The two teams that share Group D of the World Cup in Qatar, alongside France and Australia, drew their entry into the competition on Tuesday (0-0).

Tunisian defender Ali Abdi takes over Danish midfielder Jesper Lindstrom during the Tunisia-Denmark World Cup match on November 22, 2022. (AFP)

Before France entered the fray against Australia, their future opponents were revealed on Tuesday 22 November. Denmark and Tunisia battled, but failed to decide on the lawn of the Education City Stadium (0-0).

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