Tunisia vs France live stream and match preview, Wednesday 30 November, 3pm GMT
Tunisia vs France live stream and match preview
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France are already safely through to the knockout stage and they will almost certainly advance as the winners of Group D.
Didier Deschamps may therefore rest several key players for this match, which could work in Tunisia’s favour.
However, Jalel Kadri’s side must win this game by two goals and hope that Australia vs Denmark ends in a draw.
Kick-off is at 3pm GMT. Make sure you know how to watch World Cup 2022 (opens in new tab) wherever you are.
Wahbi Khazri is arguably the most creative player in the Tunisia squad (opens in new tab) and he could be handed his first start in Qatar on Wednesday.
The France squad (opens in new tab) contains tremendous strength in depth, and Deschamps may ring the changes here.
Kingsley Coman, Marcus Thuram and Eduardo Camavinga are among the players who will hope for a chance from kick-off.
Tunisia held Denmark to a goalless draw on matchday one, but they went down 1-0 to Australia last time out.
France have won both of their matches, beating Australia 4-1 and Denmark 2-1.
Matthew Conger of New Zealand will be the referee for Tunisia vs France. You can find out more about the World Cup 2022 referees here (opens in new tab).
Tunisia vs France will be played at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan. Take a look at all of the World Cup 2022 stadiums (opens in new tab) and see how it ranks.
Players to watch / key battles
France will have plenty of possession in this game and there will not be too many opportunities for their forwards to run in behind.
Tunisia will adopt a contain-and-counter approach but that is unlikely to be enough even against a second-string French XI.
Read more about the Tunisia and France full World Cup 2022 squads (opens in new tab).
Group D table
Kick-off and channel
Tunisia vs France kick-off is at 3pm GMT on Wednesday 30 November in the UK. The game is free to watch on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
In the US, kick-off time is 10am ET / 8am PT. The match will be shown on FOX/FS1 in the US. See below for international broadcast options.
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International World Cup 2022 TV rights
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As in the UK, coverage of the World Cup 2022 is entirely free to air. You can watch all 64 games on the SBS TV channel and stream it online too with SBS On Demand.
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