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Tactics: How can Tunisia beat England?

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New faces represent risk for Tunisia & Maaloul

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Opposition scouting report: How can Tunisia beat England?

With arguably one of the toughest groups and crippling injuries to key players, Ed Dove discusses whether Tunisia can surprise people at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

With Egypt, Morocco and Nigeria having lost their World Cup openers, can Tunisia make it fourth time lucky for African when they face England on Monday?

The Carthage Eagles arrive in Russia without two of their key forwards due to injury, but this Three Lions side aren't without weaknesses.

Ex-Zambia assistant coach and Queens Park Rangers opposition analyst Irfan Kawri believes that Tunisia can turn Africa's fortunes around...if they follow these steps:

How can Tunisia neutralise England's strengths?

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England's Jordan Pickford: Tunisia pose real challenge in World Cup opener

England's Jordan Pickford says he'll be ready to go for England's World Cup opener against Tunisia if selected.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho thinks England have the quality and experience to win the World Cup.
Stewart Robson predicts how the Three Lions will line up ahead of their opening match against Tunisia.

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has told ESPN FC that his side cannot underestimate Tunisia in their World Cup opener as he has first-hand experience of the dangers presented by former Sunderland teammate Wahbi Khazri.

Khazri, who spent last season on loan at Rennes from Sunderland, is one of only a handful of Tunisia players to have played in Europe's top leagues, with the majority of coach Nabil Maaloul's squad based in their domestic league.

The attacking midfielder spent the 2016-17 season...

Sammy Kuffour doubtful of Africans breaking the semi-final barrier

Former Ghana star Samuel Osei-Kuffour fears Africa will struggle to break the semi-final barrier at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

The West African pair of Nigeria and Senegal, added to the North African trio of Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco, will represent the continent in Russia, all aiming to better the quarter-final mark achieved by Cameroon (1990), Senegal (2002) and Ghana (2010).

"The quarter-finals will be a good level to reach because frankly I don't think there is enough in the teams heading...