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Belgium will play against Canada in their 2022 World Cup group stage match in Qatar. The starting whistle will sound on November 23 at 20:00 UK time at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar.
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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction #1 – Tunisia Total Goals Over 0.5 –  1.864.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction #2 – France to win & Total Goals Over 2.5 – 2.12.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction #3 – Correct Score: 1-2 – 7.5.

Tunisia’s Total Goals Over 0.5

The French have conceded in both group-stage games. Against Tunisia, they will come out unmotivated and probably not in the main squad. Therein lies the chance of the African side scoring the points and the first goal of the tournament.

Combo Bets – France to win & Total Goals Over 2.5

The Tunisians were unimpressive on the attack as a whole and we should not expect them to be very active upfront against such a serious side. Tunisia was unable to convert any of their chances, which is not in their favour. France, on the other hand, may well limit themselves to a convincing win and are unlikely to attack aggressively until the final whistle when they get a solid lead, which we suggest they do.

Correct Score – 1:2

In France’s six previous victories, this result has been met twice.

Tunisia vs France: Key Numbers & Markets

Preliminary review and match prediction for Tunisia vs France

Tunisia:

The Tunisians are still failing this Mundial. With a tour to the end of the group stage, the team are at the bottom of the Group B standings.

The Tunisian team have just 1 point. So, the motivation for the final round is clear. They want only to win and wait for a misfire from Australia.

Of course, Tunisia has nothing to lose in this game. Plus, the French have already made the playoffs and can play their optimal squad.

The only cause for concern is poor goalscoring. The Tunisians have not scored once at the Mundial.

The Africans lost in the last round of the group stage. The collision against Australia was minimal.

France:

Les Blues are six points clear in their two games. So, for them, the final round of the group stage is a mere formality.

Of course, losing in the last leg is not part of Didier Deschamps’ plans. Why not score maximum points for the French?

This past round has been a productive one for the team. France defeated the strong Danes with a score of 2-1.

Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann could be given some rest. Olivier Giroud is capable of pulling out a single game.

With a number of world-class performers, the French are guaranteed to be competitive. They have their own goalscorers.

Tunisia vs France: Probable Lineups

In our opinion, the teams will take to the field with the following line-ups:

Tunisia: Dahmen – Bronn, Talbi, Meriah – Kechrida, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi – Msakni, Sliti – Khazri.

France: Mandanda – Pavard, Konate, Varane, Camavinga – Guendouzi, Fofana – Coman, Griezmann, Mbappe – Thuram.

FAQ for Tunisia vs France

Where will this fixture be played?

The fixture will be played at Education City Stadium (44.667) in Al Rayyan, Qatar.

When will the game take place?

This starting whistle will sound on the 30th of November, 2022, at 15:00 UK Time.

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this game?

We recommend checking out the odds for the World Cup 2022: Tunisia vs France at 22Bet.

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