Tunisia have drawn with Denmark and lost 1-0 to Australia, leaving them on the brink of elimination.
It would take a stunning win over France and the other match to go in their favour for the Eagles of Carthage to make the knockout stages of the World Cup for the first time.
World champions France are already through and have pretty much guaranteed top spot.
Didier Deschamps has had to deal with numerous injuries, including to Karim Benzema and Christopher Nkunku, yet Les Bleus have been in good form to start their World Cup defence.
Anytime Goalscorer: Kylian Mbappe
The World Cup leader in expected goals, Kylian Mbappe has found the net three times and assisted another.
The PSG star has been unstoppable, and has a superb understanding with his veteran forward teammates Olivier Giroud and Antoine Griezmann.
Arguably the best player on the planet, Mbappe will be fiercely motivated to add more goals to his tally as he pursues the Golden Boot.
To Win Both Halves: France
France won both halves against Australia, and that fixture seems a comparable talent matchup to this one.
Tunisia have some better players on paper, but there is nothing to suggest they can be especially competitive in this match.
Given their incredibly short price to win the match straight up, it feels like good value to back Les Bleus to win both halves after they have scored six goals in two matches.
To Keep A Clean Sheet: France
Tunisia are yet to score in this World Cup, and have scored just 10 goals in 17 World Cup fixtures overall.
That return is underwhelming, plus they have now failed to score seven times in 2022.
France’s defence hasn’t been particularly solid in Qatar.
Clean sheets have been hard to come by for a while, too, yet they should control this match from kick off and be able to limit Tunisia to only a handful of shots.
All odds are subject to change