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First Match:

November 22, 2022, 9 PM SGT


Education City Stadium

A 1-0 aggregate victory over Mali in the third and final round of African qualifying was all that was needed to send Tunisia to their second straight World Cup as well as their 6th overall.


When they competed in the tournament very recently, they were placed in a group with England and Belgium; nonetheless, they did manage to win their final group game against Panama, marking only their second victory in tournament history and first since 1978.


A loss to Burkina Faso in the quarterfinals of this year's African Cup of Nations likely dampened the spirits of the Tunisian team, but their performance in the Kirin Cup, when they beat Chile and Japan to win the championship, must have been satisfying.

Group D - 22 Nov - 21:00

Education City Stadium - Education City, Al Rayyan, Qatar

Denmark - (-1,-1.5) 2.09

Tunisia - (+1,1.5) 1.75

Group D - 26 Nov - 18:00

Al Janoub Stadium - Al-Wakrah, Qatar

Tunisia - (0,0) 1.9

Australia - (0,0) 1.91

Group D - 30 Nov - 23:00

Education City Stadium - Education City, Al Rayyan, Qatar



Wahbi Khazri

Key Player: Wahbi Khazri (Montpellier)

Whabi Khazri, a 31-year-old striker, has spent the majority of his career in France with clubs like Bastia, Bordeaux, and Saint Etienne, but he did spend some time in the Premier League with Sunderland.


Prior to joining Montpellier, he led Saint Etienne in scoring with 10 goals and was the top scorer for Tunisia in qualifying. If Tunisia hopes to advance from the group stage, they would greatly benefit from his wealth of experience.