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After a promising goalless draw against Denmark in their World Cup opener, Tunisia disappointed their fans with a 1-0 defeat to Australia, despite being favourites in the match. “The ‘Eagles of Carthage’ are one of the few teams who have failed to score after the first two matches of this tournament and now face the daunting reality of having to beat reigning world champions France, while hoping Australia don’t beat Denmark in their other Group D match to have a chance of reaching the knockout stages for the first time.
A draw in the other group match would probably be the best case scenario, as a win for Denmark would force Tunisia to win by a greater goal difference than the Danes, and given that their last World Cup win by a margin of 2+ dates back to their very first match in the competition (a 3-1 win over Mexico in Argentina 1978), this could prove to be a step too far. To make matters worse, support in the stands could be much more limited, with many disappointed Tunisian fans giving up their tickets for this match.

Thanks to their 2-1 win over Denmark on Saturday, after beating Australia 4-1 in their World Cup opener, France became the first nation to book their ticket for the knockout phase of Qatar 2022. Les Bleus also ended a curse that has plagued Europe’s reigning world champions for a decade as, since 2002, every European nation that won the previous World Cup has failed to advance past the group stage of the next edition, a streak started by France itself in 2002, followed by Italy in 2010, Spain in 2014 and Germany in 2018.
This final group match is an opportunity for coach Didier Deschamps to rotate his squad, given that even if the French lose, only a scoreline win for Australia would prevent them from winning Group D. They would be well advised to triumph in this match, however, as they have won the competition in the past when they won all three of their group matches (1998) and an unbeaten record in head-to-head matches (2-2-0) against Tunisia suggests they are on course to achieve that feat again in the group stage.
Players to watch: Tunisia will be hoping Youssef Msakni finds the net as he has led his nation to victory in 12 of his 14 international matches in which he has scored (12-2-0). Scorer of two goals against Denmark, Kylian Mbappé has overtaken Thierry Henry (six goals) as France’s second-highest scorer at the World Cup, and the youngster is now just six goals behind the legendary Just Fontaine (13 goals).
Interesting stat: France has won and lost alternately in its last five World Cup matches against CAF nations (3-0-2), a run that ended with a 2-0 win over Nigeria in 2014.
World Cup trivia: The only two African nations not to have scored in the group stage of a World Cup were Algeria in 2010 and Zaire (DRC) in 1974.

OVER 2.5 GOALS Odds: 2.00
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Author: Daniel Morgan