Australia vs Tunisia Lineups / Squads – 2022 FIFA World Cup


The Socceroos are getting ready to play Tunisia while under the constraint that any further losses will result in elimination from the competition. Notably, Australia suffered a 4-1 defeat in the opening clash against France, while Tunisia is off the back of a goalless draw against Denmark.

With no reported injuries, both teams plan to recruit their best combative members during Saturday Clash. Nevertheless, a few changes could occur in those combinations that have appeared in the opening matches of this event.

The manager of Tunisia wants to bring in Wahbi Khazri, who sat on the sidelines against Denmark despite being considered one of the team’s leading goal-scorers. Meanwhile,  Anis Ben Slimane could replace Youssef Msakni.

With a 3-4-3 Formation, the African Nation would like to place Aissa, Ellyes, and Talbi in the defensive positions, while the skipper Msakni, alongside Jebali and Hennibal, would try to net the ball, leading from the striking ends.

As for the Socceroos, Coach Arnold would oppose any suggestion to reorganize the team following a humiliating loss to France because they played with their strongest team in that game, and the same lineup will play on Saturday.

Exploring the Australian squad, Mitchell Duke will lead them against Tunisia, while the onus of performance will be on the shoulders of Harry Souttar, Aaron Mooy, and Riley McGree, the most experienced footballers in their playing line-up.

Tunisia possible starting lineup:

Dahmen; Bronn, Meriah, Talbi; Drager, Skhiri, Laidouni, Abdi; Khazri, Jebali, Msakni

Australia possible starting lineup:

Ryan; Atkinson, Souttar, Rowles, Behich; Mooy; Leckie, Irvine, McGree, Goodwin; Duke