France can metaphorically stick the kettle on - not too far from the home of Yorkshire Tea - after securing their spot as Group D winners with two wins from two coming into their final group game with Iceland in Rotherham.
But the 16-match winning run Corianne Diacre has taken her side on hasn't been built without the sort of winning mentality which won't let that happen, even against an Iceland side desperately in need of a result to progress.
Diacre's Bleus have impressed so far and ahead of a guaranteed quarter-final with Netherlands on Friday, will want to continue their role as outside favourites of the tournament by setting themselves up well to face the reigning champions.
Learning to live without Marie-Antoinette Katoto after the tournament-ending injury she picked up against Belgium will be of major importance for Diacre, whose side appeared unsettled in that 2-1 victory after the loss of the PSG striker, who has scored 28 goals in 32 international appearances.
"I believe we can do something great," was the message from Iceland coach Thorsteinn Halldorsson in his pre-match press conference, with Iceland already going one better than their 2017 Euros by picking up a point against Italy last time out.