus will use their end-of-year friendly to experiment ahead of the World Cup year, but Chris Coleman's have no such concerns having missed out on a place at the tournament.
|Game||France vs Wales|
|Date||Friday, November 10|
|Time||20:00 GMT / 15:00 ET|
TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM
In the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland, the match will be available to watch live on television on BBC One Wales and by live stream using BBC's online service.
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
|BBC One Wales||BBC iPlayer|
In the United States (US), the match will be available to watch live on television on ESPN Deportes and by live stream using WatchESPN. ESPN 3 will also broadcast the game in full later in the day.
|US TV channel||Online stream|
SQUADS & TEAM NEWS
|Goalkeepers||Areola, Mandana, Costil|
|Defenders||Jallet, Kurzawa, Varane, Umtiti, Digne, Pavard, Koscielny, Kimpempe|
|Midfielders||Tolisso, Matuidi, Rabiot, Sissoko, N'Zonzi|
|Forwards||Griezmann, Fekir, Giroud, Lacazette, Coman, Mbappe, Thauvin, Martial|
France will be without their captain Hugo Lloris, who is recovering from an injury, while Paul Pogba is a long-term absentee and N'Golo Kante has not been included. Ousmane Dembele and Benjamin Mendy are also missing.
Potential France starting XI: Mandana; Kurzawa, Umtiti, Varane, Jallet; Tolisso, Matuidi; Coman, Griezmann, Mbappe; Giroud.
|Goalkeepers||Hennessey, Ward, Maxwell|
|Defenders||Gunter, A. Williams, Taylor, Davies, Chester, Ampadu, Lockyer|
|Midfielders||Ledley, Ramsey, King, Edwards, Allen, Brooks, Evans, Hedges, Watkins|
|Forwards||Vokes, Lawrence, Woodburn, Bradshaw|
The biggest absentee for Wales is Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale, who remains sidelined with an injury. Hal Robson-Kanu, Emyr Huws and Jonathan Williams were named in the original squad but were forced to withdraw.
Potential Wales starting XI: Hennessey; Gunter, Williams, Chester, Davies; Ledley, Allen, Ramsey, King, Lawrence; Vokes.
BETTING & MATCH ODDS
France are 1/4 favourites to win according to dabblebet, with Wales priced at 10/1 to beat Les Bleus. A draw between the teams is a 9/2 bet.
The future of Wales manager Chris Coleman remains unclear after he failed to steer Wales to the World Cup.
Having guided the team to the semi-finals of the European Championship in 2016, the former Real Sociedad boss was determined to reach Russia in 2018, but a series of disappointing results cost him.
After failing to qualify for the World Cup, the clash against France and the subsequent game against Panama have lost their appeal somewhat for the Welsh, but they will be hoping to give their fans something to cheer nevertheless.
Coleman was left severely deflated after defeat to the Republic of Ireland ended his side's chances of making the tournament, but the 47-year-old has said that he does not to leave his post on such a low. In the meantime, as he mulls over his next move, he can attempt to begin sowing the seeds of recovery for his country.