England last win in a FIFA World Cup  game is already something of a distant memory, so much so that many would struggle to remember the 1-0 victory against Slovenia almost eight years ago at South Africa 2010. Indeed, not a single player involved in that game in Port Elizabeth was named in the squad for Russia 2018.Also Read - Harry Kane Confirms He Will Stay at Tottenham Hotspur For Another Season, Ends Manchester City Transfer Rumours

Since Gareth Southgate took over, the Three Lions have enjoyed a fresh start with a host of new young faces in the line-up. In fact, only five players, Gary Cahill, Phil Jones, Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Danny Welbeck, even travelled to Brazil four years ago. Now this rejuvenated England team will be attempting to end a four-game winless streak at the tournament when they take on Tunisia on Monday at the Volgograd Arena. Also Read - Ben Stokes Hails England Football Team After Euro 2020 Final Loss vs Italy, Calls Them Absolute Legends

Nevertheless, the north Africans will be far from pushovers and have ambitions of their own at the tournament. In recent friendlies, Tunisia have shown themselves to be tough and well-organised opponents. Also Read - Euro 2020 Final Defeat Going to Hurt For Long Time: England Captain Harry Kane

(With inputs from FIFA Official Website)