Tunisia will play their final group game on Friday against defending champions France hoping to get maximum points to stand a chance of making it to the World Cup Round of 16.
The Carthage Eagles are the only African team yet to score in the ongoing competition after drawing 0-0 against Denmark before falling to Australia by a solitary goal.
They are playing a team that have scored six goals in two matches but may rest players on Friday at the Education City Stadium. This is because France have already progressed to the next round and are expected to top their group.
Here is how Tunisia might line up with improvements required at the back and front of the team.