Tunisia vs France, FIFA World Cup 2022: Match details, Where To Watch, Team News, Probable Playing XI and Match Predictions
Date: November 30, 2022
Venue: Education City Stadium
Tunisia vs France, FIFA World Cup 2022: Where to watch?
In Uk, it’s Sky Sports Network and BT Sports. In the USA, it can be streamed on the DAZN App or FOX Sports. In India, the game can be watched on the Sports18 channel and Jio Cinema.
Tunisia vs France, FIFA World Cup 2022: Team News
Kadri should have a completely healthy team to choose from for Saturday’s match against France, with backup goalkeeper Bechir Ben Said returning to the bench.
Right-back After just 45 minutes of the loss to Australia, Mohamed Drager was yanked off the field by his manager. This might pave the way for Wajdi Kechrida or Ferjani Sassi to start, but Kadri should limit the number of substitutions.
Wahbi Khazri, the second-highest goalscorer in Tunisia’s history, has only made one substitute appearance at the World Cup so far, but the 24-goal Montpellier HSC star will certainly be considered for a slot this week.
France’s backup goalkeeper Alphonse Areola is questionable owing to a back injury, but many other players will likely see action as Deschamps rests his starters for the knockout round.
Deschamps is allegedly willing to try out Eduardo Camavinga at left-back to give AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez a rest after the latter suffered a severe cruciate ligament injury.
Mbappe has apparently decided that he does not want to be rested, but modifications elsewhere might see William Saliba, Matteo Guendouzi, Kingsley Coman and Youssouf Fofana all considered for positions.
Tunisia vs France, FIFA World Cup 2022: Probable Playing XI
Tunisia’s possible starting lineup:
Dahmen; Bronn, Talbi, Meriah; Kechrida, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi; Msakni, Sliti; Khazri
France’s possible starting lineup:
Mandanda; Pavard, Konate, Varane, Camavinga; Guendouzi, Fofana; Coman, Griezmann, Mbappe; Thuram
They may feel confident against a France reserve team, but Tunisia’s goal-scoring problems aren’t going away anytime soon, and France’s bench players aren’t pushovers either.
We expect another scoreless draw to be added to the expanding pile, but France’s potent assault can score only one to keep them undefeated and dash Tunisia’s chances of finishing in the top two.
Expect Tunisia 0-1 France