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Croatia chase history, France heal wounds - your guide to the World Cup final

BBC Sport Friday, 13 July 2018
Croatia chase history, France heal wounds - your guide to the World Cup finalCroatia can become the lowest-ranked team to win the World Cup, while France are aiming to make up for Euro 2016 heartbreak when they meet on Sunday.
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News video: Croatia defeats England, now faces France in the final

Croatia defeats England, now faces France in the final 01:55

England's World Cup dreams were dashed Wednesday when they lost to Croatia 2-1 in extra time. England will face Belgium on Saturday for third place while Croatia will take on France in the final on Sunday. BBC Sport correspondent Olly Foster recaps the dramatic match. "

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