The Three Lions were also handed the tricky proposition of a game with Belgium, who boast what is seen as a golden generation featuring the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard, in Kaliningrad in their final Group G game.
Only last week, the same website brought us the image below, showing what they confidently state will be England's next home shirt.
"Tunisia takes me back to Marseille", the 47-year-old said, "one of the best days of my life, playing my first game in the World Cup finals for England, an incredible atmosphere and I remember the colour of it, the Beatles music playing before the game. Very excited for the World Cup and facing Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld and Moussa Dembele".
"Dele Alli and Harry Kane are exceptional players".
"In many ways when you go into the World Cup the teams that are the favourites are the nations which have won the World Cup before, there is a psychological level that you have to achieve in order to have that".
"We have a group chat where there is always banter flying". They have talented players.
Next summer's World Cup will begin on June 14, running until July 15.
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"Now it is just down to us to repay the faith that he has put into us".
At around 3pm today Gary Lineker will either celebrate a favourable World Cup draw for England or look on in anguish as we prepare to face Brazil or Argentina in next year's tournament.
However, Maaloul - who is in his second stint as Tunisia coach after a brief spell in charge in 2013 - believes his side can correct that unwanted statistic.
"That is the most important thing for us".
"We've got six days of rest after our first game, which if they are anxious about travel, that shouldn't be an issue". Breaking Panama down will be England's challenge but with Tunisia and Panama cast in the roles of minnows, England must perform as they did in their qualifying campaign, where they were efficient rather than stylish.
Tunisia have never reached the knock-out stage of a World Cup, having failed in 1978, 1998, 2002 and 2006.