Chelsea and Germany defender Antonio Rudiger has revealed that the 2014 World champions can be expected to be stuck in on France's attackers on Tuesday night in the 2020 Euros Group D game.
The two heavyweight nations will battle in Munich, where Rudiger and Mats Hummels are likely to marshall the defence against the likes of Kylian Mbappe and Antonio Griezmann.
"Of course, they have good forwards, we have to be ready to win the one-on-one challenges," Rudiger said via Goal.
"We have to be a little dirty, not always be nice or try to play nice football. Against players like them, you have to throw down a marker," he concluded.