Group NEWSWahbi Khazri is set to be available for Tunisia, even though he may lack match fitness, having not played since April after harming his thigh with Rennes.
Full-back Ali Maaloul ought to likewise be fit regardless of a hamstring issue, yet critical forward Youssef Msakni was let well enough alone for the squad on account of knee damage.
Britain players have purportedly as of now been told their starting line-up.
Midfielder Jordan Henderson, focus back Harry Maguire and forward Raheem Sterling are altogether tipped to play.
TUNISIA LINE UP22 Mouez Hassen (Goalkeeper)
11 Dylan Bronn (Defender)
2 Syam Ben Youssef (Defender)
4 Yassine Meriah (Defender)
12 Ali Maaloul (Defender)
8 Fakhreddine Ben Youssef (Forward)
17 Ellyes Skhiri (Midfielder)
13 Ferjani Sassi (Midfielder)
9 Anice Badri (Midfielder)
10 Wahbi Khazri (Forward)
23 Naïm Sliti (Midfielder)
ENGLAND LINE UP1 Jordan Pickford (Goalkeeper)
2 Kyle Walker (Defender)
5 John Stones (Defender)
6 Harry Maguire (Defender)
8 Jordan Henderson (Midfielder)
12 Kieran Trippier (Defender)
7 Jesse Lingard (Midfielder)
20 Dele Alli (Midfielder)
18 Ashley Young (Defender)
9 Harry Kane (Forward)
10 Raheem Sterling (Forward)
OverviewAn unordinary condition of quiet has encompassed England's development to this competition; restricted newspaper agitation, a prudent administrator and relaxed desires all adding to a demeanour of peacefulness, tattoos aside.
This is Gareth Southgate's first real competition as manager, yet he's taking care of things like an old genius, skilled at addressing the media and apparently in a state of harmony with his squad. The England supervisor played two amusements at the World Cup in 1998, including against Tunisia, and he will plan to rehash the 2-0 triumph that day, anchored by objectives from Alan Shearer and Paul Scholes.
Tunisia will be reasonable adversaries to test England. Difficult to separate and clean under lock and key, their style is one England have battled against previously. They have the longest dynamic World Cup winless dash of any side contending in Russia, with no win in 11, yet they qualified undefeated. Their only misfortune so far in 2018 came against Spain, a noteworthy 1-0 overcome that was not settled until the 84th moment.
VIEW FROM BOTH CAMPSTunisia head coach Nabil Maaloul: "We are in shape. We know exceptionally well we are in a to a high degree the last gathering yet we have raised our diversion, particularly as far as our physicality.
"Everybody has perceived how well we have played in the warm-ups. We are resolved to stand out forever."
Britain manager Gareth Southgate: "We have been taking a shot at an arrangement of play we think suits the players we have accessible and the style of game we need to execute.
"Everybody at home needs England to win however they need to see them play well and make the most of their football and that is the thing that I need as a coach."
LAWRO'S PREDICTIONThis is a banana skin for England. However, I don't anticipate any slip-ups for Gareth Southgate's side.