Tunisia vs France LIVE: World Cup 2022 latest updates

Ian Wright reacts to England’s goal against Wales at the Qatar World Cup

France Play Play Tunisia looking to stay perfect in qatar world Cup As soon as Group D ends.

A place in the last 16 is safe for Didier Deschamps’ side but they are determined to finish top here, while Jalel Qadri’s side will need to pull off a blow against the reigning world champions to have any chance of progressing.

kilian mbappe Has been one of the stars of the tournament and along with Olivier Giroud, could be determined to play and boost his hopes of winning the Golden Boot later. a double against Denmark,

but deschamps is ready to rotate and ensure your team for the next round of matchesA possible opponent in the last 16 with Argentina.

Follow all the action with our live blog below – plus all the action in the other game between Australia and Denmark here.


tunisia vs france

Tunisia will have to do it all if they want to challenge for a place in the knockout rounds and beat defending world champions France this evening.

As for positions in Group D, France have already qualified with two wins from two, while Australia are second with three points and Tunisia and Denmark with one each.

Tunisia’s best chance of making the knockout rounds is a draw between Australia and Denmark or a victory over France by two goals or more after Denmark’s low-scoring victory.

This is not an easy task at all.

Michael Jones30 November 2022 13:28


FIFA confirms iridescent objects will be allowed in World Cup stadiums

FIFA Finally assured the public that rainbow objects and banners supporting the protests in Iran will be allowed in stadiums world Cup, as previously known By independent,

Stadium security staff organized by Qatari authorities confiscated items in rainbow colors and slogans such as “Women”. Life Freedom” to prevent them from going inside the stadium.

Tuesday night’s match between Iran and the United States had charged feelings among Iranian fans, some of whom came to Qatar not only to support their team, but with banners and flags to protest the movement back home. were back

Michael Jones30 November 2022 13:23


Referee Stephanie Frapart to make World Cup history as part of all-women’s squad

french referee Stephanie Frapart will do world Cup history as part of an all-female caretaker team when she takes charge of Germany’s match against Costa Rica on Thursday.

Frapart will become the first female official to referee a men’s World Cup match, while Brazilian Nuja Bacque and Mexican Karen Diaz will be assistant referees for the Group E match.

Frapart will be the fourth official to be the main referee for the Poland-Mexico clash in Group C last week as he reaches another milestone in the sport.

The 38-year-old, in March, became the first woman to officiate a men’s World Cup qualifier and a Champions League match in 2020.

He has also officiated the 2019 UEFA Super Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea as well as the Coupe de France final in May this year.

Michael Jones30 November 2022 13:18


tunisia vs france

Welcome to Independent Sport’s live coverage of the Group D decider between France and Tunisia.

Les Bleus may be comfortable after sealing their place in the last 16, but there could be an upset as the Africans win for an unlikely place in the next round.

Denmark and Australia face off in the second match in the group and we’ll be providing live updates of both the games to keep you in the loop.

Kylian Mbappe’s Golden Boot hopes could be dashed after being rested for France’s match against Tunisia

(PA Wire)

jack rathbourne30 November 2022 13:00


tunisia vs france

France may well ease off the gas here, knowing they are safely in and the rotation clear, but there is too much quality here in Les Bleus and the competition in the squad will see them edge past a limited Tunisia, 3-0. Will go

jack rathbourne30 November 2022 12:58