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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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9 June 2010
They have almost too much attacking talent to choose from – but, asks Ben Lyttleton, will Holland be undone by defensive worries again?
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9 June 2010
Abou Diaby has been compared with Patrick Vieira ever since he joined Arsenal four years ago. The similarities were there for the laziest of observers to notice: their club, position, lanky gait, marauding runs and ability to recover the ball like a diver looking for pearls.
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9 June 2010
"Goalkeepers should be solid and secure first, and then brilliant second..."
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9 June 2010
Alive & Kicking's 250,000th ball continues its journey with the Spirit of Football team from London to the World Cup opening ceremony in Johannesburg.
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8 June 2010
The greatest World Cup game you’ve probably never heard of
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8 June 2010
Promising youngsters replacing crocked veterans has worked for them at the back, but Ghana may not have enough in the final third...
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8 June 2010
Talented players, balanced attack, tactical flexibility: beating Serbia will require a good team - or their own self-destruction...
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8 June 2010
They'd be proud to be described as "B*ggers to beat", but the Socceroos need a cutting edge, warns Sam Pilger...
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8 June 2010
Rarely far from the medal positions, Germany have been getting closer to glory, says Ulrich Hesse – and might be fun to watch

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