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    WORLD CUP TUESDAY 17/06/14

    World Cup-Germany v Portugal

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    -Germany-1/2 00:00 Tue, 17 Jun 2014

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    HEAD TO HEAD

    With Germany and Portugal going head to head in Group G's high-profile opener on Monday, Ghana's match against United States later on in the evening looks like a decider for third place.

    Having beaten these opponents at each of the last two World Cups, the Black Stars are 31/20 (2.55) favourites with bet365 to put themselves in prime position with another victory here.

    However, Jurgen Klinsmann's men overcame African champions Nigeria in their final warm-up match and so may feel confident of earning some revenge at odds of 21/10 (3.10).

    The previous World Cup encounter at South Africa 2010 was decided in extra time after a draw in 90 minutes and you can get odds of 11/5 (3.20) on the teams cancelling each other out once again here.

    While they sealed they place in Brazil courtesy of an emphatic 7-3 aggregate play-off victory over Egypt that included a memorable 6-1 win on home turf, James Kwesi Appiah's men have been far more impressive in defence than up front recently.

    Prior to last week's 4-0 friendly victory over South Korea, the African side had scored just five goals in the previous nine games, the last of which were consecutive 1-0 defeats against Montenegro and Netherlands.

    This lack of cutting edge is sure to be tested by a resolute American side in Natal, where the forecast of heavy rain is likely to restrict free-flowing football at either end, just as we saw when Cameroon met Mexico in similar conditions at the same stadium on Friday.

    With an edgy match looking likely, even money (2.00) quotes are well worth backing on no more than one side finding the net in a bet that would have paid out in five of the Americans' previous eight games and nine of Ghana's last 10.

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    World Cup
    GHANA
    V UNITED STATES

    06:00 Tue, 17 Jun 2014
    GHANA
    V UNITED STATES
    GHANA-1/4

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    Ghana and United States

    Unlike in the previous two World Cups this time it’s not a win-or-go-home match but,
    with Germany and Portugal waiting, it remains a game both teams need to win
    Unlike in the previous two World Cups this time it’s not a win-or-go-home match but, with Germany and Portugal waiting, it remains a game both teams need to win




    Ghana and United States will meet on Monday at Arena das Dunas for the third time in a row in the World Cup, a rivalry that has so far been dominated by the Black Stars.

    In 2006, the African side won 2-1 in their last game of the group phase, making it to the second round in the process and sending the Americans home. Four years later, it was again 2-1, this time after extra time in the round of 16.

    A defeat won’t mean elimination this time for either side but, considering they have Germany and Portugal as next opponents, this is a game both need to win to have a chance of surviving what many consider the Group of Death.

    Four years after being a penalty shootout away from making history as the first African side to reach the semi-finals, Ghana have retained most of the squad of 2010 and the same style: solid in defence and dangerous on the counterattack, yet still lacking some creativity in midfield.

    Coach Kwesi Appiah plays with a 4-2-3-1 formation in which the key player could start as left back. Kwadwo Asamoah was once expected to become the playmaker that the Black Stars lacked, but he has been converted to a wing-back at club level with Juventus.

    He would still play as left winger, but it seems that spot will be occupied by Jordan Ayew, who scored a hat-trick against South Korea in Ghana's last friendly. His brother, Andre, will start on the right side.

    Behind striker Asamoah Gyan, Kevin-Prince Boateng is more a support forward than a true playmaker. Michael Essien and Sulley Muntari will form a midfield duo that seems solid, although neither man is at the peak of his career.

    Jonathan Mensah and John Boye have formed a good partnership in defence in recent games, with Harrison Afful the most likely option to play as right-back, although he could switch to the left if Appiah finally decides to play Asamoah in a more advanced role. Adam Kwarasey will start as goalkeeper.

    On the other side, coach Jurgen Klinsmann made headlines when he left star Landon Donovan out of his World Cup squad, but a more significant decision has been his switch in his last four friendly matches to a 4-4-1-1 system with a diamond midfield, a rare occurrence among the teams in Brazil.

    This formation allows Michael Bradley to play with less defensive responsibilities, constantly joining Clint Dempsey to provide chances for striker Jozy Altidore. Each of these three players is a scoring threat to opposing defences.

    Kyle Beckerman seems poised to play as holding midfielder, with Alejandro Bedoya and Jermaine Jones or Graham Zusi behind Bradley. Considering the strength of their group rivals, the more balanced Jones looks like a safer option than Zusi. Goalkeeper Tim Howard is the cornerstone behind a defence that has struggled to find its four best options.

    Geoff Cameron and Matt Besler have not played together many times in the centre, while Fabian Johnson and DeMarcus Beasley are two versatile players who have not settled as full-backs; they are both willing and able to join the attack, but suspicious on their defensive duties.

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    03:00 Tue, 17 Jun 2014

    World Cup

    03:00 Tue, 17 Jun 2014
    IRAN V NIGERIA
    IRAN+1/2

 

 

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