Tunisia vs Australia Prediction & Betting Tips

Free Tunisia vs Australia prediction. 12:00 Kick-off, Saturday 26 November at Al Janoub Stadium. 2022 FIFA World Cup betting tips and football odds.




Our betting prediction needs Tunisia or Australia to not score and we get a profit on our bet at odds of 1.75. Go for BTTS No on the Both Teams to Score market.

We use the injury and suspension information to come up with the best possible football tips. You will also see that we take a stats-led approach by considering the key numbers.

Key Tunisia vs Australia stats:

  • The last 10 Tunisia matches have resulted in BTTS No
  • 16 of the last 20 Tunisia matches have resulted in BTTS No
  • Tunisia have kept 12 clean sheets in their past 20 matches
  • Australia have kept 9 clean sheets in their past 20 matches

Our tip is this FIFA World Cup match will see at least one of the two teams fail to find the net. We’re therefore backing the BTTS No option at odds of 1.75.

If you’re looking for a bet along similar lines, then the draw could be worth considering and that covers the 0-0 and 1-1 scorelines.

Last Matches (excl. friendlies)

Tunisia played Denmark in their last game. They drew 0-0 and recorded 40% of possession in this FIFA World Cup match at Education City Stadium.

Australia approach this fixture after losing 4-1 in the FIFA World Cup against France. Craig Goodwin scored for Australia at Al Janoub Stadium.

Starting Lineups

Tunisia (confirmed lineup): Aymen Dahmen, Dylan Bronn, Yassine Meriah, Montassar Talbi, Mohamed Draeger, Ali Abdi, Ellyes Skhiri, Aissa Laidouni, Naim Sliti, Youssef Msakni, Issam Jebali.

Australia (confirmed lineup): Mathew Ryan, Fran Karacic, Harry Souttar, Kye Rowles, Aziz Behich, Jackson Irvine, Aaron Mooy, Matthew Leckie, Riley McGree, Craig Goodwin, Mitchell Duke.

Tunisia vs Australia Betting Tips

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Betting Odds

The bookies have Tunisia at 2.15 in the Full-Time Result market, implying the market leaders are 47% likely to win this FIFA World Cup match according to the latest betting odds. Australia are regarded as a long shot to win and you can currently back them at 3.60.

The odds suggest that Under 2.5 Goals is the likelier outcome in this match. For those wanting to bet on Both Teams to Score, you won’t find much between Yes and No.

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Team Stats

Latest FIFA World Cup and match stats. Full Time Result and Goals.

Tunisia logo Tunisia Betting Stats

Australia logo Australia Betting Stats

Full time Result

  • 11 wins, 4 defeats and 5 draws in previous 20 matches
  • 8 wins, 1 defeats and 1 draws in previous 10 home matches

Full time Results

  • 13 wins, 4 defeats and 3 draws in previous 20 matches
  • 5 wins, 3 defeats and 2 draws in previous 10 away matches





Goals / match
1 1.6
Conceded / match
0 2.4
Total / match
1 4





For / match
7.4 0.2
Against / match
5 1.6
Total / match
12.4 1.8



Team News

It’s good to know about any injuries and this is reflected in our Tunisia vs Australia team news, with this leading to predicted and confirmed lineups.

We’ve got details of the FIFA World Cup squads so that you know every player on the roster.

Starting Lineups

Tunisia Confirmed Lineup 3-4-2-1

Australia Confirmed Lineup 4-2-3-1

Tunisia Confirmed Lineup 3-4-2-1

16 Aymen Dahmen
6 Dylan Bronn 4 Yassine Meriah 3 Montassar Talbi
20 Mohamed Draeger 24 Ali Abdi 17 Ellyes Skhiri 14 Aissa Laidouni
23 Naim Sliti 7 Youssef Msakni
9 Issam Jebali
1 Mathew Ryan
5 Fran Karacic 19 Harry Souttar 4 Kye Rowles 16 Aziz Behich
22 Jackson Irvine 13 Aaron Mooy
7 Matthew Leckie 14 Riley McGree 23 Craig Goodwin
15 Mitchell Duke

Australia Confirmed Lineup 4-2-3-1

Tunisia Substitutes

  • 1Aymen Mathlouthi
  • 2Bilel Ifa
  • 5Nader Ghandri
  • 8Hannibal Mejbri
  • 10Wahbi Khazri
  • 11T. Yassine Khenissi
  • 12Ali Maaloul
  • 13Ferjani Sassi
  • 15M. Ali Ben
  • 18Ghaylen Chaaleli
  • 19Seifeddine Jaziri
  • 21Wajdi Kechrida
  • 22Bechir Ben Said
  • 25Anis Ben Slimane
  • 26Mouez Hassen

Australia Substitutes

  • 2Milos Degenek
  • 6Marco Tilio
  • 8Bailey Wright
  • 9Jamie Maclaren
  • 10Ajdin Hrustic
  • 11Awer Mabil
  • 12Andrew Redmayne
  • 17Cameron Devlin
  • 18Danny Vukovic
  • 20Thomas Deng
  • 21Garang Kuol
  • 24Joel King
  • 25Jason Cummings
  • 26Keanu Baccus

Previous Tunisia Lineups

22 Nov FIFA World Cup
Denmark 0-0 Tunisia
29 Jan Africa Cup of Nations
Burkina Faso 1-0 Tunisia

Previous Australia Lineups

22 Nov FIFA World Cup
France 4-1 Australia
13 Jun World Cup Qualification Inter-Confederation Playoff
Australia 5-4 Peru
07 Jun Asia World Cup Qualifiers
United Arab Emirates 1-2 Australia

Check out the Tunisia vs Australia lineups which include predicted lineups and confirmed starting 11s along with formations and substitute information.

Injuries & Suspensions

Tunisia Injury Table

Type Name Info
No players are currently reported injured or suspended.

Australia Injury Table

Type Name Info
No players are currently reported injured or suspended.

We have injury news so you can get the list of player injuries, while suspensions are also flagged up which means a player is missing the next game.

Squad information is available for every team so you can identify all the players.

FIFA FlagTables & Standings

World Cup Group D

# Team G W D L +/- P
1 France 1 1 0 0 4:1 3
2 Tunisia 1 0 1 0 0:0 1
3 Denmark 1 0 1 0 0:0 1
4 Australia 1 0 0 1 1:4 0
# Team G W D L +/- P
1 France 1 1 0 0 4:1 3
2 Denmark 1 0 1 0 0:0 1
3 Tunisia 0 0 0 0 0:0 0
4 Australia 0 0 0 0 0:0 0

The FIFA World Cup standings will highlight the leading teams in the table. Go through the standings to see how many points each side has earned.