Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes England are the biggest threat to France at the UEFA European Championship.
The world champions have been tipped by many as the favourites to win the continental tournament even though they were drawn in the "Group of Death" alongside Germany, Portugal and Hungary.
Wenger recently labelled Les Blues as the "super-favourites", but also feels they should be wary of Gareth Southgate's Three Lions.
"The English team is, for me, the team who can most threaten France," he told Sky Sports.
"They have top-quality players. They are maybe still a bit young, some of them, but this season with Mason Mount, (Phil) Foden, they have (Jack) Grealish, Declan Rice and, of course, Harry Kane up front and some experienced players like (Jordan) Henderson. They can compete with France."
England open their group stage campaign against Croatia on Sunday, and could meet France in the round of 16 should they progress from Group D.
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