Who will join France in the last 16 from Groups C and D?

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Seven teams are still battling it out for the remaining three spots in Groups C and D to see who will advance to the last 16 of the 2022 World Cup alongside France.
Les Bleus have already qualified for the knockout stages after winning their opening two games against Australia (4-1) and Denmark (2-1) to top Group D on six points.
The defending champions face Tunisia at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan on Wednesday looking to maintain their 100 per cent record in the tournament.
The Eagles of Carthage have a slim chance of progressing from the group stages but they must beat Didier Deschamps' side and hope for a low-scoring draw between Denmark and Australia.
Tunisia coach Jalel Kadri insists they will take the fight to the French after feeling their performance in the 1-0 defeat to the Socceroos on Saturday was too passive.
"It was a very tough match between two very tough teams," Kadri said. "I think today we should have played to win. We still have one match to play and we will play with our hearts out."
Australia take on Denmark at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah knowing victory will see them through to the last 16 for the first time since 2006.
Graham Arnold's side bounced back from their loss to France by beating Tunisia to move up to second place in Group D, with the Danes sitting third after collecting just one point in a goalless draw with the North Africans first up.
Meanwhile, Argentina will be targeting top spot in Group C when they meet Poland at the Stadium 974 in Doha.
La Albiceleste kept their World Cup dream alive with a 2-0 victory over Mexico on Saturday, having suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Saudi Arabia in their opening match.
Lionel Scaloni's side are a point behind the Eagles, who lead the group after playing out to a 0-0 draw with El Tri and claiming a 2-0 win over Saudi Arabia.
Lionel Messi highlighted the importance of getting a positive result against the Mexicans in order to put their World Cup fate in their own hands.
"Today another World Cup starts for Argentina," Messi said. "I tell people the same thing, that they continue to believe.
"Today we did what we had to do. We had no other choice. We had to win so that we depended only on ourselves."

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Saudi Arabia and Mexico square off at Lusail Iconic Stadium in Lusail aware that anything less than a win could see them departing the tournament early.
The Green Falcons are tied with Argentina on three points courtesy of their stunning comeback win against the South American champions first up.
El Tri only have one point to show for their efforts, which they earned in a goalless draw with Poland on matchday 1 and they need to rely on results elsewhere to stand a chance to marching on.

World Cup fixtures - Wednesday, November 30

17h00: Tunisia v France
17h00: Australia v Denmark
21h00: Poland v Argentina
21h00: Saudi Arabia v Mexico

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Published: 11/29/2022