Six players are hoping to join an exclusive group of FIFA World Cup winners from the Premier League when France face Croatia in Sunday's final.
For the third tournament in a row, there will be at least one World Cup winner from England’s top flight.
Six Premier League players have featured in each of the last two finals.
Lovren, Lloris, Kante, Pogba and Giroud have been regular starters for their countries in Russia, but Mendy would make only his second appearance of the tournament for this number to be repeated on Sunday.
|1998||France*||Vieira (ARS), Petit (ARS), Leboeuf (CHE)|
|2002||Germany||Hamann (LIV), Ziege (TOT)|
|2006||France||Gallas (CHE), Makelele (CHE), Henry (ARS)|
|2010||Netherlands||Heitinga (EVE), De Jong (MCI), Kuyt (LIV), Van Persie (ARS)|
|Spain*||Fabregas (ARS), Torres (LIV)|
|2014||Germany*||Ozil (ARS), Mertesacker (ARS), Schurrle (CHE)|
|Argentina||Aguero (MCI), Demichelis (MCI), Zabaleta (MCI)|
In total, eight players have lifted the World Cup while on the books of a Premier League club, but only one has scored in the final.