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Europeans clash – Germany Vs. England in FIFA World Cup

Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

Who does not love a game of football where the players combine agility with speed while tackling opposing players? With FIFA World Cup 2010 on, the football fever takes on a new meaning. The event opened with an inauguration ceremony made colorful with such celebrated music artistes like Alicia Keys, Shakira, Black Eyed Peas, John Legend and Angelique Kidjo performing at a concert on June 10 in South Africa. This year, the football lovers have witnessed some rare thrills. A fast-paced action is awaited on Sunday, June 27 when England meets old rival Germany in a Stage 2 match.
The English are not just masters at sophistication. England’s national football team is the jointoldest franchise in the world. This is a distinction matched only by Scotland with the two playing against each other in the world’s first international football match in 1872. Being one of the United Kingdom’s Home Nations, FIFA statutes allow the England football team to compete in all key professional tournaments, except Olympic Games. Head Coach Fabio Capello trains the present team which plays in the home ground of Wembley Stadium in London. England won the FIFA World Cup in 1966 thus becoming one of the seven national teams to do so. In 1990, they finished the World Cup with a fourth place. For the UEFA European Championship, they reached the semifinals twice in 1968 and 1996. England’s most memorable encounters have been against Germany and Scotland.
The German national football team is recognized as one of the three most successful national teams at international tournaments. Germany has been the winner of three World Cup tournaments and three European Championships thus being one of the three most successful national teams to achieve this feat. They have earned second place in four World Cup championships and three European Championships. Germany is listed as the only country to win both the men’s and women’s World Cups.
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Celebrate the Start of World Cup 2010 – Buy Football Shirts at Quality Prices

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

So the World Cup is finally upon us – which means it’s the last chance for fans to buy football shirts representing the competing teams. As always, sales of England football shirts have been spiking in the months leading up to the tournament: there’s nothing like a World Cup to get fans interested (not to mention non-fans, who get caught up in the waves of media hysteria that traditionally surround an outing for the Three Lions). Getting one’s hooks on genuine England football jerseys in time for, or during, a World Cup gives one an opportunity to own that most elusive of prizes – the kit they won the biggest prize in the world in.

So – is England going to win the World Cup? All those fans who’ve rushed out to buy football shirts at last minute prices – will their loyalty, their hard-earned spend, be rewarded? There are enough pre-emptive excuses flying about already to suggest not – the altitude, injuries to key players, and so on. And that, of course, makes 2010 prime territory for England to flabbergast the naysayers with a run of scintillating performances. They’ve done it before, coming from nowhere with a nothing squad to produce the tournament of a lifetime – why not now?

In which case, where exactly does one go to buy football shirts representing the England team? Or any team, for that matter? Well, there are a couple of sites on the Internet that have developed serious expertise in the stocking and delivery of international football shirts – sites that seem able to source and store even the most eclectic kit. Footballtops is one of them – a relatively new footie kit site that obviously has access to a great supplier. Footballtops is stocking not just England shirts; not even just England, Holland and Argentina shirts: but what looks like every kit for every nation playing in the tournament. A person can even get the Honduras home shirt, for goodness sake. Anyone looking to buy football shirts for World Cup 2010 could do far worse than checking out a site like this – they’ve got the latest gear at prices to beat high street shops hands down.

Price, of course, has always been a problem when buying replica football jerseys. The companies that make them have traditionally adopted the habit of bringing new ones out every season and charging the best part of £60 for ownership. World Cup kits are slightly different. The tournament, as we all know by heart, by now, comes around once every four years, and usually heralds a new “lucky” jersey to go with it. A World Cup football shirt is as much a souvenir of the event as it is actually a team shirt – the uniform the team may have worn to go all the way.

When you buy football shirts to celebrate the World Cup, you’re not just showing support – you’re showing belief. Belief that the team of choice can go all the way. That can be a powerful thing. Who knows – commonly held belief may even sway results. So go to it – buy football jerseys to mark the country’s involvement in the World Cup. Just do yourself a favour and buy them from the Internet.

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Thursday, July 1st, 2010

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Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein, South Africa.

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Old foes face Bloemfontein showdown
When England face Germany on Sunday, one of the greatest footballing rivalries will be renewed.

