Gareth Southgate has asked his players to speak out when Britain play their Reality Cup quarter-last against France on Saturday night.

Britain, who have never dominated a knockout match against a first class level country at a significant competition away from home,

face a tremendous trial of their quality and mental strength when they take on the title holders at the Al Bayt Arena.

There will be no space for dread against France, whose main danger will come from Kylian Mbappé,

and Southgate believes his side should show how the amount they have developed since arriving at the semi-finals in 2018.

"The greatest thing will be our attitude," Britain's lead trainer said. "We'll be strategically ready.

Yet, on these evenings you must have men that stand up and take on the test. That is the piece we must demonstrate.

We've had a few remarkable evenings and the following game is generally the most significant. It's against a decent degree of rival, one we're prepared for.

"One, assuming you'd asked me a long time back were we very prepared, I don't know. Presently I feel distinctively

and that is on the grounds that we have proof over a significant stretch of results. Generally we have consistently talked well,

however the proof wasn't there. Presently we have more proof and we must nail this sort of game at this point."

Britain, helped by Raheem Authentic getting back to their base in Al Wakrah yesterday, have had close to misses in their past two competitions.