With four Arab countries in action, the FIFA World Cup 2022 has been an exciting spectacle. Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Morocco have had their fair share of ups and downs at this tournament. There are plenty of highlights, moments to remember, and heartbreak to deal with.
With such an important game and winner-takes-all semifinal, there was still hope for three teams to take first place in their respective group spots.
Tunisia got a big win against Denmark on Sunday. Now that they’re in first place in their group with two wins, they go up against France. The Tunisians have a shot if they win, but it’s still tough. If the Tunisians can keep winning and progress against Saudi Arabia, they’ll progress to the final round of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
A draw against Denmark would qualify Tunisia for second place despite Australia’s victory over the Socceroos. Even if they won by this point, they would only have one more goal difference than Australia, and that minor regretful defeat still looms.
A Scandinavian victory would mean it would mostly depend on who won by a bigger margin. However, the requirement for this will still be a famous victory over France. Whatever happens, Qatar’s men can leave with much to be proud of. They showed they could defend and fight hard. Now they have to score to win.
Tunisia and Australia are close together in position in their group, but there’s one final round of matches remaining. Tunisia will advance if it wins against France, even though it has yet to score a goal at this World Cup 2022 happening in Qatar. If Tunisia wins, and Denmark also wins, Tunisia advances over Denmark by goal differential.
While Denmark looked good against France, they’ve had less success in their other two matches. They’ll still likely make it through to the next round if they win against Australia and have a strong chance of advancing if they defeat Russia in their final group-stage match.
If Tunisia beats France in their World Cup match, they will advance, and the Aussies will start with a draw. Denmark needs to work hard at the beginning of the game.
Australia has a chance to win two World Cup games for the first time in a long while. They’re long shots, but just at +170 to advance.
As per TimesOfCasino’s prediction report, Tunisia seems like they might be able to pull a win against a second-string France team. However, their recent poor showings show no signs of letting up anytime soon. With six consecutive World Cup victories, France tied the second-best Italian mark of 7 continuous wins on the top stage. They’re still far away from breaking Brazil’s record of 11 consecutive Team World Cup victories from 2002 to 2006, though. This week will be marked as the very first time France and Tunisia have met since 2010, ending in a 1-1 score of draw. In four previous meetings between these two countries, France swaps between victory and drawing, which is somewhat motivating news for Les Bleus heading towards this entirely pointless match.