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How Tunisia could line up against France

How Tunisia could line up against France

Tunisia manager Jalel Kadri should be working with a complete squad for Wednesday’s crucial World Cup 2022 Group D clash with France at the Education City Stadium.

The African nation must beat the world champions and hope that Denmark can glean at least a point against Australia to advance to the last 16 following the weekend’s 1-0 defeat to Australia.

Second-choice goalkeeper Bechir Ben Said was the only concern for that match due to muscular discomfort, but he was able to take his spot on the bench behind number one Aymen Dahmen.

Dahmen will certainly act as the last line of the Tunisia defence here, most likely with Dylan Bronn, Montassar Talbi and Yassine Meriah as an unchanged backline.

Right-wing back Mohamed Drager only lasted until half time against Australia and could now find his spot under threat from Wajdi Kechrida, but Ali Abdi should line up unchallenged on the left.

Ellyes Skhiri and Aissa Laidouni will expect to form the midfield partnership once again, and Kadri is facing some big decisions in attack as his side seek to break their goalless streak at the World Cup.

Wahbi Khazri could finally come in for a start after only earning minutes as a substitute so far, with Youssef Msakni and Naim Sliti supporting the Montpellier HSC man.

Tunisia possible starting lineup: Dahmen; Bronn, Talbi, Meriah; Kechrida, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi; Msakni, Sliti; Khazri

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