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Tunisia are unlikely to get out of their group

Tunisia fans unfurl a huge national flag
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Manager Nabil Maaloul

You have heard of the saying 'never go back' but thankfully for Tunisia Nabil Maaloul is not a believer in that theory.

Maaloul retook the managerial reins after Henryk Kasperczak was sacked in the wake of their Africa Cup of Nations quarter-final exit this year and finished the job of qualifying for the World Cup.

However, it would be wrong to overrate the form as it was a weak qualifying group against DR Congo, Libya and Guinea and Tunisia's pivotal draw away to DR Congo came after they were two down late on. Qatar-based Youssef Msakni top-scored with three goals, but that haul came in one game away to Guinea.

Tunisia would appear to be Africa's worst side and they have a poor record in World Cup finals, failing to win a match in their last three tournaments.


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