Tunisia-France: 9 changes from Denmark, without Mbappé and Griezmann

As you might expect, Didier Deschamps is widely rotating his starting lineup this Wednesday against Tunisia (4 p.m., TF 1 and beIN Sports). Already qualified for the round of 16 of the World Cup, the France team will present themselves with a team that has been largely redesigned compared to the first two outings. Several executives will blow, like Adrien Rabiot, Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappé who will all start on the bench. The presence on the ground of the last two was uncertain in recent hours. The coach therefore chose not to take any risks with them. Hugo Lloris also gives up his place in the cage to Steve Mandanda.

The composition of the Blues:

Mandanda – Shoot, Varane (cap.), Conate, Camavinga – Tchouameni, Fofana, Veretout – Guendouzi – Coman, Kolo Muani

First for Disasi

The left-back position will be occupied by Eduardo Camavinga. Tried in this register in training since the withdrawal of Lucas Hernandez, the left-handed midfielder of Real Madrid will play this role well against the Tunisians to allow Theo Hernandez to breathe. On the other side, Axel Disasi will know his big first in Blue. The Monegasque is aligned rather than Benjamin Pavard and Jules Koundé, who received a warning in the last game. In the central hinge, Raphaël Varane continues, associated with Ibrahima Konaté rather than William Saliba.

Aurélien Tchouaméni is once again in the middle. He will be supported by Youssouf Fofana, his former friend in Monaco, Jordan Veretout and Mattéo Guendouzi a notch higher. Kingsley Coman starts in front with Randal Kolo Muani. On the other hand, no Marcus Thuram. The Mönchengladbach striker is ill and will not be able to hold his place at kick-off.



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