With four managers since the last World Cup, Tunisia fervently hopes their internal turmoil will not affect their performance on the pitch.
Now coached by Jalel Kadri, after replacing Mondher Kebaier battling Covid, the team qualified for a second consecutive World Cup – but may be out of their depths.
They finished first in Group B in the second round of the African qualifier and reached Qatar 2022 via a two-legged play-off with Mali.
In Tunisia’s recent international matches, victories have been won over Chile, Japan and the Comoros. However, their World Cup group is one of the toughest of them all.
Squad World Cup 2022 Tunisia
The final World Cup squad of each nation of 23-26 players must be submitted to FIFA by November 13. Substitution of injured or Covid-19 positive players is allowed up to 24 hours before a team’s first game. This year the World Cup will run from November 20 to December 18.