Tunisia is in a bad position and forced to perform against an already qualified French team which spares its executives.

The Carthage Eagles have a mouse hole to advance to the round of 16.

For that, they must beat the reigning world champions with a better goal difference than Denmark or hope they draw against Australia.

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