How to watch Tunisia vs France on TV and online in the US, UK, India, and other countries in Africa. The 2022 World Cup’s last group stage match will be played on Wednesday at the Education City Stadium between Tunisia and France.
Although Didier Deschamps’ team has already advanced to the knockout stage. Their opponents must defeat them in order to have a chance of making it to the round of 16. In four prior matches with Tunisia, France has never lost. Naturally, Kylian Mbappe, who has been in excellent shape, will be the centre of attention.
He has scored in each of his past three World Cup contests, and he may become just the second player for France—after Just Fontaine—to score four straight goals. GOAL provides information on how to stream live online as well as how to watch the game on TV in the US, UK, Africa, and India.
How to see Tunisia vs France live on TV and online
Fans in the United States (U.S.) may see the game live and on demand with fuboTV (start with a free trial). The live sports streaming service is accessible via a web browser, Apple TV, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and iOS devices. For a seven-day trial period, new users can sign up for free.
The match is also available to viewers in the United States on Universo and FS1 (English) (Spanish).
The match will be broadcast on BBC One in the UK and streamed on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Web.
Squad and team news for Tunisia
A fully healthy team is on hand for this match for Tunisia. Jalel Kadri, the manager, could make a few adjustments to the starting XI from the previous game against Australia.
Wajdi Kechrida or Ferjani Sassi are set to take Mohamed Drager’s spot at right back. Wahbi Khazri, a forward, may potentially be included.
Dahmen; Bronn; Talbi; Meriah; Kechrida; Skhiri; Laidouni; Abdi; Msakni; Sliti; Khazri are among Tunisia’s potential starting eleven.
Squad and team news for France
Alphonse Areola, the backup goalie, is questionable because of a back ailment. In lieu of Theo Hernandez. Eduardo Camavinga may be handed the start, although in an awkward left-back position.
Mbappe does not want to take a break, although Marcus Thuram may replace Olivier Giroud on the bench.
Possible starting lineup for France includes Lloris, Pavard, Saliba, Upamecano, Camavinga, Guendouzi, Rabiot, Coman, Griezmann, Mbappe, and Thuram.