Belgium, the world's top-ranked side, beat the 2018 World Cup runners up 1-0 thanks to a first half goal from in-form Romelu Lukaku, fresh from winning the Serie A title with Inter Milan.
On paper, at least, because the form of some of the players on the top-ranked FIFA team raises a big question mark on its ability to go deep at this year's European Championship.
The 26-year-old Trossard has been more consistent with his Premier League club recently and seems to be peaking at the right time.
Belgium team for Euro Cup: Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne all included by Roberto Martinez
Martinez also selected a group of 11 reserve players who could step up in case of injuries ahead of the tournament, which opens on June 11.
The 'golden generation' of Belgium players like Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku, were produced by a system of teaching ball skills and vision from a young age.
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has hailed the pleasure his whole squad have been taking on the pitch and has worked to build a team spirit.
England and Belgium both have a maximum six points with the game set to decide who will finish top of the group.
England impressed in their opening two World Cup games beating Tunisia 2-1 in Volgograd then thrashing Panama 6-1 in Nizhny Novgorod.
Manchester City's De Bruyne is one of three Belgium players on a yellow, along with Thomas Meunier and Jan Verthongen.
Lukaku's absence would be a blow to Belgium's hopes against England, with top spot in the group likely to be up for grabs.
Belgium are ranked third in the world, behind only Germany and Brazil, but coach Roberto Martinez said there was no room for complacency against Tunisian, ranked 21.
Martinez led Belgium to the top of its qualifying group with an unbeaten record. But it's unclear how a coach who spent most of his time with teams like Wigan, Swansea and Everton will fare at a WC.
Belgium, third in the FIFA rankings, go into the World Cup as Group G favourites, facing Tunisia, England and Panama.
If Kompany is unfit, coach Roberto Martinez will drop him in favour of Laurent Ciman, who plays for Los Angeles in the MLS.
Martinez's team will play their final Group G game against England in Kaliningrad on June 28.