The World Cup champions had their place confirmed on Thursday night before they edged past Moldova 2-1 as Iceland failed to beat Turkey in Group H's early kickoff.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how France could line up for Sunday's showdown.
Although France now have their place at next summer's European Championships secured, Didier Deschamps will win want his side to finish the campaign with a win and therefore top the group.
As such, Deschamps is expected to name a strong side for Sunday's trip to Eastern Europe, although there are likely to be a few changes from the team that beat Moldova.
Steve Mandanda should keep his place in goal, while Clement Lenglet could be replaced by Presnel Kimpembe in central defence as it was his mistake that allowed Vadim Rata to give Moldova a shock lead on Thursday night.
Given that he has not long returned from injury, it is unlikely that N'Golo Kante will start both games for France in the space of three days, which will open up a spot at the base of the midfield.
Thomas Lemar came off the bench to replace Kingsley Coman late in the game with Moldova and he is expected to start on Sunday, while Wissam Ben Yedder's impressive recent form should see him replace Olivier Giroud up front.body check tags ::