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Linc Sport World Cup: Day 15

Once again Luis Suarez has over shadowed the World Cup proceedings, after he was hit with a four-month ban from all football. While being ruled out of the World Cup last seasons Premier League Player of the Year will miss the first nine games of the Premier League season as well as Champions League and […]

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Linc Sport World Cup preview: Group H

Last, but by no means least, here is your team by team guide for group H, containing Russia, Belgium, South Korea and Algeria by Josh Barber.

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Dull and lifeless: it’s time to ditch the 4-4-2

England were devoid of any invention and adventure against Algeria. Bradley King argues for a change of system and a recall to a familiar face.

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‘David James set to play against Algeria’

Fabio Capello will drop Robert Green in favour of playing David James in goal in Friday’s World Cup crunch match against Algeria.

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You can only select one goalkeeper, Fabio

Tom Farmery asks after a week of long discussion with his advisers, is Fabio Capello really ready to make his selection for tonight’s game?

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‘Gerrard hopes to gain from Barry return’

England captain Steven Gerrard hopes to take on a more attacking role in Friday’s showdown with Algeria with Gareth Barry returning to the team.

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‘Wayne Rooney jibe fires up Algeria’

Wayne Rooney has claimed that an under-par England side could beat Algeria, which has prompted anger from the Algerian camp.

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Weak Algeria should be beaten easily

England are expected to dispatch the Algerians without too many problems. But could the threat come down the African team’s left hand side? Bradley King explains.

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World Cup blog: Why 2010 will not be Africa’s year

The first African World Cup gets underway in three days. But the tournament which was billed as Africa’s tournament may see it’s nations struggle.

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