Saturday, June 12, 2010

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The Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban will stage the Germany vs Australia game. These two teams in Group D will challenge each other at 18:30 GMT on Sunday, June 13.

Germany celebrate a goal.Germany Plotting A Win

No Michael Ballack; the captain was cruelly ruled out from the 2010 FIFA World Cup following an injury he picked up in May. Still, the Germans are lo

oking forward to make the most of their status as favorites. 2006 World Cup Young Player of the Year award winner Lucas Podolski boasted about Germany’s chances to make it against Australia this weekend. The striker told on Friday:

“Of course, there is some sort of pressure because we go in

to this game as favorites. Either way, we will go with confidence into our three group matches. We really, really want to win the opening encounter.”

Australia Get Good And Bad NewsAustralian players   celebrating together.

Let’s keep the good news for the end and start by learning the bad one. Fulham’s Mark Schwarzer and Reading’s Adam Federici were included in Pim Verbeek’s 23-man squad for the 2010 World Cup, and both men are expected to remain in South Africa until Australia’s campaign is over. The goalkeeper that has pulled out from the tournament is Brad Jones. The Middlesbrough shot stopper has to assist his family following a tragedy. A statement from the Australian national football team declared:

“It has been decided that Jones will not return to South Africa and will remain with his family.”

Coach Pim Verbeek had to call up Eugen Galekovic in replacement for Brad Jones.

Now the good news is about the return of a few key players ahead of Australia’s game against Germany. Talisman Harry Kewell surmounted his groin injury worries while midfielder Brett Emerton overcame his calf injury. Besides, Tim Cahill is also free from the neck injury which plagued him for some time. Cahill is now expected to shine against Germany. Speaking about his fitness on Friday, the Everton attacking player declared:

“I don’t want to focus on injuries. If the game was tomorrow, I’d be there and more than ready.”