Tunisia vs Australia Prediction and Betting Odds – 2022 World Cup: Who Will Win?

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TournamentFIFA World Cup 2022
TimetableSaturday 26th of November at 13:00 GMT
PredictionTunisia to Win!
OddsTunisia to Win @ 2.83
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November 26th will see four group stage World Cup matches, starting at 1pm local time when Tunisia takes on Australia.

The 21st match of the tournament will be played at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al-Wakrah, as the two underdogs of Group D battle to potentially avoid being eliminated from the group stage.

Tunisia at least managed to secure a point following an impressive performance during their opening group-stage match against Denmark, while Australia slumped to a 4-1 defeat to defending champions France after taking a shock lead. But which side will prevail here and keep their WC campaign alive?

Whether your goal is to make some money from World Cup betting or taking advantage of bet offers from the best sports bookmakers in Ireland - our detailed guide will help make sure that every prediction comes true!

💯 Tunisia vs Australia Betting Odds

At this stage, you may be ready to place your hard-earned cash on one of several outcomes about Tunisia vs Australia. We’ve outlined some of the best betting sites while listing the most competitive odds for this match.

🏅 Tunisia vs Australia Odds: Match Winner

Tunisia to Win2.882.802.
Australia to Win2.60 2.903.703.603.402.452.62

⚽ Tunisia vs Australia: Both Teams to Score Odds


🥅 Tunisia vs Australia Over/Under 2.5 Goals Odds

Over 2.5 Goals1.52.512.302.102.22.382.50
Under 2.5 Goals2.401.451.641.671.671.501.50

Tunisia vs Australia Match Prediction Summary
🏟️ Tunisia vs Australia  Tunisia to Win
🏆 Best Match Wins Odds2.88
⚽ Best Both Teams to Score Odds2.05 (y) / 1.70 (n)
🥅 Best Over /Under 2.5 Goals 1.5 / 2.40
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🏠 Tunisia World Cup Preview

North African side Tunisia are currently ranked 30th in the world by FIFA, while the nation has peaked as high as 14th in May 2018.

Tunisia is also the third-ranked African side, trailing behind World Cup rivals Senegal (18th) and Morocco (23rd). So, they’re certainly no mugs on the international stage, while their recent WC pedigree stands in comparison with any developing country (we’ll touch more on this in the next section).

Tunisia will also arrive in Qatar in decent form, having embarked on a six-match unbeaten run since losing the AFCON quarter-final 1-0 to Burkina Faso on January 29th (although this sequence was abruptly halted by a 5-1 thrashing at the hands of Brazil in Paris).

The draw against Denmark extended Tunisia’s impressive run to just a single defeat in 10 matches since the end of January, so the North African side remained an undeniably tough nut to crack.


This impressive sequence has included a 4-0 thumping of Equatorial Guinea in a 2023 AFCON qualifier, while South American side Chile were also defeated 2-0 in the Kirin Soccer Cup in Japan.

🏆 Tunisia World Cup History

While Tunisia will only be appearing in their sixth World Cup finals in Qatar, it should be noted that five of these will have come in just 24 years (and seven tournaments) since 1998.

Before this, Tunisia had only appeared in a single World Cup finals in 1978 (although it should be noted that they were categorised as a part of France until 1954). While Tunisia exited at the group stage in Central and South America, they performed exceptionally well and even had the distinction and winning their first-ever finals’ game against Morocco (3-1) in Rosario.

Between 1998 and 2006, Tunisia appeared in three consecutive WC finals, exiting the group stage on each occasion and failing to win any of the nine games played during this period.

This period was followed by a 12-year hiatus as Tunisia missed out completely in 2010 and 2014, but the Russia World Cup saw the nation return to the top table of international football. While they exited at the group stage once again, they at least managed to win their second finals match of all time after defeating Panama 2-1 in Saransk.

✔️ Tunisia Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

As the second-ranked CAF nation in December 2019, Tunisia was given a bye directly into the second round of qualifying.

The side subsequently topped Group B by two points from Equatorial Guinea, thumping their closest rivals 3-0 at home and winning four (and losing just one) of their six games in total.

In round three, Tunisia contested a tense, two-legged play-off match against Mali. They edged the away leg 1-0 thanks to an own goal by Moussa Sissako while holding on for a 0-0 draw at home under immense pressure to seal their place in Qatar.

DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
3rd September 2021Tunisia vs Equatorial Guinea3-0Tunisia
7th September 2021Zambia vs Tunisia0-2Tunisia
7th October 2021Tunisia vs Mauritania3-0Tunisia
10th October 2021Mauritania vs Tunisia0-0Draw
13th November 2021Equatorial Guinea vs Tunisia1-0Equatorial Guinea
16th November 2021Tunisia vs Zambia3-1Tunisia
25th March 2022Mali vs Tunisia0-1Tunisia
29th March 2022Tunisia vs Mali0-0Draw

⭐ Tunisia Players to Watch

Ok, we hear you ask, but who are the key players to watch in the Tunisian squad? Here’s our pick of the top three!

  • Hannibal Mejbri: Manchester United midfielder protégé Hannibal Mejbri (who’s on loan at Birmingham ahead of the World Cup) is a rare breed in international football, having won 16 international caps despite not making a single start for his parent club. This betrays Mejbri’s exceptional maturity and vision, while the 19-year-old is a great ball carrier with excellent close control. Mejbri made 12 appearances for France at the U-16 level, but he made his senior debut for Tunisia against DR Congo in a friendly on June 5th 2021. He also came off the bench against Denmark and could be in contention to start next time out.
  • Anis Ben Slimane: 21-year-old midfielder Anis Ben Slimane is set to star on the WC stage, with the Brondby player having already created something of a stir for both club and country in a relatively short period. For example, he has won 23 caps and scored four goals for his country to date, including one his senior debut against Sudan on October 9th 2020. He also scored a key goal against Zambia during the CAF qualification campaign and continues to display maturity ahead of his years.
  • Youssef Msakni: Forward Youssef Msakni, 31, is the current captain of the Tunisia side, while his 85 caps earmark him as one of the squad’s most experienced and trusted players. He also has 17 international goals, and while he didn’t score during the two CAF rounds of qualifying, he did strike during the 4-0 win against Equatorial Guinea in the aforementioned 2023 AFCON qualifier before the 2022 World Cup. During his club career in his homeland, Msakni has struck an impressive 147 goals in just 345 appearances, and he remains key to Tunisia’s chances this winter.

📰 Tunisia World Cup News

✈️ Australia World Cup Preview

While football is far from being the most popular sport in the southern hemisphere country of Australia, the national team continues to maintain a relatively high FIFA ranking (it was 39th at the last time of asking).

Australia is also the fourth-best ranked AFC or Asian side, ahead of Saudi Arabia, Iraq and 2022 World Cup hosts Qatar.

However, the Aussies struggled during World Cup qualifying, with consecutive defeats to Japan (2-0) and Saudi Arabia (1-0) in March leaving the side scrambling for a place in Qatar. We’ll touch on this below, but they ultimately needed a play-off match to seal their qualification for the WC finals.

Although the Aussies warmed up for the tournament with consecutive wins over neighbours New Zealand, their 4-1 thumping against a Kylian Mbappe-inspired French team highlighted the team’s deficiencies when playing at the very highest level. The question is whether Tunisia can exploit these, or struggle in the face of Australia’s endeavour and workrate.

🏆 Australia World Cup History

Australia wasn’t a member of FIFA until 1966, so its first appearance at the World Cup finals didn’t come until 1974. Here, Australia was eliminated at the group stage, having gone winless and goalless throughout their three matches.

Australia’s next appearance came some 32 years later in Germany in 2006, and the Socceroos made history here by winning their opening match 3-1 against Japan. While defeat against Brazil followed, a 2-2 draw with Croatia booked them a place in the round of 16, although Australia were subsequently eliminated 1-0 by the eventual winners Italy.

Unfortunately, the nation was unable to build on this success, as while they qualified for the next three World Cups in South Africa, Brazil and Russia, they went out at the group stage on each occasion and won only one of their nine matches during this period.

However, the good news is that Australia have now qualified for five consecutive World Cup finals, and they’ll be determined to recreate their success from 2016 in the Middle East and recover from a difficult start.

✔️ Australia Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

As the fourth-ranked AFC team at the time of the draw, Australia was given a bye to the second round of qualification and took their place in Group B. Here, they won all eight of their matches and struck 28 goals, winning the group by 10 points ahead of Kuwait.

However, the team struggled having progressed to Group B in round three, as they won just one of their five away games (1-0 in Vietnam) and ended up finishing third. In fact, they finished seven points off second-place Japan, consigning Australia to a play-off against the UAE to remain in the race to Qatar.

