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England vs Uruguay<br />
Group D<br />
Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo<br />
8pm kick-off<br />
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England and Uruguay meet in a potentially pivotal World Cup Group D match in Sao Paulo this evening.<br />
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Both sides suffered defeat in the opening fixtures, with the Three Lions going down 2-1 against Italy and their South American rivals suffering a shock 3-1 loss to Costa Rica.<br />
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A similar result for either side tonight would all-but end their participation in Brazil, meaning the pressure is sure to be on from the outset.<br />
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Suspensions &amp; Injuries<br />
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Roy Hodgson has no fresh concerns in his squad, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ramping up his training in an effort to be fit for selection at some stage in the match. Raheem Sterling is the only England player carrying a yellow card into the clash.<br />
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It&rsquo;s a different story for Oscar Tabarez however, with Maxi Pereira suspended after picking up a straight red card last time out. Diego Lugano is also out with a knee injury, although Luis Suarez returns.<br />
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The Liverpool striker watched the opening game defeat from the bench, but will be looking to make his club teammates pay on the biggest stage.<br />
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Starting line-ups:<br />
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England<br />
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Hart, Johnson, Jagielka, Cahill, Baines, Gerrard, Henderson, Sterling, Rooney, Welbeck, Sturridge.<br />
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Uruguay<br />
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Muslera, Caceres, Gimenez, Godin, Pereira, Gonzalez, Rios, Lodeiro, Rodriguez, Cavani, Suarez.<br />
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Reaction<br />
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Hodgson has named an unchanged side for the match, although Sterling is expected to move to the wing to allow Rooney to play in the number 10 role behind striker Daniel Sturridge.<br />
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For Uruguay, Edinson Cavani gets the nod to start alongside Suarez, meaning veteran forward Diego Forlan moves to the bench.<br />
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History<br />
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England haven't played against Uruguay since 2006, with the Three Lions winning the last encounter - a friendly at Anfield - 2-1. Goals from Peter Crouch and Joe Cole proved to be the difference on that occasion.<br />
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The two teams have met twice at the World Cup, with Uruguay winning the first outing 4-2 back in 1954. That was a quarter-final encounter, and they met 12-years later in the Group Stages in a 0-0 draw at Wembley. England, of course, went on to lift the trophy under the guidance of Sir Alf Ramsey. - Football Fan Club
England vs Uruguay
Group D
Arena Corinthians, Sao Paulo
8pm kick-off

England and Uruguay meet in a potentially pivotal World Cup Group D match in Sao Paulo this evening.

Both sides suffered defeat in the opening fixtures, with the Three Lions going down 2-1 against Italy and their South American rivals suffering a shock 3-1 loss to Costa Rica.

A similar result for either side tonight would all-but end their participation in Brazil, meaning the pressure is sure to be on from the outset.



Suspensions & Injuries

Roy Hodgson has no fresh concerns in his squad, with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ramping up his training in an effort to be fit for selection at some stage in the match. Raheem Sterling is the only England player carrying a yellow card into the clash.

It’s a different story for Oscar Tabarez however, with Maxi Pereira suspended after picking up a straight red card last time out. Diego Lugano is also out with a knee injury, although Luis Suarez returns.

The Liverpool striker watched the opening game defeat from the bench, but will be looking to make his club teammates pay on the biggest stage.

Starting line-ups:

England

Hart, Johnson, Jagielka, Cahill, Baines, Gerrard, Henderson, Sterling, Rooney, Welbeck, Sturridge.

Uruguay

Muslera, Caceres, Gimenez, Godin, Pereira, Gonzalez, Rios, Lodeiro, Rodriguez, Cavani, Suarez.

Reaction

Hodgson has named an unchanged side for the match, although Sterling is expected to move to the wing to allow Rooney to play in the number 10 role behind striker Daniel Sturridge.

For Uruguay, Edinson Cavani gets the nod to start alongside Suarez, meaning veteran forward Diego Forlan moves to the bench.

History

England haven't played against Uruguay since 2006, with the Three Lions winning the last encounter - a friendly at Anfield - 2-1. Goals from Peter Crouch and Joe Cole proved to be the difference on that occasion.