• Top Five: England v Germany
• Podolski: No reason to fear England
• Schweinsteiger trains
• Cacau ruled out of clash

The spectre of penalties will loom large over the England players, having suffered semi-final defeats on spot-kicks to a German team at both the 1990 World Cup and Euro 96, not to mention England’s unenviable position of having the worst record on penalties in world football. But if England are to continue a run of form which sees them unbeaten against Germany in three meetings on foreign soil then the focus must be on winning the match, and not any shootout.

The history between the two nations is well documented, with England’s one and only World Cup win coming against West Germany at Wembley in 1966. The Germans had the Indian sign over England for 34 years, including a showdown at the 1970 World Cup, a draw at the 1982 World Cup and those infamous shootouts, before England finally gained a competitive victory over Germany at Euro 2000.

The days of Germany ruling the roost over England now seem to be a thing of the past, with England winning 5-1 in Munich in a World Cup qualifier in 2001 and coming away victorious from Berlin in an international friendly in November 2008. Germany have also had their share of success in that time, though, so there is every reason to suggest this game will be a tight affair.

England are at full strength going into the game, with all 23 squad members taking part in training. With Ledley King back from a groin injury and Jamie Carragher available again following suspension, Fabio Capello has options at the back. England kept a clean sheet in picking up their first, crucial win over Slovenia on Wednesday and put in a much-improved overall performance, so it seems unlikely there will be any changes to the starting-line-up, with Matthew Upson keeping his place alongside John Terry.

The pressure will be on Wayne Rooney to finally get on the scoresheet after a disappointing campaign and, while there were positives against Slovenia, England’s top players must improve to oust Joachim Low’s side.

While England may put out an unchanged side, Germany have decisions to make. One is made for them as Miroslav Klose comes back from a one-match ban while Cacau, who started in his place against Ghana, will miss the match with a stomach strain.

More concerning is the fitness of Bastian Schweinsteiger, the lynchpin who, alongside Sami Khedira, has held the midfield together for Mesut Ozil to provide the attacking impetus. But Schweinsteiger has a thigh muscle injury and, with the England game coming just four days after the last group game, he may not have sufficient time to recover. If Low is forced to deploy Toni Kroos in his place, it could be pivotal, but Schweinsteiger took place in full training on Saturday.

Germany also have issues at left back. Bayern Munich’s Holger Badstuber played there in the first two games but came in for much criticism. Jerome Boateng was then brought in to start against Ghana but he was replaced in the 73rd minute by Marcell Jansen and also faces a race against time to prove his fitness. Low will probably not decide who plays there until Sunday.

Germany player to watch: Miroslav Klose. Second only to Gerd Muller in Germany’s all-time scoring chart, Klose went into the finals with questions to answer after a dismal season with Bayern Munich. A goal in the first game against Australia relieved some of the pressure but he was then controversially sent off against Serbia. England have yet to face a quality forward yet in the finals, with Robert Green’s gaffe against USA the only goal conceded, and despite Klose’s troubles, he is a tournament performer and his display could be the difference.

England player to watch: Jermain Defoe. With only one goal against a major nation, and that being in an international friendly against Netherlands, questions remain over Defoe’s pedigree on the biggest of stages. Goals against Andorra, Kahzakstan and Trinidad & Tobago and all well and good, but Germany will not allow the same time and space. His match-winning performance against Slovenia provided a timely boost, and his ability to shake off the shackles of the German back line may shape England’s hopes.

Key battle: Germany’s left-back v James Milner. The fact that we do not know if Badstuber, Boateng, Jansen or even Lahm will play on the left for Germany must pose problems for Low’s organisation at the back. After playing like a rabbit in the headlights against USA, Milner was dangerous on the wing against Slovenia and provided the cross for Defoe to guide home the winner. If Milner can again impress, up against Germany’s “problem position”, England’s forwards may have plenty to feed off.

Trivia: Paul the Octopus is the sensation of Germany, correctly predicting all the team’s results at this World Cup – including the Serbia defeat. He picked Germany for this game.

Stats: England have played Germany four times at the World Cup, and each game has finished level after 90 minutes, with three extending to extra-time and one being decided on penalty kicks. England have taken 29 corners so far in the World Cup – more than any other team after the end of the group stage.

