The Carthage Eagles can call upon the mercurial talent of Youssef Msakni, who missed Russia 2018, once again and should have enough movement between the lines to bamboozle the best defences.
Wahbi Khazri's gifts are well known and Naim Sliti, the Dijon schemer, was an excellent performer with four goals in qualifying. If they can create chances consistently, a repeat of their 2017 quarterfinal finish could at least be on the cards.
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