France vs Australia FIFA World Cup Football Match 22 Now 2022

France vs Australia FIFA World Cup Football Match 22 Now 2022

About the match

Lisandro Martinez and Exequiel Palacios were also restricted to indoor work a couple of days ago but should be fine for Tuesday, while Joaquin Correa has been forced to withdraw injured and has been replaced by Thiago Almada.

Assuming he is fit enough, Messi will expect to form an intimidating attacking trident with Lautaro Martinez and Angel Di Maria, while Cristian Romero and Nicolas Otamendi could line up at the back if Martinez is spared.

As for Saudi Arabia, five-cap midfielder Riyadh Sharahili has reportedly sustained a muscular problem which has thrown his World Cup hopes into doubt, while defender Hassan Tambakti is now back in full training after recovering from discomfort.

It would have been a surprise to see either man start against Argentina, though, and experienced attacker Fahad Al-Muwallad – who has 17 international goals to his name – was left out of the squad after failing a drugs test.

Star man Salem Al-Dawsari will expect to occupy the left flank for Saudi Arabia, as Saleh Al-Shehri – the joint top goalscorer in the third round of AFC qualifying with four strikes – starts on the opposite side

Denmark finished with the joint-best defensive record in the World Cup qualifiers, where they conceded just three goals in 10 matches, and Hjulmand will hope for another defensive show of class from his side in Qatar.

That being said, we expect the 50-year-old to name a back four of Daniel Wass, Joachim Andersen, Barcelona man Andreas Christensen and full-back Joakim Maehle, shielding veteran Kasper Schmeichel in goal.

Manchester United summer signing Christian Eriksen, who is third in the nation’s all-time appearance chart with 117 senior caps to his name, will be tasked with making things at the centre of the park, alongside Thomas Delaney and Tottenham man Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

Eriksen has racked up 39 goals for the Danes and should add extra threat in the attack, where Kasparov Dolberg, Mikkel Damsgaard and Andreas Skov Olsen, who has nine goals involvements in the Belgian top flight this season, will be pushing for starting roles.

Tunisia have named 26 players to represent the nation in Qatar, including Lorient defender Montassar Talbi, Youssef Msakni, who has 17 international goals, and Manchester United youngster Hannibal Mejbri.

However, the Carthage Eagles’ squad is headlined by 31-year-old forward Wahbi Khazri, who is second in the nation’s goalscoring chart with 24 goals in 72 appearances.

The Montpellier man will spearhead the attack on Tuesday alongside Msakni and 21-year-old Anis Ben Slimane, while we expect a back four of Mohamed Drager, Montassar Talbi, Dylan Bronn Ali Abdi, with Aymen Dahmen in goal.


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