Odds: Germany (2.87), the draw (3.20) and England (2.62) with Bet365. Germany to win on penalties is 9.50 and England 10.00.

Prediction: A tough one to call, and perhaps the availability of Schweinsteiger could prove the difference between these teams.

Sunday 27th June 2010
Venue: Free State Stadium
Kick-off: 15:00
Gerrard – Rooney can still make big impact

England skipper Steven Gerrard has warned Germany that Wayne Rooney’s World Cup is ready to spark into life in Bloemfontein.

Rooney has so far struggled to make the expected impact in South Africa despite England advancing to the knockout stages.

The Manchester United striker failed to hit the target in all three group matches with United States, Algeria and Slovenia.

But Gerrard is convinced the explosive form of the 24-year-old in training is a clear sign Rooney is in the mood to punish England’s old rivals.

The Liverpool midfielder said: “The pressure is not just on Rooney but all the team – but top players put pressure on themselves. I’m sure Wayne does so in his own spare time.

“But it’s only a matter of time before Wayne scores in this tournament and hopefully that is on Sunday.

“I have every confidence that he will play well because he played well in the last game and he is looking really sharp in training.”

Coach Fabio Capello echoed Gerrard’s sentiments about Rooney.

The Italian said: “Wayne is training very well and scored a lot of goals. We hope it will be the same.

“Always Rooney is a very good player. He didn’t score in the last few games but always he is a very important player for us with his movement and everything he does during the game.”

Gerrard insists England will be ready for all eventualities – including the last 16 meeting going to penalties.

England suffered the heartbreak of losing the 1990 World Cup and Euro 96 semi-finals to Germany on spot-kicks.

He said: “We are very confident going into the game. We are on the back of a good performance against Slovenia.

“The mood is good, we have prepared hard for this game and we will do whatever it takes to get across the line into the last eight.

“It is going to be a very difficult game. Ideally we want to win the game in 90 minutes but if we have to go to extra-time and penalties, we will be ready.”

Capello has faith in his players to deliver the victory millions of supporters back in England are hoping for.

He said: “It is a very important game, one of the more important, because we want to go forward and play the next game.

“I know the value of Germany but I also know the value of my players.”

Germany coach Joachim Low failed to show up for the official press conference and no player was present either – contrary to FIFA regulations – with goalkeeping coach Andreas Kopke conducting the briefing.

There was speculation that Germany were angry at not being allowed to train on the Free State Stadium pitch.

Instead they used the facilities at a nearby university complex before the press conference.

Kopke said: “This is not a protest at all. People were not able to get here on time.

“We were not able to use the stadium. We had to use another site and tried to be punctual (for the press conference).”

When pressed on what will be viewed as a snub by Low, Kopke became irritated.

He said: “We were not able time-wise to get here. We want to be well prepared, that is the reason.

“We were not able to practice on the pitch for logistics reasons. But it is the same for England. We are used to it. We did not practice in the actual stadium the last two times.

“It is not a protest, that’s the way it is. There is no point in asking the question again and again.”

Kopke is well informed about penalties, should it come to that again when a place in the quarter-finals is at stake.

He saved Gareth Southgate’s effort for England in the semi-final at Euro 96, on the way to his team winning the championship.

Kopke has no fears that current number one Manuel Neuer will rise to the challenge if needed.

Kopke said: “I think it would be great not to have to go to a penalty shoot-out. If we have to go for it, we are prepared. Manuel will of course get the info he needs. But I am not going to give any secrets away.

“We practise penalties but cannot simulate this situation. You have got 120 minutes behind you, the atmosphere is completely different.”

While Bastian Schweinsteiger and Jerome Boateng have both trained they remain doubtful through injury while Cacau will be absent after suffering an abdominal muscle strain.

Kopke said: “We will have to talk to our doctors and see if they can play. They need to be at 100% in terms of fitness.”

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Watch FIFA 2010 World Cup England vs. USA Match on Computer or Laptop Online for Free

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

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One of the most anticipated matches of the group stage is the USA vs. England. The whole world will be watching these historical rivals battle each other once again on June 12th.
The English don’t want to become the next soccer giant to be embarrassed by the US. And the US wants to prove that last summer’s Confederation’s Cup wasn’t a fluke. There are important match-ups that will be crucial in deciding the outcome of the game. We will examine each and try to figure out who has the advantage going into the game.

