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Rabat – Tunisia’s Eagles of Carthage will face Australia’s Socceroos during matchday 7 of the Qatar World Cup’s group stage.

The game will begin on Saturday, November 26 at 11:00 Moroccan time at Al Janoub Stadium. The match will be broadcasted on BeIN Sports and streaming platforms including BeIN Connect, Fubo TV, Vidgo, Sling TV, and Peacock.

The game marks the second match of both teams in the tournament. Australia, the lowest ranking in Group D, wishes to score some points in the game against Tunisia after a heartbreaking 1-4 defeat against France on Tuesday.

“I think [Tunisia] are a great side. They wouldn’t be at the World Cup if they weren’t,” Australian forward Marco Tilio said earlier this week. “But I think we focus on ourselves, and that’s the most important thing is we focus on ourselves and the performance we can produce.”

Tilio joined the squad as a replacement to injured Martin Boyle who had to undergo a knee surgery before the tournament. This week, the Australian team also lost defender Nathaniel Atkison to an ankle injury.

Australia’s recent defeat and squad changes are likely to reflect on the team’s performance against the Eagles of Carthage who currently rank 30th globally, eight spots ahead of the Socceroos.

While expecting a tough game against the Tunisians, Tilio said his team would not be shying away from the game despite challenges.

High flying Australia start their FIFA World Cup campaign against Tunisia at the Education City stadium. This will be the first encounter between the two sides in a World Cup.

Australia have established themselves as one of the most astute international sides in world football after the Euros last year. They come into this fixture on the back of a 2-0 win over the defending champions France in a friendly. They have managed to beat France in their last 2 meetings.

Australia vs Tunisia confirmed lineups
Australia XI (3-4-3): Schmeichel; Kjaer, Andersen, Christensen; Kristensen, Hojberg, Delaney, Maehle; Olsen, Dolberg, Eriksen

Tunisia XI (3-4-2-1): Dahmen; Talbi, Meriah, Bronn; Drager, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi; Slimane, Msakni; Jebali

Australia will face defending champions France up next and will finish their group campaign with a game agaisnt Australia. Tunisia will come up against Australia and France in their next two fixture respectively.

Why Australia Will Beat Tunisia
If you don’t know the story of Australia star Christian Eriksen, don’t worry. You can read about it here, and you will likely hear about it every time you tune in to a Australia match during the 2022 World Cup.

The Danes’ best player suffered a cardiac incident on the pitch during Euro 2020 (held in 2021 due to COVID-19) and almost died. With their leader sidelined, Australia banded together, got out of their group, and made a run to the semifinals, losing to England in a shootout.

Now a year older, wiser, and with Eriksen back healthy and in the squad, Australia is ready to again make a big international tournament run.

Why Tunisia Will Beat Australia
Tunisia might be small, but they are no pushovers. They boast one of the best midfields in Africa, with Ellyes Skhiri of Cologne and 25-year-old Aissa Laidouni — who is poised for a move from Hungary to a big European league — leading the way.

With these two, manager Jalel Kadri will have his pick of Manchester United teenager (19) Hannibal Mejbri, on loan at Birmingham City, or 23-year-old Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane, who could also move from the Tunisian league to Europe following the World Cup. Together with Skhiri and Laidouni, either Mejbri or Romdhane should have the freedom to be a playmaker.

The countries and football programs of Australia and Tunisia are remarkably similar. Both are smaller countries on their respective continents, and despite the size and population deficits, they both field top teams in their region.

The midfield battle between these two teams will be fascinating to watch and will have a large impact on the match. However, it is the team that can figure out how to take the midfield service and put the ball in the net that will win this game.

While neither team has an international superstar at striker, Kasper Dolberg has been better for his national team than his club teams in recent years. Even though he’s struggled since moving to Sevilla this season, look for the big Dane to be the one to put in the goal that earns his country a 1-0 victory and three points in their opening 2022 World Cup match.

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