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World Cup Group H Preview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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A day after looking at the Netherland’s Group E, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer join me to break down Group H – otherwise known as Spain’s group. The 2008 European Champions are joined by Chile, Honduras and Switzerland in one of the tournaments most interesting groups, with the quartet having no clear second best team set to push through with Spain. Laurence, Kartik and myself – with the help of Andy Brassell, Tim Vickery and Grant Wahl – breakdown each nation and walk through the six matches which will define the group.

On tomorrow’s podcast, the team will break down Group A: France, Mexico, South Africa, and Uruguay.

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3 Responses to World Cup Group H Preview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

  1. Scott Alexander says:

    Look at the brackets. If Chile finish second and Brazil first then Chile have to face Brazil in the first knockout giving Chile all the reason in the world to explore different formations because they were destroyed in both CONMEBOL qualifiers versus Brazil. Bielsa isn’t shy but he does know what is coming. Also look for Alexis Sanchez to spark a transfer war.

  2. tobias mayer says:

    i think that switzerland will go through (maybe because i am swiss)
    purely on the fact we are better organized and chile’s system will crumble against a well organized swiss team that will use the Chilianian system to its advantage by counter attacks. as mention in the podcast. I think that if switzerland goes one up they will have the upper hand because chile will further open its defense which could lead to a 2 0 lead for switzerland
    I also strongly disagree with the notion that we don’t have the mid field players for such to play bring the play to Frei or Derdiyok. we have behrami and barnetta and a player to look out for Inler and currently playing at Udinese which has bin in contact with clubs such as liverpool etc

    even if it is an early out switzerland has a bright future with its U-17 winning the World cup in Nigeria last year.
    Now if that is not a good omen then what is

    • Richard Farley says:

      Agreed, Tobias. I actually quite like Switzerland’s midfield. I hope I didn’t say otherwise on the podcast. I think Barnetta can provide that little bit of magic. I think Inler is very solid, and I hope Behrami is healthy for the opener.

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World Cup Group H Preview: World Cup Buzz Podcast

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A day after looking at the Netherland’s Group E, Laurence McKenna and Kartik Krishnaiyer join me to break down Group H – otherwise known as Spain’s group. The 2008 European Champions are joined by Chile, Honduras and Switzerland in one of the tournaments most interesting groups, with the quartet having no clear second best team set to push through with Spain. Laurence, Kartik and myself – with the help of Andy Brassell, Tim Vickery and Grant Wahl – breakdown each nation and walk through the six matches which will define the group.

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