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Lets begin. Comedy Central’s USA vs England Preview June 11th, 2010 | by: Daryl | Comments Comments (0) colbert One of the more interesting aspects of the the American media’s coverage of the USA vs England game (and World Cup 2010 in general) is seeing outlets that don’t normally cover soccer suddenly pay attention to the beautiful game. I was half excited and half nervous to see how Comedy Central’s satirical sister shows The Daily Show and The Colbert Robert handled it. Both shows basically went with a stereotype, and amped it up to the max. Which I think still counts as satire. The Daily Show sent “correspondent” John Oliver to the USA’s pre World Cup training camp to play the faux-arrogant Englishman convinced that the USA is “the clown college of football”. Watch below: Following the The Daily Show, Stephen Colbert continued Comedy Central’s World Cup coverage on The Colbert Report, basically taking the role of the reactionary, soccer-hating American and amping it up to the max. Despite the (feigned?) ignorance, Colbert does come up with a workable plan for the USA to beat England. World Cup segment starts about 2 minutes and 45 seconds in: Good stuff. On the surface it’s massively insulting to both the US national team and the sport of soccer as a whole, but think on it a little and it’s just two satirical caricatures of two aspects of the two different teams. Plus it’s funny. For some far less entertaining, but arguably more useful information about tomorrow’s England vs USA game, have a read of our USA vs England preview and listen to our USA vs England podcast.
One of the most anticipated matches of the group stage is the USA vs. England. The whole world will be watching these historical rivals battle each other once again on June 12th.
The English don’t want to become the next soccer giant to be embarrassed by the US. And the US wants to prove that last summer’s Confederation’s Cup wasn’t a fluke. There are important match-ups that will be crucial in deciding the outcome of the game. We will examine each and try to figure out who has the advantage going into the game.

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Lets begin. Comedy Central’s USA vs England Preview June 11th, 2010 | by: Daryl | Comments Comments (0) colbert One of the more interesting aspects of the the American media’s coverage of the USA vs England game (and World Cup 2010 in general) is seeing outlets that don’t normally cover soccer suddenly pay attention to the beautiful game. I was half excited and half nervous to see how Comedy Central’s satirical sister shows The Daily Show and The Colbert Robert handled it. Both shows basically went with a stereotype, and amped it up to the max. Which I think still counts as satire. The Daily Show sent “correspondent” John Oliver to the USA’s pre World Cup training camp to play the faux-arrogant Englishman convinced that the USA is “the clown college of football”. Watch below: Following the The Daily Show, Stephen Colbert continued Comedy Central’s World Cup coverage on The Colbert Report, basically taking the role of the reactionary, soccer-hating American and amping it up to the max. Despite the (feigned?) ignorance, Colbert does come up with a workable plan for the USA to beat England. World Cup segment starts about 2 minutes and 45 seconds in: Good stuff. On the surface it’s massively insulting to both the US national team and the sport of soccer as a whole, but think on it a little and it’s just two satirical caricatures of two aspects of the two different teams. Plus it’s funny. For some far less entertaining, but arguably more useful information about tomorrow’s England vs USA game, have a read of our USA vs England preview and listen to our USA vs England podcast.

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Monday, June 28th, 2010

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England vs Egypt Live Streaming – England vs Egypt International friendly soccer match on Wednesday, March 3, 2010.

Venue: Wembley Stadium, London

Time: 19:30 GMT

Teams:

England: Hart, Brown, Terry, Upson, Baines, Lampard, Barry, Walcott, Rooney, Gerrard, C Cole.

Egypt: El Hadary, Fathi, Gomaa, Said, Nagy, Abd Rabo, Hassan, Ghaly, Moawad, Zidan, Moteab.

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A wonderful match between the top two teams in the soccer world. Both teams has a great history in the soccer.

Even though Egypt is having the three successive African Cup of Nations Victories, but the big disappointment for them is, Egypt lost the play-off match against Algeria in the qualifier match of 2010 Football World Cup.

England team is thinking that this match is very crucial before the 2010 Football World Cup and it helps them as a warmup match for the upcoming World Cup. So that they came to know about the players performances in this match.

England Star player Wayne Rooney is in good perform. But it is so important for him to continue with same form and fitness to get success in the 2010 Football World Cup.

