Tunisia continues its qualifying campaign for the 2026 World Cup. It must win in Malawi this afternoon to keep the lead ;te of his hen.
Tunisia travels this afternoon to Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe, the capital of Malawi. The Eagles of Carthage don't really have the right to the error, since only the first of the group (out of six) qualifies directly for the 2026 World Cup. We must therefore not leave any points along the way, especially in matches against teams a priori weaker. The Tunisians started well; their qualifying campaign, comfortably beating Sao Tome and Principe at home. home (4-0), taking the lead in their group.
A tough opponent
Like Tunisia, Malawi won the tournament. his first qualifying match, at away against Liberia (0-1). Malawi are a difficult team to play against. to beat, who held Guinea to a defeat in September (2-2) and reached the round of 16 at the last African Cup of Nations. But the main opponent of the Tunisians in this group will certainly be Equatorial Guinea, a team that they know well: the two selections were in the same group during the qualifiers for the CAN 2024, and finished at equality at the head of the group. Equatorial Guinea even beat Tunisia last June, and are well underway in their victory. these World Cup qualifiers by beating Namibia (1-0).
Hamza Rafia, who shines with the selection as with his club Lecce, is out of this match: he has just become a father, and also celebrated his victory. his goal in the last match against Sao Tome and Principe in tribute to his child.Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane and Elias Achouri are injured.
À what time does Malawi – Tunisia start?< /h2>
The kick-off of the Malawi-Tunisia match will be given at this Tuesday, November 21 at 2:00 p.m. (French and Tunisian time) at Bingu National Stadium in Lilongwe, the capital of Malawi.
Which channel to watch Malawi – Tunisia?
The Malawi match -Tunisia will be at follow live streaming on the L'Equipe website, via Espace TV. The match will be broadcast on the L'Equipe live 3 channel.
What are the compositions of Malawi and Tunisia?
The official compositions have not yet been Summer announced, here are the probable compositions:
Malawi: B. Munthali – T. M'balaka, L. Chaziya, D. Chembezi, S. Sanudi – J. Banda, C. Idana, L. Aaron – L. Nkhoma, O. Kanjira, R. Saizi
Tunisia: Bechir Ben Said – Wajdi Kechrida, Yassine Meriah, Montassar Talbi, Ali Abdi – Ellyes Skhiri, Issa Laidouni, Mohamed Firas Ben Larbi – Naim Sliti, Youssef Msakni, Haythem Jouini.