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"Matches of the day - 30 November"

By cy.Reporter, 30 November, 2022

Tunisia-France, fourth group, Tuesday matchday, stadium: "University", 17:00, referee: Matthew Conger, RIK2


Tunisia: Qualification only by miracle

With just one point in hand, Tunisia need a miracle to get through, as they need a win against France and in the other game either no team wins, or Denmark wins and also beats them on goal difference. In racing matters there are no injury problems.


France: Locks in first place

After the two wins in the first two matches, France still needs a draw to qualify as the first mathematically. Changes are expected to be made by Didier Deschamps, specifically in the starting line-up where Konate, Fofana, Guedouzi, Coman will probably be found.


Tunisia: 3-4-2-1: Damen, Defenders: Meria, Bron, Talbi, Midfielders: Kehrida, Skiri, Laidouni, Abdi, Midfielders: Msakni, Kazri, Striker: Djebali.

France: 4-2-3-1: Goal: Joris, defenders: Pavard, Varane, Konate, Kamavinga, midfielders: Guedouzi, Fofana. Winger: Coman, Griezmann, Mbappe, striker: Turam


MATCH STATISTICS

· In three of Tunisia's last five matches, there have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored.

· Only one team has scored in four of Tunisia's last five matches

· In two of France's last five matches there have been over 2.5 goals and both teams have scored.


Australia-Denmark, fourth group, third matchday, stadium: "Al Janoub", 17:00, referee: Mustafa Gorbal, 21:00 RIK1


Australia: Wants a win

After the win over Tunisia they need one win to reach the last 16 of the world cup as it is very difficult for Tunisia to beat France and cover the goal difference. In terms of the team's competitive issues, the attacking midfielder Hrustic should be in the starting lineup.


Denmark: They just want to win

After losing 2-1 to France, having collected a point, they only need a win today in order to be in the next phase. In the team's competitive issues there is none and all the footballers are ready for today's key match for the future of the team which has the character of a final.


Australia: 4-1-4-1: Goal: Ryan, Defenders: Atkinson, Shooter, Rawls, Benich, Midfielder: Moye, Midfielders: Goodwin, Hrustic, Irvine, Boyle, Forward: Duke

Denmark: 3-4-3: Goal: Schmeichel, Defenders:, Christensen, Hoylund, Andersen, Midfielders: Christensen, Eriksen, Hoibjerg, Mehle, Forwards: Olsen, Dolberg, Damsgaard.


MATCH STATISTICS

· There have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored in four of Australia's last five matches.

· In Australia's last five meetings, only one of the two teams has scored

· There have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored in three of Denmark's last five matches.


Saudi Arabia-Mexico, third group, third matchday, stadium: "Lusail", 21:00, referee: Michael Oliver, RIK2


Saudi Arabia: Victory and waiting

Saudi Arabia may have lost to Poland in the second game, however, with a win today they will await the result of Argentina against Poland. However, if Saudi Arabia draws, they want Argentina to lose to Poland. In competitive matters, the injured Al Shahrani and Al Faraz are not counted.


Mexico: Victory with a combination of results

Defeat to Argentina may have come, but Mexico still has hope. He definitely wants a win against Saudi Arabia and a combination of results. If Argentina win they must pass Poland on goal difference, if Argentina and Poland end in a draw they must cover the goal difference with Argentina. In racing matters, Guadrado is doubtful due to right adductor problems.


Saudi Arabia: 4-2-3-1: Goal: Al-Owais, defenders: Hamid, Al-Amri, Ali, Buraik, midfielders: Al-Dausari, Kanu, midfielders: Buraikan, Al-Abid, Salem Al-Dausari, forwards: Al Sehri

Mexico: 4-3-3: Goal: Ochoa, defenders: Sanchez, Montes, Moreno, Gaiardo, midfielders: Chavez, Alvarez, Herrera, forwards: Lozano, Jimenez, Vega


MATCH STATISTICS

· In four of Saudi Arabia's last five matches, there have been fewer than 2.5 goals scored.

· Only one team has scored in four of Saudi Arabia's last five matches

· In two of Mexico's last five matches, there have been more than 2.5 goals.


Poland-Argentina, third group, third matchday, stadium: "974", 21:00, referee: Dani Makeli, RIK1


Poland: Final with Argentina

Poland are first and undefeated in the group, but they want to remain unbeaten in order to make it to the next stage for sure. If they lose then they will wait for the result in the other group match to see if they qualify. In racing matters, there are no injury problems.


Argentina: Qualified with a win

The victory over Mexico changed the mentality in Argentina and today with a victory over Poland they will qualify for the next phase of the institution. In the "Albiceleste" camp there is no other result than victory and everyone is convinced that they will succeed. In racing matters, there are no injury problems.


Poland: 4-4-2: Goal: Szczany, defenders: Kas, Glik, Kivior, Beresinski, midfielders: Zielinski, Bielik, Krychowiak, Frankovski, forwards: Milik, Lewandowski

Argentina: 4-3-3: Goal: Martinez, defenders: Montiel, Otamendi, Martinez, Acuña, midfielders: Fernandez, Paredes, De Paul, forwards: Messi, Lautaro Martinez, Di Maria


MATCH STATISTICS

· There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Poland's last five games

· In Poland's last five games, one of the two teams has scored

· In four of Argentina's last five games there have been more than 2.5 goals scored

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