Tunisia v Australia team newsTunisia predicted line-up: Dahmen; Talbi, Meriah, Bronn; Drager, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi; Ben Slimane, Msakni, Jebali. Australia predicted line-up: Ryan; Atkinson, Souttar, Rowles, Behich; Mooy, Leckie, Irvine, McGree, Goodwin; Duke. Tunisia v Australia oddsIn working partnership with the Radio Times, bet365 has provided the following betting odds for this event:bet365 odds: Tunisia (11/10) Draw (2/1) Australia (14/5)*For all the latest World Cup odds and more, visit bet365 today.
They’ve made some attacking changes. Skhiri has dropped into the back three and Laidouni is getting forward a bit more. Post updateTunisia 0-1 AustraliaAt last Mat Ryan has work to do! The keeper comes rushing off his line to punch clear a free kick which is whipped into the box. That was good work by Ryan.
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Mat Ryan needs to stay connected with his back four and make sure he’s switched on. Post updateTunisia 0-1 AustraliaFast start to the second half by the North Africans. They've won a corner but Australia's defence has been impressive. Mat Ryan has yet to make a serious save. Post updateHT: Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaMark ChapmanBBC presenterThis is the first time in 18 World Cup games that Australia have led at half-time.
SUBSTITUTIONTunisia 0-1 AustraliaChange for Tunisia. Ferjani Sassi is on for Mohamed Drager. Change in formation? KICK-OFFTunisia 0-1 AustraliaTunisia have attempted 17 shots at this World Cup so far, but have only hit the target with one of those. Will they be more ruthless in the second half? Back under way. Watch: Outstanding blockHT: Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaVideo contentVideo caption: Souttar stops Tunisia chance with 'outstanding' blockIt's been a frustrating 45 for Tunisia. They have not tested the keeper, who has been well protected by his defenders. In Qatar for AustraliaHT: Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaThe Australia fans looked in great spirits before the game and no doubt they will have been buoyed further by their side's impressive first-half showing. Copyright: BBC SportCopyright: BBC Sport'Quick way of thinking'HT: Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaIan RushFormer Wales and Liverpool forward on BBC OneIt’s Mitchell Duke's quick way of thinking - that’s why he scored that goal. He’s on his front foot and knows he can only use the side of his head to score.
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Some proper towering performances. They are winning most of the aerial challenges. 'Pedantic referee'Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaDanny MurphyFormer England midfielder on BBC OneThis referee seems a bit pedantic with his decisions, blowing his whistle every time there is a little touch and someone goes over. He doesn't give himself time to breathe. Post updateTunisia 0-1 AustraliaPlayers are dropping all over the pitch. Tunisia are appealing for everything. A white shirt goes down inside the box. No penalty says the referee. 'A strong talking-to'Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaKaren BardsleyFormer England and Manchester City goalkeeper on BBC Radio 5 LiveTunisia look like they’ve had a strong talking-to at half-time.
Fans, though, had their heads in their hands with that near miss from Youssef Msakni. 'Much more positive'Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaDanny MurphyFormer England midfielder on BBC OneGood start from Tunisia. Exactly what they will have talked about. What moving to a back four will do is give them an extra man in midfield and allow them to get another player in the box. A much more positive formation. 'Ryan needs to be switched on'Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaKaren BardsleyFormer England and Manchester City goalkeeper on BBC Radio 5 LiveThe pressure’s going to be on Tunisia to attack Australia.
RadioTimes. com has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch Tunisia v Australia on TV and online. For more World Cup features check out: World Cup 2022 kits ranked | World Cup 2022 stadiums | World Cup 2022 fixtures | Best players in the world 2022When is Tunisia v Australia? Tunisia v Australia will take place on Saturday 26th November 2022. Check out our live football on TV guide for the latest times and information. Tunisia v Australia kick-off timeTunisia v Australia will kick off at 10am.
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CLOSE! Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaLovely counter by Australia ends with Craig Goodwin fizzing it into the six-yard area but there is no one there to put it in. 'Appealing for everything'Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaEmma SandersBBC Sport at Al Janoub StadiumAustralia are in for a long second half here. Every little Tunisia attack has their fans on their feet and chants being roared a little louder each time. The players know they have the backing of the stadium too and are appealing for everything. Post updateTunisia 0-1 AustraliaAustralia conceded four times in their first game but they have been dominant at the back.
World Cup: Duke header gives Australia lead against Tunisia - watch liveGot a TV Licence? You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law. Find out moreLive Reporting Neil JohnstonAll times stated are UKDraw not enough for Tunisia? Tunisia 0-1 AustraliaDanny MurphyFormer England midfielder on BBC OneI'm not sure the aerial route is the way to go for Tunisia with the two Australian centre-backs both looking so dominant. The reality for Tunisia is that they've got to score two. They're playing France in the last game and they can't rely on that one.
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