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The 2010 World Cup beckons with 32 nations lining up to compete for the ultimate prize in football. Now, it is full steam ahead to South Africa and the 2010 World Cup Finals and you can see all the live World Cup action right here with Live Sport Network. Through our dedicated members area you can access online streaming of all World Cup soccer games this summer. With all the big names present such as Brazil, Argentina, Germany and England, the tournament this coming summer is going to be as exciting as any of it’s predecessors. Watch all of the World Cup live action right here on Live Sports Network.

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The nineteenth FIFA World Cup finals will feature all previous winners of the tournament. Brazil, five-times winners and considered perennial challengers in all tournaments, play in Group G alongside Portugal, Ivory Coast and North Korea who caused one of the greatest upsets in World Cup history back in 1966 when they beat Italy 1-0. This is the toughest group in the competition and is the certainly 2010’s Group of Death.


Current holders and four-time winners Italy start in a comparatively easier Group F which also features Paraguay, Slovakia and New Zealand. 1998 winners France, possibly fortunate to be in the tournament after their controversial play-off win, head Group A alongside hosts South Africa, Mexico and the first-ever winners Uruguay.

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Twice-winners Argentina, managed by Diego Maradona, face Group B opponents Nigeria, South Korea and Greece knowing that they must improve on their qualifying form to stand a chance of adding to their 1978 and 1986 victories. Qualifying form wasn’t a problem for 1966 winners England who, under Fabio Capello, will go into their Group C matches against Algeria, Slovenia and the USA with confidence.


Germany, whose victories have come in 1974 and 1990, start as favourites in Group D of the 2010 World Cup against Ghana, Australia and Serbia despite usually taking time to find their feet in tournaments. They can never be written off and always mount a considerable challenge in the latter stages.


Thursday 26 November 2015
Europa League - Dinamo Minsk v FC Viktoria Plzen, Krasnodar v Borussia Dortmund, Rubin Kazan v FC Sion, AZ Alkmaar v Partizan Belgrade, Basel v Fiorentina, Belenenses v Lech Poznan, Besiktas v Skenderbeu, FC Augsburg v Athletic Bilbao, Lazio v Dnipro, Lokomotiv Moscow v Sporting Lisbon, Monaco v Anderlecht, Qarabag FK v Tottenham Hotspur, Rosenborg v St Etienne, Schalke v Apoel Nicosia, Sparta Prague v Asteras Tripoli, Braga v Slovan Liberec, Celtic v Ajax, Club Brugge v Napoli, Legia Warsaw v FC Midtjylland, Liverpool v Bordeaux, Marseille v Groningen, Molde v Fenerbahce, PAOK Salonika v FK Qabala, Villarreal v Rapid Vienna

Friday 27 November 2015
Scottish Premier League - St Johnstone v Dundee.
Spanish Primera Division - Levante v Real Betis.
German Bundesliga - SV Darmstadt 98 v Cologne.
French Ligue 1 - Lyon v Montpellier

Saturday 28 November 2015
Premiership - Aston Villa v Watford, Bournemouth v Everton, Crystal Palace v Newcastle United, Manchester City v Southampton, Sunderland v Stoke City, Leicester City v Manchester United.
Scottish Premier League - Aberdeen v Ross County, Dundee United v Hamilton Academical, Kilmarnock v Partick Thistle, Motherwell v Hearts.
Serie A - Torino v Bologna, AC Milan v Sampdoria.
Spanish Primera Division - Barcelona v Real Sociedad, Atletico Madrid v Espanyol, Malaga v Granada, Las Palmas v Deportivo La Coruna, Celta Vigo v Sporting Gijon.
German Bundesliga - Bayern Munich v Hertha Berlin, Hannover 96 v FC Ingolstadt 04, Hoffenheim v Borussia Monchengladbach, Mainz v Eintracht Frankfurt, Werder Bremen v Hamburg.
French Ligue 1 - Paris St Germain v Troyes, Angers v Lille, Gazelec Ajaccio v Lorient, Nantes v Bastia, Reims v Rennes, Toulouse v Nice

If the above isn't enough to keep you entertained tune in next weekend for more match schedules


The remaining groups feature several teams who still harbour dreams of claiming their first World crown. Group H is headed by European Champions Spain, who with the likes of Villa, Fabregas and Torres in their ranks, may have a real chance this time. Honduras, Chile and Switzerland are their opponents and all three will surely be playing for second spot in the group. Group E features two former European Champions including the Netherlands who are widely considered the be the greatest team never to have won the world Cup. Denmark join them along with Cameroon and Japan.


The 2010 World Cup kick’s off on 11th June 2010 in Johannesburg. You can watch World Cup matches right here on Live Sports Network. Watching from the comfort of your own pc or laptop, live online World Cup streaming is just a mouse-click away.

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