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Spain and England, to take the Final Step to the 2010 World Cup

Written by Matt Stevens   
Tuesday, 08 September 2009 22:53

Spain and England, to take the Final Step - BSN SportsSpain and England stand in a quintet of teams that can take passport non-stop to 2010 World Cup, while France and Portugal was teeter on the tightrope.

Serbia, Denmark and Slovakia also be classified, however, Danish and Slovak triumphs and require the help of others.

Spain will host Estonia in Merida and looks for all to get their eighth win in eight games with group 5.

England goes for its eighth win in as many games in Group 6 of Europe to receive the selection of Croatia.

You also have the opportunity to settle an outstanding account, and that Croatia was responsible for that failed to qualify for Euro 2008 when he was coach Steve McClaren.

Now under the guidance of Fabio Capello, England is a stronger and selected defeated Croatia 4-1 in Zagreb a year ago.

"He restored my belief to the fans and players," said midfielder David Beckham.

"It's what we need to return to the football we're capable of doing," he added.

The Serbs will make his escort home to France and defending a lead of four points.

A victory in Belgrade would give the ticket and the French will then seek to repechage.

Slovakia caresses his first World Cup, despite coming from local tie of 2-2 with neighboring Czech Republic, still leads Group 3 with a two-point difference on Northern Ireland. Both are measured on Wednesday in Belfast and a triumph Slovak, with a tie between Slovenia and Poland in Maribor, could convict the top of the fraction.

Denmark can win the group 1 if imposed on his visit to Albania, in addition to Portugal to help with a win over Hungary and Sweden Budaspest can not beat Malta.

Lo de Portugal is extremely worrying and there is great possibility that Cristiano Ronaldo, the world's most expensive player, miss going to the 2010 World Cup.

The 1-1 draw with Denmark on Saturday left them seven points behind the Danes and lagging in fourth place, with just three games. They need a win against Hungary, the second group.

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