They will then travel to Novgorod to face Panama on 24 June before the final group match against the top seeds Belgium in Kaliningrad on 28 June.
"So, I like the fact that's been shared and I think it's important for us, especially with the younger groups, that they get a feel of that and that they get a feel of responsibility".
It was nearly fated, it seems, that given the links between the Belgium squad and England - and between Martinez and the country the 44-year-old Spaniard spent 21 years in, building his career as a player and as a manager with Swansea City, Wigan Athletic and Everton - that the two nations would meet.
"We have a really good group of players, 25 players are now in the British game so are very well known", Martinez added.
Tunisia will be based just outside Moscow during the tournament, and their coach is also happy at avoiding playing until the fifth day of the competition.
"Tunisia and Panama, we have to do more research on", he said. "But it's how we cope with expectation, how we can be a balanced team, how we enjoy the responsibility in a World Cup".
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Asked for his memories of that game, he said: "The goal Beckham scored!"
Diego Maradona drew the balls from Pot 2 and put Gareth Southgate's side in Group G, with a relatively modest amount of travelling and a relatively easy task of progressing to the last 16.
With a squad largely made up of players from Tunisian clubs Esperance and Etoile du Sahel, they also lack top-level pedigree.
Belgium's best World Cup finish came in 1986 when they finished fourth, and Martinez believes this sets them as outsiders for the Jules Rimet trophy. But asked if he feared any of their players, he quipped: "The only risky player is Messi!"