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Youssef Msakni of Tunisia
Youssef Msakni will not be able to play for Tunisia in the World Cup.

Tunisia's top player, Youssef Msakni, is set to miss the World Cup after suffering a knee ligament injury.

The technically gifted attacking midfielder tore a cruciate ligament while playing for Qatari club Al-Duhail in a 5-2 win over Al-Sailiya.

Al-Duhail said in a statement that Msakni "will be absent for three to four months."

Unbeaten during their qualifying campaign, Tunisia are making a return to the World Cup for the first time in 12 years. The Eagles of Carthage will take part in their fifth...

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Germany stay top of FIFA World Ranking; Italy slump, Tunisia soar

Germany will stay top of the new FIFA World Ranking following March's round of international fixtures, despite losing 1-0 to second-placed Brazil on Tuesday.

Gabriel Jesus scored the only goal of the game in Berlin but it won't be enough for Tite's side to leapfrog the reigning world champions at the top of the ranking when the next update is published on April 12.

Germany have been in the No. 1 position, with Brazil in second, for the past eight months, and before that the two nations had been...

Mixed fortunes for Africa's World Cup-bound teams

Four of Africa's five World Cup-bound teams replicated their results in last weekend's friendly fixtures on Tuesday as their mixed preparations for this summer's showpiece in Russia continue.

Tunisia and Morocco built on their victories last week with triumphs over Costa Rica and Uzbekistan respectively, while Senegal were again held - drawing 0-0 with Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Egypt would have been desperate to bounce back from their late 2-1 defeat by Portugal with a victory, but were beaten 1-0 by...

World Cup-bound Morocco and Tunisia pick up friendly wins

Morocco and Tunisia defeated Serbia and Iran respectively in international friendlies on Friday evening, as the North African duo picked up morale-boosting wins on the road to Russia.

However, Senegal were unimpressive as they were held 1-1 by Uzbekistan in Casablanca, with Moussa Konate equalising after the Teranga Lions had fallen behind.

In Turin, Morocco demonstrated their class and served a reminder of why they might be one of the tournament's dark horses with a 2-1 victory over Serbia.


New faces represent risk for Tunisia and Nabil Maaloul

132 days have passed since Tunisia qualified for their fifth World Cup, and their first in twelve years. This week's frigid weather has done nothing to cool anticipation of an adoring footballing nation, anxious to welcome their heroes home for their only domestic friendly match before the World Cup.

Friday's matchup pits the highest-ranked nations in both the African and Asian continent against one another. Both coaches, Nabil Maaloul and Carlos Queiroz, addressed the press at the Stade Olympique...