Rooney scored his 28th goal of the season as United came back to defeat Aston Villa 2-1 in Sunday’s Carling Cup Final at Wembley.

Wayne Rooney scored his twenty eigth goal against Aston Villa in the season of Carling Cup. Manchester United defeat Aston Villa 2-1 in the Carling Cup final, Where rooney scored winning goal.

A wonderful match between the top two teams in the soccer world. Both teams has a great history in the soccer.

Even though Egypt is having the three successive African Cup of Nations Victories, but the big disappointment for them is, Egypt lost the play-off match against Algeria in the qualifier match of 2010 Football World Cup.

England team is thinking that this match is very crucial before the 2010 Football World Cup and it helps them as a warmup match for the upcoming World Cup. So that they came to know about the players performances in this match.

England Star player Wayne Rooney is in good perform. But it is so important for him to continue with same form and fitness to get success in the 2010 Football World Cup.

Rooney scored his 28th goal of the season as United came back to defeat Aston Villa 2-1 in Sunday’s Carling Cup Final at Wembley.

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World Cup Gifts For England Fans – South Africa 2010

Saturday, June 26th, 2010

In the summer of 2010 the biggest event in sport kicks off in South Africa, the World Cup Football Finals. All of the great international teams will gather to fight for the right to take home the World Cup trophy and be crowned champions of the football world for the next four years. Among the favourites to win are Portugal, Spain, Brazil, Germany and England. There will also be strong competition from the African nations, particularly the Ivory Coast and possibly the hosts, South Africa. The big name players are all involved, Christiano Ronaldo, Loinel Messi, Fernando Torrez, Wayne Rooney and Michael Ballack will all be desperate to win for their countries.

For those without tickets to see the games in South Africa there are plenty of ways to get involved and lots of superb memorabilia to collect. In England the most popular item is the flag of Saint George. Every time there is a big sporting occasion which England are involved in the whole country goes St. George crazy. Flags adorn houses, shops and offices and can be see in the windows of cars and trucks. The simple red cross on a white background is the proud emblem of a nation getting behind the team they love.

The English Football Association (The FA) have launched a very simple new football kit for the 2010 World Cup. Gone are the loud designs of the past, replaced with a simple white shirt with a small collar. The players number is positioned on the front of the shirt in red, right in the centre, with the famous three lions crest on the breast. The players name and number also appear in red on the reverse of the shirt. The effect is a timeless garment which any England fan would be proud to wear. The England ‘away’ kit is not unlike the famous red shirts that the 1966 World Cup winning squad wore on their victorious day.

There are other collectible items such as scarves, hats and T shirts. If you are not interested in garments there are many books and CD’s for sale, with profiles of the players and footage of the goals and highlights that got England to the finals. There are some brilliant novelty items too like the England World Cup rubber duck or the superb dancing, singing fan toy that sings England chants and looks like a true England fan in a replica shirt and jeans.

For many, buying World Cup memorabilia is just a great way to support the team, others start collections which become valuable over the years. There is a huge market for rare, collectible items, such as the World Cup Willie toys from the 1966 finals.

If you know someone who can’t wait for the kick off to the World Cup Finals and loves football gifts, there is a link below with some great ideas.

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England star player remains doubtful for 2010 Football World Cup

Friday, June 25th, 2010

England and Manchester City star player, Gareth Barry is unavailable for four weeks due to ankle injury. Gareth Barry also remains doubtful for England’s 2010 Football World Cup squad.

Gareth Barry picked up injury in their match against Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday. In that match, Tottenham Hotspur defeated Manchester City with 1-0 score. On Thursday, Gareth Barry approached specialist to find the full extent of the injury and also asked specialist whether he will be available for 2010 Football World Cup or not.

On Tuesday, England manager, Fabio Capello announced 30-man squad for 2010 Football World Cup. Fabio Capello will be reduced his team to 23 players after friendly matches against Mexico and Japan. Gareth Barry will miss these two matches. On 12 June, England plays against United States in the first match of 2010 Football World Cup.

Gareth Barry has won 36 caps and became the important player in the England’s midfield. Gareth Barry played in eight of England’s qualifying matches. Gareth Barry will also miss the Manchester City’s final match of the season against West Ham on Sunday.

