Tunisia could be the first African team to exit the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar when they face France in the last Group B game at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan on Wednesday, November 30. Les Blues already secured their ticket to the round of 16 following wins against Australia and Denmark. They may choose to bench most of their top players and use those on the bench. Tunisia on the other hand drew goalless with Denmark in their opening game and lost 1-0 to Australia on match day two. The North Africans and Mexico are the only two teams in the competition yet to score a goal. France are spoilt for choice in every position and even if they decide to play it safe by using their bench players, the Carthage Eagles may still struggle against them. The French have an array of stars on the bench including Benjamin Pavard, William Saliba, Eduardo Camavinga, Kingsley Coman and Marcus Thuram. These are players who can cause havoc on any day. Tunisia on the other hand are not expected to make any changes with the likes of Khazri, Msakni and Sliti all expected to feature. The last time the two teams met was in a friendly game on May 30, 2010, at the Stade Olympique du Rades which ended 1-1. Tunisia are at the bottom of Group B with just a point and have to beat France and hope the game between Australia and Denmark ends in a draw before they can sail through to the second round.