Belgium are not yet through to the round of 16, but a win for England over Panama tomorrow will see them progress.
Thursday's clash in Kaliningrad against England, who can assure their own qualification by beating Panama on Sunday, will stretch a side that truly believes it can go all the way in Russian Federation and better a previous best semifinal finish.
Romelu Lukaku, who scored two against Panama, spearheads the Belgian attack, supported by Eden Hazard and Dries Mertens.
If Lukaku and Hazard miss the England clash, Michy Batshuayi will be spearheading Belgium's attack in their last group stage clash.
They were 2-0 ahead 10 minutes later when Ali Maaloul's heavy touch saw a charging Mertens nip in and get the ball before setting Lukaku free.
Tunisia's optimism was restored on 18 minutes when Bronn hit back, but Lukaku extinguished their hopes of a comeback with Belgium's third goal in the first half injury time.More news: Brazil’s win against Costa Rica turns Neymar and Tweeple emotional
Batshauyi was denied yet again right in front of goal this time, as he struck the crossbar from point-blank range following a fine cross from Carrasco.
"It is important we did better than in the previous match".
The Spaniard's predecessor Marc Wilmots, whose Belgian record five goals in World Cups Lukaku has now equalled, struggled to fill a regular centre-forward berth for Belgium. Tunisia won 2-1 in a friendly in February 1992 before both teams played out a 1-1 draw at the 2002 World Cup.
After a miserable campaign, the Eagles of Carthage could at least break their 13-game winless streak at the World Cup and pick up their first victory since 1978.
So it looks like the clean sheet is definitely drawn upon Belgium and experts feels that their defensive tactics are worth the watch, which indeed helped them score well. Following his double against Panama it took the him to four goals for the tournament, level with Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo, and made him Belgium's highest scorer at a single World Cup.
After receiving two goals in the net from Belgium Tunisia scored one against Belgium. Next, Belgium takes on England in their final match of the group stages. Belgium had twenty-three shots; compared to Tunisia's sixteen. Belgium started creating better chances and, more importantly, scoring goals.
The opener came just six minutes in thanks to a foul on Hazard, which resulted in a penalty kick.