Team newsTunisia have come out of their first two Group D matches unscathed. While they haven’t picked up a win in either of those matches, Jalel Kadri seems unlikely to make any drastic changes given there was only one alteration between the draw with Denmark and the defeat to Australia. As for France, Didier Deschamps might be keen to make wholesale changes given the fact France have already guaranteed their place in the last-16. Alphonse Areola is unlikely to come in for Hugo Lloris as he has an issue with his back.
What’s at stake? For France, they are purely playing to finish top of Group D. A win or draw will be enough for them to win the group and they would only drop into second place if they lose and if Australia are able to overturn a six-goal deficit. It’s not quite as simple for Tunisia as even a win might not see them into the last 16.
What time is Tunisia vs France? The match kicks off at 18:00 local time which means it will start at 15:00 in the UK. The coverage will be shown on the BBC. In the US, FOX and Universo will be showing the match and kick off is at 10:00 EST and 07:00 PT. Both France and Tunisia operate on Central European Time (CET) so kick-off in both countries will be at 16:00.
Tunisia - France: Game time and where to watch the 2022 Qatar World Cup match from the USAActualizado 28/11/2022 - 12:27 CSTTunisia and France face off this November 30 at the Education City Stadium in the Group D of the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup. On what TV channel can I watch the 2022 Qatar World Cup match between Tunisia and France from the United States? The FIFA World Cup match between Tunisia and France will be played on November 30 at the Education City Stadium at 9:00 (CDT) and will be broadcast live on TV on FOX.
The main man Kylian Mbappe is keen to maintain his blistering World Cup form so he could avoid being one of those that is replaced. Predicted line-upsTunisia (3-4-3): Dahmen, Bronn, Meriah, Talbi; Drager, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi; Sliti, Jebali, Msakni. France (4-2-3-1): Lloris, Kounde, Varane, Konate, Camavinga; Fofana, Guendouzi; Coman, Griezmann, Mbappe; Thuram. The story so farTunisia caused one of the mini-upsets of the first round of fixtures by holding Denmark to a goalless draw. They could, and possibly should, have even beat the Danes had it not been for a great save from Kasper Schmeichel when Issam Jebali went through on goal.
They went into the clash with Australia hopeful of adding a win to their draw but they were beaten 1-0 after Mitchell Duke’s brilliant first-half header, leaving them on the verge of elimination. France, on the other hand, have looked really strong and will take some beating if they are to surrender their World Cup crown.