England and Manchester City star player, Gareth Barry is unavailable for four weeks due to ankle injury. Gareth Barry also remains doubtful for England’s 2010 Football World Cup squad.

Gareth Barry picked up injury in their match against Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday. In that match, Tottenham Hotspur defeated Manchester City with 1-0 score. On Thursday, Gareth Barry approached specialist to find the full extent of the injury and also asked specialist whether he will be available for 2010 Football World Cup or not.

On Tuesday, England manager, Fabio Capello announced 30-man squad for 2010 Football World Cup. Fabio Capello will be reduced his team to 23 players after friendly matches against Mexico and Japan. Gareth Barry will miss these two matches. On 12 June, England plays against United States in the first match of 2010 Football World Cup.

Gareth Barry has won 36 caps and became the important player in the England’s midfield. Gareth Barry played in eight of England’s qualifying matches. Gareth Barry will also miss the Manchester City’s final match of the season against West Ham on Sunday.

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Thursday, June 24th, 2010

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Team BIO for This Match:
England : Group C
Manager: Fabio Capello
Star Player: Wayne Rooney
World Cup Appearances: 14

Algeria : Group C
Manager: Rabah Saadane
Star Player: Karim Zaini
World Cup Appearances: 3

Venue : Green Point Stadium
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England : Group C
The Three Lions go into 2010 FIFA World Cup Finals hoping to add to their solitary World Cup trophy that was famously won by Alf Ramsey’s ‘Wingless Wonders’ in 1966, when England hosted the event.With Fabio Capello at the helm, England swept through the qualification matches for the Finals, winning all but one match along the way, which culminated in the Lions’ 5-1 win over old enemy Croatia, giving them a place in South Africa with two games to spare.England is deep in all positions, particularly in the middle of the park, where Steven Gerrard and Frank Lamapard anchor a formidable midfield.

Chances for England to win Fifa World Cup Football 2010:
Stormed through qualification under Capello, whose winning pedigree in club football suggests a more ruthless and focused England are a good bet for at least a semi-final place. An easy draw threw up a straight-forward group but in the first knockout stage a showdown with Germany, Australia, Ghana or Serbia beckons.

Algeria : Group C
Algeria overcame fierce rivals Egypt in a one-off play-off after both countries finished level on points at the top of their group.In the neutral venue of Sudan, Algeria triumphed by a solitary goal by defender Antar Yahia to advance to their third World Cup finals appearance.Upon qualification, Algeria coach Rabah Saadane praised the commitment shown by his players.The Desert Foxes have failed to get out of the group stages during their last two finals outings and they will need the same commitment they showed against Egypt to qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup for the first time in their history.

Chances for Algeria to win Fifa World Cup Football 2010:
Qualifiers for the third time after eliminating Africa’s continental champions Egypt, Saadane’s men are defensively solid and are unlikely to be on the end of any thrashings in South Africa. That said, qualification for the last 16 looks too much to ask.

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Match Preview: England go into the game against Algeria with the media spotlight well and truly on them after their 1-1 draw with USA. Headlines of ‘The Hand of Clod’ greeted goalkeeper Robert Green after his error gifted Clint Dempsey an equaliser and there has been much talk over who Fabio Capello will install as his No.1 – keep the faith with Green, or turn to the veteran David James? WATCH IT LIVE HERE

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Team BIO for This Match:
England : Group C
Manager: Fabio Capello
Star Player: Wayne Rooney
World Cup Appearances: 14

Algeria : Group C
Manager: Rabah Saadane
Star Player: Karim Zaini
World Cup Appearances: 3

Venue : Green Point Stadium
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England Vs Algeria Team Profile:
England : Group C
The Three Lions go into 2010 FIFA World Cup Finals hoping to add to their solitary World Cup trophy that was famously won by Alf Ramsey’s ‘Wingless Wonders’ in 1966, when England hosted the event.With Fabio Capello at the helm, England swept through the qualification matches for the Finals, winning all but one match along the way, which culminated in the Lions’ 5-1 win over old enemy Croatia, giving them a place in South Africa with two games to spare.England is deep in all positions, particularly in the middle of the park, where Steven Gerrard and Frank Lamapard anchor a formidable midfield.

