Jol is waiting to discover whether Cameroon international midfielder Eyong Enoh will be fit for Saturday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Aston Villa. Enoh limped off in Fulham’s defeat at Newcastle last week and Jol said: “We will do an assesment tomorrow. He could probably play but we are not sure yet.” Fulham head to Villa Park with Jol believing the club need one more win to guarantee their top flight place for next season. The Lilywhites face a Villa side battling for their own survival, with Paul Lambert’s men just two points above the relegation zone. “I feel we need another win because you never know. Realistically we are fine but if everyone else starts winning in the last six or seven matches then you could have a problem,” Jol said. “Hopefully we will get a couple of results in the next week or so. Overall we have done well away from home. There have maybe been too many draws and even at Newcastle we could have done better. It is disappointing to concede in the 93rd minute. “They [Villa] have got quality. They have (Christian) Beneteke, (Gabriel) Agbonlahor, even (Darren) Bent on the bench. If you look at their results, especially at home, they are OK.” Injured Fulham midfielder Ashkan Dejagah will miss the rest of the Barclays Premier League season, manager Martin Jol has confirmed. Dejagah requires an operation to repair ankle ligament damage suffered when he collided with an advertising hoarding in Fulham’s 3-2 victory over QPR on April 1. The Iranian will go under the knife next week and he will not play again this campaign. “Ashkan Dejagah needs an operation on his ankle ligament. That will be next week and I think he will be out for the rest of the season,” Jol said. Press Association
talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network. De Bruyne is capable of producing moments of magic The Otkritie Arena will host Belgium v Tunisia 3 Key players:Belgium: Belgium’s current ‘golden generation’ is full of world class players, but the pick of the bunch is Kevin De Bruyne. The Manchester City midfielder enjoyed the best season of his career under Pep Guardiola, and if he can continue this form into this summer’s tournament, Belgium will take some stopping. The 2018 World Cup is in full swing now, with many over half of the group stage matches played – all of which have been live on talkSPORT.Today, Sunday, there are another three games, the first of which sees Belgium take on Tunisia from Moscow. 3 3 Tunisia: Wahbi Khazri plays his club football for Rennes in France, on loan from recently relegated Championship side Sunderland. A technically gifted playmaker, much of Tunisia’s attacking play will go through the 27-year-old.Predicted line-ups:Belgium: Courtois; Alderweireld, Boyata, Vertonghen; Meunier, De Bruyne, Witsel, Carrasco; Mertens, Lukaku, E. HazardTunisia: Ben Mustapha, Meriah, Syam Ben Youssef, Bronn, Haddadi, Skhiri, Badri, Sassi, Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, Khazri, SlitiWhere can I stream Belgium v Tunisia?Belgium v Tunisia is live to stream on talkSPORT.com, or you can listen on 1089 or 1053 AM, DAB radio or through the talkSPORT mobile app.