A special evening. This is what awaits the Parc des Princes and its spectators this Tuesday evening. As part of a friendly match, intended to refine preparations for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar (from November 20 to December 18), Brazil – which is continuing its tour in France – and Tunisia will cross swords side of the Porte de Saint-Cloud (kick-off scheduled for 8:30 p.m., to be followed live with commentary on Foot Market).
The opportunity for PSG supporters to see their darlings Neymar and Marquinhos evolve in their usual lair, but also to see their former captain, Thiago Silva, once again set foot on his playground of yesteryear. Finally, the large Tunisian community present in France will have the opportunity to see the Eagles of Carthage evolve in France, which moreover is facing one of the most famous nations in the world.
PSG stars expected
For this beautiful poster at the Park, Tite should not be running much after the quiet success of Canarinha against Ghana (3-0) on Friday, at the Océane stadium in Le Havre. Madrid’s Éder Militão and Vinicius Junior should thus give way to Danilo and Fred in Brazil’s 4-3-3. Alisson will guard the cages of the Seleção and will be protected by a defense made up of Danilo, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Alex Telles. Casemiro, Fred and Lucas Paqueta will compose the midfield, Raphinha and Neymar taking the wings. Richarlison will be in charge of animating the front of the attack in point.
On the Tunisian side, Jalel Kadri should also have his team in 4-3-3 in the PSG stadium. The central hinge Bilel Ifa – Montassar Talbi will be surrounded by Hamza Mathlouthi and Ali Maaloul on the sides, Bechir Ben Said taking his place in goal. Ellyes Skhiri, Ferjani Sassi and Aïssa Laïdouni will make up the three-man midfield and will have to feed the attacking trio Saîf-Eddine Khaoui-Taha Yassine Khenissi-Wahbi Khazri at the forefront. Tunisia, which is coming out of a narrow victory against the Comoros (1-0) on Thursday, intends to show against the Auriverdes that it has the weapons to annoy France, which she will face at the 2022 World Cup in Group D.