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9 June 2010

Lots of non-football fans will be watching the World Cup, which can only be a good thing. But the great uninitiated hordes of Johnny and Jenny Come Latelys will be asking you lots of questions about the game. Sometimes silly ones.
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9 June 2010
The World Cup debutants have Marek Hamsik and a kind draw but have to overcome injury and inconsistency, writes Neil Billingham.
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9 June 2010
The All Whites had a simple route to South Africa but staying there will be a harder task, says James Montague.
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9 June 2010
The South Americans need to recreate the form of a few years ago, says Henry Mance.
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9 June 2010
The World Champions aren't considered frontrunners this year despite the easiest of groups, explains Matthew Barker.
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9 June 2010
More often than not, things don’t always go to plan in Spain despite the best of intentions.
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9 June 2010
Italy flew out of Milan’s Malpensa Airport under cover of darkness surrounded by the same patriotic fervour than now accompanies Republic Day. So, still no real enthusiasm for Marcello Lippi’s boys as they boarded their flight for South Africa – apart from the pre-teens who had forced their fathers to drive out to the airport to wave a flag.
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9 June 2010
The Indomitable Lions can count themselves a little lucky to have qualified, but they'll need more than good fortune to progress past a tough group...
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9 June 2010
The co-hosts of 2002 can't wait to put the disappointment of the last World Cup behind them, but they're short of a top-class finisher...
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9 June 2010
Spirited and strong down the middle, Denmark won't be easy to topple – unless teams get down the flanks, says Dan Brennan
 

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