Tunisia vs Australia: World Cup 2022 prediction, kick off time today, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds

Tunisia vs Australia: World Cup 2022 prediction, kick off time today, TV, live stream, team news, h2h results, odds

Tunisia meet Australia for today’s early World Cup kick-off in Group D.

A humbling by France has left the unfancied Socceroos at the bottom of the table and knowing that they will need a result of some sort to maintain hopes of reaching the knockouts.

Confidence is flowing through their opponents however after Tunisia took a decent point against Denmark to open their tournament.

But, with Les Bleus to come, the pressure is on the Carthage Eagles to secure a victory that would set them up well for a first-ever trip to the last-16.

Here are all the details ahead of the game...

Date, kick-off time and venue

Tunisia vs Australia is scheduled for a 10am GMT kick-off today, November 26, 2022.

Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah, Qatar will host the match.

Where to watch Tunisia vs Australia

TV channel: In the UK, the match will be televised free-to-air and live on BBC One, with coverage beginning at 9.45am.

Live stream: The BBC iPlayer will broadcast the match live online.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar | Best Images and Moments

Germany players pose with their hands covering their mouths as they line up for the team photos prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group E match between Germany and Japan at Khalifa International Stadium (Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Germany players pose with their hands covering their mouths as they line up for the team photos prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group E match between Germany and Japan at Khalifa International Stadium (Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
Costa Rica’s Jewison Bennette is tackled by Spain’s Rodri oduring the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group E match at Al Thumama Stadium (Clive Mason/Getty Images)
Costa Rica’s Jewison Bennette is tackled by Spain’s Rodri oduring the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group E match at Al Thumama Stadium (Clive Mason/Getty Images)
England’s Jude Bellingham celebrates scoring his team’s first goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group B football match v Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (Adrian Dennis/AFP via Getty Images)
England’s Jude Bellingham celebrates scoring his team’s first goal during the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group B football match v Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (Adrian Dennis/AFP via Getty Images)
Neymar of Brazil cuts between Andrija Zivkovic (l) and Sasa Lukic (r) of Serbia during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group G match between Brazil and Serbia at Lusail Stadium (Getty Images)
Neymar of Brazil cuts between Andrija Zivkovic (l) and Sasa Lukic (r) of Serbia during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group G match between Brazil and Serbia at Lusail Stadium (Getty Images)
Iran’s Mehdi Taremi collides with Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey during theIR FIFA World Cup Group B match at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Al-Rayyan (PA)
Iran’s Mehdi Taremi collides with Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey during theIR FIFA World Cup Group B match at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Al-Rayyan (PA)
South Korea’s Son Heung-min in action (REUTERS)
South Korea’s Son Heung-min in action (REUTERS)
England’s Bukayo Saka and Raheem Sterling throw a rubber toy during a training session at Al Wakrah Stadium (The FA via Getty Images)
England’s Bukayo Saka and Raheem Sterling throw a rubber toy during a training session at Al Wakrah Stadium (The FA via Getty Images)
Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring their first goal with a banner of Argentina’s Lionel Messi in the background (REUTERS)
Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring their first goal with a banner of Argentina’s Lionel Messi in the background (REUTERS)
England’s Bukayo Saka in action with Iran’s Ali Karimi and Milad Mohammadi (REUTERS)
England’s Bukayo Saka in action with Iran’s Ali Karimi and Milad Mohammadi (REUTERS)
Saudi Arabia’s Salem Al-Dawsari scores their second goal past Argentina’s Emiliano Martinez (Hannah McKay/Reuters)
Saudi Arabia’s Salem Al-Dawsari scores their second goal past Argentina’s Emiliano Martinez (Hannah McKay/Reuters)
Wales’ Gareth Bale celebrates scoring their equaliser v USA (REUTERS)
Wales’ Gareth Bale celebrates scoring their equaliser v USA (REUTERS)

Tunisia vs Australia team news

The Carthage Eagles may choose to unleash Hannibal Mejbri from the start, the Manchester United midfielder on loan at Birmingham having come off the bench against Denmark.

Naim Sliti and Wahbi Khazri are also hoping to come into the attack with no fresh injury worries.

Australia also have a full squad to pick from. Their own young star, Garang Kuol, is also vying for a starting berth.

Tunisia vs Australia prediction

The North Africans looked bright in their opening match and should dominate the Aussies, although may lack a cutting edge in front of goal.

A 1-0 Tunisia win.

 (PA)
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Head to head (h2h) history and results

These two teams have not met since Francileudo Santos scored twice in a 2005 Confederations Cup win for Tunisia.

Tunisia wins: 1

Draws: 0

Australia wins: 1

Tunisia vs Australia match odds

Tunisia: 11/10

Draw: 11/5

Australia: 14/5

Odds via Betfair (subject to change).