The Carthage Eagles will be among the nations representing Africa at the global competition set for the Gulf nation. Others are Ghana, Cameroon, Senegal and Morocco.
The North Africans have been pooled in Group D alongside France, Denmark and Australia. According to Khazri, Tunisia will strive to leave a mark in Qatar.
“I believe we can make it out. We have a well-oiled team that has been together for a long time,” Khazri told BBC Sport Africa.
“France are superior to us and are competing for the title, Denmark is a good team and Australia is as well. I think we have a chance to play in the next round and we will have to be efficient in the first two games.
“Before the last World Cup in Russia, we delivered solid performances against Spain and Portugal, then beat Croatia a year after they finished as runners-up. We are able to perform against big teams. It will be a dream fulfilled to reach the second round.”