Chances for England to win Fifa World Cup Football 2010:
Stormed through qualification under Capello, whose winning pedigree in club football suggests a more ruthless and focused England are a good bet for at least a semi-final place. An easy draw threw up a straight-forward group but in the first knockout stage a showdown with Germany, Australia, Ghana or Serbia beckons.

Algeria : Group C
Algeria overcame fierce rivals Egypt in a one-off play-off after both countries finished level on points at the top of their group.In the neutral venue of Sudan, Algeria triumphed by a solitary goal by defender Antar Yahia to advance to their third World Cup finals appearance.Upon qualification, Algeria coach Rabah Saadane praised the commitment shown by his players.The Desert Foxes have failed to get out of the group stages during their last two finals outings and they will need the same commitment they showed against Egypt to qualify for the last 16 of the World Cup for the first time in their history.

Chances for Algeria to win Fifa World Cup Football 2010:
Qualifiers for the third time after eliminating Africa’s continental champions Egypt, Saadane’s men are defensively solid and are unlikely to be on the end of any thrashings in South Africa. That said, qualification for the last 16 looks too much to ask.

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It is an unusual situation for Capello’s side to be under such pressure, especially after a qualifying campaign that saw them lose just once, but the Italian’s secrecy over his team selection has not helped matters and the press have gone into overdrive, creating a frosty atmosphere with the coach that worsened when he snapped at photographers recently.

With injury issues surrounding Ledley King, Jamie Carragher has been called into action at the heart of the defence alongside John Terry and, worryingly, there is now a distinct lack of pace in the centre. Algeria are not blessed with speed at the back either and there were rumours before the game that Jermain Defoe could be given a chance to run at the defenders in place of the lumbering Emile Heskey, with Peter Crouch’s height continuing to be used as an option off the bench.

With the pace of Lennon and Johnson down the right, Algeria will look to left-back Nadir Belhadj to hold off their attacks and use his own speed to push them back into their own half. A defensive 4-5-1 formation from their opening game against Slovenia suggests that they won’t be pushing forward with that much gusto, but the defeat already on their record means they need a win and should be looking to score early and then sit back. Former Marseille star Karim Ziani will be key to Algeria’s hopes in the final third and his combination play with striker Rafik Djebbour could prove their best hope of scoring, especially on the counter attack.

Although this will be the first meeting between England and Algeria, the Three Lions have kept a clean sheet in four of their five World Cup encounters against African sides.

England player to watch: Gareth Barry. A gaping hole in the England midfield was left when Barry went down with an ankle injury before the tournament, and Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard were left to try to fill in against USA. Barry is fit again now, so the defensive midfield slot is assured and the balance of the England side is much better. The left-footer will be alongside Lampard, with Gerrard switched to the left, and suddenly England look capable of providing more of an attacking threat.

Algeria player to watch: Hassan Yebda. The ‘heart and soul’ of the team, Yebda’s tracking back and tigerish tackling will assist in keeping the wing threat of England down. But he also has his own box of tricks and is a very capable crosser and dribbler of the ball. While he would want more in terms of a goal return, how he deals with Gerrard on the left of the midfield will determine how Algeria compete.

Key battle: Robert Green v David James v Joe Hart v Faouzi Chaouchi. A rather odd battle perhaps, but whichever England goalkeeper gets the nod in the end will have his hands full with the media spotlight and will be under pressure not to make a mistake. Green is expected to keep the gloves, despite his error against USA and conventional wisdom suggests James will take his place if he is dropped, although Hart has been the man in form of late. Algeria’s Chaouchi is under his own pressure after his mistake against Slovenia gifted them the win, so the ‘keepers at both ends of the pitch will be key to the game.

Trivia: Algeria’s national anthem is called “Qassaman” – (The Pledge). Qassaman was written during Algeria’s struggle for independence from French colonial rule. Seventeen of the 23 Algerian players were born in France.

Stats: England have never lost against an African team: 11 wins and four draws, while Algeria have never kept a clean sheet in seven World Cup matches.

Odds: England (1.25), Algeria (12.00) and the draw (6.25) are all on offer at Bet 365, but Steven Gerrard to score last at 8.00 looks a nice bet.

Prediction: England stuttered a bit in the first game, but then so did Algeria. If England get an early goal it will settle the nerves, otherwise it will be tough to break down the Algerian side.