The Three Lions are aiming to make it to their first World Cup final since 1966 when they take on Zlatko Dalic's side this evening (7pm kick off) and they will face the French in Moscow should they claim victory, after Samuel Umtiti's header handed Les Bleus the win over Belgium in yesterday's semi-final.
That match saw Laurent Depoitre 's Red Devils sent home by the 1998 competition winners - something Mounie was looking forward to speak to his team mate about later yesterday evening.
When asked about the World Cup after yesterday's first pre-season clash against Bury, Mounie said: "We go to watch games sometimes.
"It's funny to watch games with friends like Lolo.
"I will speak about the game against France later with him.
"It is funny and hopefully tomorrow England will win!"
But when asked whether football was coming home, the forward replied: "For France!"
Mounie got 45 minutes of action under his belt at Gigg Lane yesterday as Town eased to a 4-0 victory over the League Two side.
And the 23-year-old believes the summer break has given himself and his colleagues a much-needed break from football.
He said: "It was good after this long season, which was really tough mentality, to have a little break for everyone.
"It was good to leave football a little bit even if the World Cup was on.
"But it was good for everyone and now we are back to training to do it again this year."