The two teams have met twice at the World Cup, with Uruguay winning the first outing 4-2 back in 1954. That was a quarter-final encounter, and they met 12-years later in the Group Stages in a 0-0 draw at Wembley. England, of course, went on to lift the trophy under the guidance of Sir Alf Ramsey.
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Neymar inspires Brazil comeback<br />
The hosts fell behind to a Marcelo own goal but two goals from the forward and a late strike from Oscar gave them a 3-1 win over Croatia on opening night - Football Fan Club

Neymar inspires Brazil comeback
The hosts fell behind to a Marcelo own goal but two goals from the forward and a late strike from Oscar gave them a 3-1 win over Croatia on opening night
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are you ready for the first game - Football Fan Club
are you ready for the first game
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FIFA 2014 WORLD CUP COMPLETE MATCH SCHEDULE IN INDIAN STANDARD TIME (IST)
First Round, Group Stage Match Schedule in Indian Time
No : Date - Time (IST) Match Result
01 13th - 01:30 AM Brazil v/s Croatia --
02 13th - 09:30 PM Mexico v/s Cameroon --
03 14th - 00:30 AM Spain v/s Netherlands --
04 14th - 03:30 AM Chile v/s Australia --
05 14th - 09:30 PM Colombia v/s Greece --
06 15th - 06:30 AM Ivory Coast v/s Japan --
07 15th - 00:30 AM Uruguay v/s Costa Rica --
08 15th - 03:30 AM England vs Italy --
09 15th - 09:30 PM Switzerland vs Ecuador --
10 16th - 12:30 AM France vs Honduras --
11 16th - 03:30 AM Argentina vs Bosnia Herzegovina --
12 17th - 12:30 AM Iran vs Nigeria --
13 16th - 09:30 PM Germany vs Portugal --
14 17th - 03:30 AM Ghana vs United States --
15 17th - 09:30 PM Belgium vs Algeria --
16 18th - 03:30 AM Russia v/s South Korea --
17 18th - 00:30 AM Brazil v/s Mexico --
18 19th - 03:30 AM Cameroon v/s Croatia --
19 19th - 12:30 AM Spain v/s Chile --
20 18th - 09:30 PM Australia vs Netherlands --
21 19th - 09:30 PM Colombia vs Ivory Coast --
22 20th - 03:30 AM Japan vs Greece --
23 20th - 12:30 AM Uruguay vs England --
24 20th - 09:30 PM Italy vs Costa Rica --
25 21st - 12:30 AM Switzerland + France --
26 21st - 03:30 AM Honduras + Ecuador --
27 21st - 09:30 PM Argentina + Iran --
28 22nd - 03:30 AM Nigeria + Bosnia Herzegovina --
29 22nd - 12:30 AM Germany + Ghana --
30 23rd - 03:30 AM United States + Portugal --
31 22nd - 09:30 PM Belgium + Russia --
32 23rd - 12:30 AM South Korea + Algeria --
33 24th - 01:30 AM Cameroon + Brazil --
34 24th - 01:30 AM Croatia + Mexico --
35 23rd - 09:30 PM Australia + Spain --
36 23rd - 09:30 PM Netherlands + Chile --
37 25th - 12:30 AM Japan + Colombia --
38 25th - 01:30 AM Greece + Ivory Coast --
39 24th - 09:30 PM Italy + Uruguay --
40 24th - 09:30 PM Costa Rica + England --
41 26th - 12:30 AM Honduras + Switzerland --
42 26th - 01:30 AM Ecuador v/s France --
43 25th - 09:30 PM Nigeria v/s Argentina --
44 25th - 09:30 PM Bosnia Herzegovina v/s Iran --
45 26th - 09:30 PM United States v/s Germany --
46 26th - 09:30 PM Portugal v/s Ghana --
47 27th - 01:30 AM South Korea v/s Belgium --
48 27th - 01:30 AM Algeria v/s Russia --
Round of 16 Match at FIFA World Cup 2014 Schedule in Indian Time
No : Date - Time (IST) Match Result
49 28th - 09:30 PM TBD -- TBD --
50 29th - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
51 29th - 09:30 PM TBD -- TBD --
52 30th - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
53 30th - 09:30 PM TBD -- TBD --
54 01st - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
55 01st - 09:30 PM TBD --TBD --
56 02nd - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
Quarter Final Match Schedule of FIFA World Cup 2014 in Indian Time
No : Date - Time (IST) Match Result
57 04th - 09:30 PM TBD -- TBD --
58 05th - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
59 05th - 09:30 PM TBD -- TBD --
60 06th 0 - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
Semi Final Match of FIFA World Cup 2014 Schedule in Indian Time
No : Date - Time (IST) Match Result
61 09th - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
62 10th - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
Losers Final Match of FIFA World Cup 2014 Schedule in Indian Standard Time
No : Date - Time (IST) Match Result
63 13th - 01:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
Final Match of FIFA World Cup 2014 Schedule in Indian Standard Time
No : Date - Time (IST) Match Result
64 14th - 12:30 AM TBD -- TBD --
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