Denmark vs Tunisia Kickoff time, Date, Venue, Live Stream and Lineups

The next FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar in 2022 with 32 teams competing in the biggest soccer event. Denmark will face Tunisia in Group D. Denmark is the overwhelming favourite, and has already reached the semifinals of Euro 2021, losing only to England in extra time. They qualified for the World Cup with relative ease, winning all but one of their qualifiers. Denmark finished with the joint-highest points total in all of the European qualifiers.

Tunisia’s biggest attacking threat will be Wahbi Khazri of Saint-Etienne in Ligue 1, and Manchester United’s Hannibal Mejbri. Denmark and Tunisia have played only once before, in a friendly match in 2002. Denmark won 2-1. 

Well, that’s for the warm-up, keep reading the article to know more details about the team and what would probably happen in the match. 

Match Denmark vs Tunisia
Time 8 AM ET
Dates 22nd November 2022
Venue Education City Stadium stadium
Live Stream TSN
Denmark vs Tunisia live stream channels
Denmark vs Tunisia live stream channels, time, date, and venue

Denmark vs Tunisia Live Stream

Viewers from any Country can watch Denmark vs Tunisia match live online through the official channels listed below.

  • United Kingdom: BBC, ITV
  • United States: Fox Sports, Fox, FS1, FS2, Telemundo Deportes, Telemundo, Universo
  • Canada: RDS, CTV, TSN

Check out the full list of channels to watch World Cup live from any Country here.

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Denmark vs Tunisia Team Limeups

Here are the team squad of both Denmark and Tunisia below.

Denmark

  • GK: Kasper Schmeichel, Leicester
  • GK: Daniel Iversen, Preston
  • GK: Peter Vindahl Jensen, AZ
  • DF: Joachim Andersen, Crystal Palace
  • DF: Jannik Vestergaard, Leicester
  • DF: Joakim Maehle, Atalanta
  • DF: Andreas Christensen, Barcelona
  • DF: Rasmus Kristensen, Leeds United
  • DF: Jens Stryger Larsen, Trabzonspor
  • DF: Nicolai Boilesen, FC Copenhagen
  • DF: Victor Nelsson, Galatasaray
  • MF: Thomas Delaney, Sevilla
  • MF: Christian Norgaard, Brentford
  • MF: Mathias Jensen, Brentford
  • MF: Morten Hjulmand, Lecce
  • MF: Christian Eriksen, Unattached
  • MF: Daniel Wass, Valencia
  • MF: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tottenham
  • MF: Philip Billing, Bournemouth
  • MF: Robert Skov, Hoffenheim
  • FW: Andreas Skov Olsen, Club Brugge
  • FW: Jonas Wind, Wolfsburg
  • FW: Yussuf Poulsen, RB Leipzig
  • FW: Andreas Cornelius, Trabzonspor
  • FW: Martin Braithwaite, Barcelona
  • FW: Kasper Dolberg, Nice
  • FW: Mikkel Damsgaard, Sampdoria

Tunisia

  • GK: Ali Jemal (Etoile du Sahel)
  • GK: Aymen Dahmen (CS Sfaxien)
  • GK: Bechir Ben Said (US Monastir)
  • GK: Mouez Hassen (Club Africain)
  • DF: Bilel Ifa (Abha)
  • DF: Montassar Talbi (Rubin Kazan)
  • DF: Nader Ghandri (Club Africain)
  • DF: Oussama Haddadi (Yeni Malatyaspor)
  • DF: Mortadha Ben Ouanes (Kasimpasa)
  • DF: Ali Maaloul (Al Ahly)
  • DF: Mohamed Drager (Luzern)
  • DF: Hamza Mathlouthi (Zamalek)
  • DF: Ali Abdi (Caen)
  • DF: Dylan Bronn (Metz)
  • MF: Anis Ben Slimane (Brondby)
  • MF: Ghailene Chaalali (Esperance de Tunis)
  • MF: Hannibal Mejbri (Manchester United)
  • MF: Ferjani Sassi (Al-Duhail)
  • MF: Aissa Laidouni (Ferencvaros)
  • MF: Mohamed Ali Ben Romdhane (Esperance de Tunis)
  • MF: Ellyes Skhiri (Koln)
  • MF: Saad Bguir (Abha)
  • FW: Seifeddine Jaziri (Zamalek)
  • FW: Youssef Msakni (Al-Arabi)
  • FW: Taha Yassine Khenissi (Kuwait SC)
  • FW: Naim Sliti (Al-Ettifaq)
  • FW: Issam Jebali (OB)
  • FW: Wahbi Khazri (Saint-Etienne)

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