Having already qualified for the last-16, France will be looking to top Group D and make it three wins from three at the 2022 World Cup. Didier Deschamps’ side swept aside Australia in their opening game after originally falling behind, while a Kylian Mbappe brace against Denmark ensured the champions would be the first side into the knockout rounds.
Meanwhile, Tunisia sit bottom of the table after picking up just one point from their opening two matches and face the uphill task of having to beat the reigning champions to have any chance of progressing in the competition. They are yet to score at the 2022 World Cup, drawing 0-0 with Denmark before a Mitchell Duke header ensured Australia would take all three points in their last game.
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Tunisia vs France match stats
Kylian Mbappe has hit the ground running in Qatar, scoring both of France’s goals last time out against Denmark to add to his sole strike against Australia to move him up to the top of the goalscoring charts. The PSG man has already equalled the legendary Zinedine Zidane for goals for the national side (31) at the age of just 23, with only six players having ever scored more for the national side.
His second strike against Denmark moved the forward ahead of Thierry Henry into second for World Cup goals for his nation, with only the legendary Just Fontaine ahead of him on 13.
Aissa Laidouni has had a busy tournament for Tunisia, looking like he covered every blade of grass in their opening match against Denmark and will have his work cut out once more against an impressive French side.