They won this 2-1 in Doha, with the Aussies advancing to a final, Inter-Confederation play-off match against Peru. This match produced a tense 0-0 draw after extra-time, before Australia held their nerve to win 5-4 on penalties and finally reach the Middle East!

DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
10th September 2019Kuwait vs Australia0-3Australia
10th October 2019Australia vs Nepal5-0Australia
15th October 2019Chinese Taipei vs Australia1-7Australia
14th November 2019Jordan vs Australia0-1Australia
3rd June 2021Australia vs Kuwait3-0Australia
7th June 2021Australia vs Chinese Taipei5-1Australia
11th June 2021Nepal vs Australia0-3Australia
15th June 2021Australia vs Jordan1-0Australia
2nd September 2021Australia vs China3-0Australia
7th September 2021Vietnam vs Australia0-1Australia
7th October 2021Australia vs Oman3-1Australia
12th October 2021Japan vs Australia2-1Japan
11th November 2021Australia vs Saudi Arabia0-0Draw
16th November 2021China vs Australia1-1Draw
27th January 2022Australia vs Vietnam4-0Australia
1st February 2022Oman vs Australia2-2Draw
24th March 2022Australia vs Japan0-2Japan
29th March 2022Saudi Arabia vs Australia1-0Saudi Arabia
7th June 2022UAE vs Australia1-2Australia
13th June 2022Australia vs Peru0-0Draw

⭐ Australia Players to Watch

Australia has a diverse squad that plays across the globe, but there’s a probably a few players that casual fans will be familiar with. Here are three of the best that you should keep your eyes on this winter and in the match against Tunisia:

  • Aaron Mooy: Aaron Mooy is certainly a player to watch in Qatar, with this all-action and creative playmaker having started in a slightly deeper midfield role against France. To this end, the 31-year-old has hit seven goals in 54 international appearances to date, including two during CAF qualification. The Celtic star has also struck 50 club career goals in 325 games, which represents an excellent strike-rate for someone who plays relatively deep on the field. Australia will continue to rely on his passing in Qatar, especially in the absence of former Celtic star Tom Rogic.
  • Awer Mabil: We close with 26-year-old Cadiz striker Awer Mabil, who may well prove to be a handful for defenders in Qatar. The forward, who scored two of his seven international goals during CAF qualification, has an excellent strike rate of one goal in four matches for his country. Interestingly, this is much better than his club career return of 36 goals in 240 matches, which suggests that he may reserve his best and most potent form for his country on the international stage.
  • Jackson Irvine: Last, but not least, we come to 29-year-old Jackson Irvine, who’s a tenacious, box-to-box midfielder who plays for Bundesliga side St. Pauli. He performed with typical gusto in the opening game against France, even glancing the post with a powerful header with the score at 2-1. The 29-year-old has now won 50 caps and remains a highly experienced player, while his tally of seven international goals is indicative of a player with superb engine and a genuine eye for goal.

📰 Latest Australia World Cup News

🥇 Tunisia vs Australia Prediction - Who Will Win?

With both sides going winless in their opening games, a decisive result in this match will most likely end the losing team’s chances of progressing further in the World Cup.

However, Tunisia at least a point to their name, while their performance during the 0-0 draw with a highly ranked Denmark team was characterised by intensity, aggression and genuine ambition when looking to counterattack.

We should also remember that Tunisia have a superior squad and better individual quality, while they resembled a slightly more organised and motivated outfit than Australia last time out.

Tunisia also know that a win here will afford them a more than competitive chance of making the round of 16 at the finals for the very first time.

Our match prediction: Tunisia to win.

🔍 Our Tunisia vs Australia Betting Tips?

Straight match betting is something of a minefield here, with the bookies hedging their bets given the relatively evenly matched nature of the two sides. If anything, Tunisia’s odds have shortened slightly after the first round of Group C fixtures, although can still back the North African side to win at 2.20 with LeoVegas Sports.

Given that this is expected to be a tight game, the over/under-betting market for total goals scored may offer a little more value.

Certainly, you can back on there being under 2.5 goals scored in total, with neither team prolific in front of goal. This outcome is priced at a market-leading 1.62 with BoyleSports, and it’s definitely one of the more viable markets associated with the match.

Tunisa Vs Australia Betting Tip#1: We’d probably argue against backing both sides to score, as this is likely to be a low-scoring match where chances would well be at a premium.

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✒️ Lewis Humphries - Sports Journalist, Tipster and Betting Expert

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