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England v Germany, World Cup 2010: Open Thread

england v germany England v Germany, World Cup 2010: Open Thread

They think it’s all over (Sie denken es ist alles vorbel), well it is now. Not quite, but before, during and after England’s massive game today against Germany, post your opinions and observations in the comments section below as Fabio Capello’s men aim to overturn the Germans to reach the quarter-finals.

According to the UK press, Capello is going to name an unchanged team from the one that defeated Slovenia last Wednesday. It’s a gutsy move from Capello considering that Gareth Barry had a weak game. And there is still not a place for Joe Cole on this side.

Germany, meanwhile, fields an under-strength team that is missing Bastian Schweinsteiger, Cacau and others.

The one thing about Germany versus England matches is that they’re always entertaining. England loves nothing better than to beat Germany, but it doesn’t happen that often. This is absolutely one game you’ll want to sit back and enjoy.

It’s going to be an incredible day of soccer with the later match of Argentina and Mexico, too. Have a wonderful soccer Sunday!


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