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Date:22/03/13
Time:21:10
Venue:Lima
Status:LIVE
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Peru Details:
Qualification history
The South Africa 2010 qualifying competition brought nothing but disappointment for Peru. Early draws against Paraguay and Brazil proved to be a false dawn, followed as they were by heavy defeats to Ecuador and Uruguay and a run of six straight losses that put paid to any remote qualification hopes they may have had. At the end of it all, they trailed home bottom of the ten-team CONMEBOL group behind Bolivia and Venezuela.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Peru took part in the inaugural FIFA World Cup™ finals in Uruguay in 1930, where they were eliminated in the first round. They made their return in Mexico 40 years on with a side led by Teofilo Cubillas and Hector Chumpitaz. An impressive campaign was only halted in the quarter-finals by the brilliant Brazilians. At Argentina 1978 they once again eased through the group phase, but came unstuck in a tough group in the second round. It was the last hurrah of a talented generation and when the Peruvians travelled to Spain four years later for what would be their final appearance to date, they failed to win a game, although they did manage to hold eventual winners Italy to a draw.

The current crop
Absent from the last seven FIFA World Cup finals, Peru turned to the experienced Sergio Markarian in a bid to revive their ailing fortunes. The Uruguayan coach appears to be on the right track, overseeing some promising recent performances which include a shock third-place finish at the 2011 Copa America in Argentina. “Our plan is to recover the lustre that Peruvian football once had and strengthen the squad ahead of [Brazil 2014] qualifying,” he said in a recent interview with FIFA.com.

The key players
Markarian’s belief is based on the playing personnel at his disposal. Claudio Pizarro is back in the national fold after a lengthy absence and will carry the team’s goal threat along with Jefferson Farfan, who has worked wonders at Schalke. Juan Vargas, Paolo Guerrero and Carlos Zambrano also feature among Peru’s foreign-based stars and bring plenty of experience and drive to the side.

Coach: Sergio Markarian
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup Mexico 1970, Argentina 1978 (Quarter-finals), Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Berlin 1936 (Quarter-finals), FIFA U-17 World Cup Korea 2007 (Quarter-finals)


Chile Details:

Qualification history
After finishing in last spot in the South American Zone qualifying standings ahead of Germany 2006, Chile completed a remarkable turnaround by claiming second place – just one point behind Brazil – on the road to South Africa 2010, having secured their passage with a game to spare. Their previous best qualifying performance in the current format came prior to France 1998, when La Roja finished fourth.

FIFA World Cup finals history
With eight FIFA World Cups™ under their belts, Chile are level with Paraguay in fourth place on the list of South American nations that have appeared at most editions of the showpiece event. Their best performance to date came when finishing third as host nation in 1962. On five other occasions they have failed to progress from the group phase, while at France 1998 and South Africa 2010 they reached the Round of 16, only to exit at the hands of Brazil on both occasions.

The current crop
On the back of Marcelo Bielsa’s impressive era at the helm, Chile once again entrusted their head coach’s position to an Argentinian. Claudio Borghi, who took the reins in February 2011, has an in-depth knowledge of the Chilean game having enjoyed success as a player and coach in the country – particularly at Colo Colo. El Bichi’s squad selections differed little from those of his predecessor, though he sought a playing style based more on possession football than El Loco Bielsa’s full-throttle approach. The team’s stylish performance at the 2011 Copa America received many plaudits, although they went out surprisingly early to Venezuela in the quarter-finals. However, after a run of defeats Borghi was dismissed in November 2012. Argentinean coach Jorge Sampaoli was appointed as his replacement, and La Roja are among the favourites to find their way to Brazil 2014.

The key players
Forwards Alexis Sanchez and Humberto Suazo, as well as attacking midfielder Matias Fernandez, are the leading men in a squad packed with talent and boasting viable alternatives in each position. Nor must we forget experienced performers such as Claudio Bravo, Pablo Contreras and Jorge Valdivia, or exciting rising stars like Jean Beausejour and Carlos Carmona.

Montenegro vs Moldova live stream soccer video sopcast online on PC

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Date:22/03/13
Time:21:30
Venue:Chisinau

Status:LIVE

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Moldova Details:
Qualification history
After struggling in their first-ever qualifying campaign for the 1998 FIFA World Cup France™, when they suffered eight defeats in as many matches, Moldova, a member of football’s governing body since 1994, have gradually seen results and performances improve. Nevertheless, it was only during their campaign to reach Korea/Japan 2002 that the Moldovans first avoided finishing last in their group. Their attempts to reach South Africa 2010 ended in them once again picking up the wooden spoon, with just 3 points from ten encounters.

The current crop
Former Romania international Gavril Balint took up the reins of Moldova’s national side in January 2010. He undertook a complete overhaul of the squad, a decision that has since borne fruit. During the qualifying phase for UEFA EURO 2012, the former Soviet republic registered their first victory in a competitive match for almost three years, beating Finland 2-0 last September.

The key players
Balint has put together a young team, the majority of which are still in their mid-twenties, and usually does not think twice about giving fresh talent a chance to shine. He can also rely on more experienced heads such as captain and defender Alexandru Epureanu, midfielder Stanislav Ivanov and striker Igor Bugaiov.

Coach: Ion Caras
Best performance in a FIFA competition: None

Montenegro Details:
Qualification history
Montenegro are one of FIFA’s newest members, having joined in 2007 following their severing of ties with Serbia, and have therefore only taken part in one qualifying phase – for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ – so far in their short existence. While their maiden campaign did not exactly make headlines around Europe, the Montenegrins certainly did not look out of place. Although they only managed one victory, finishing fifth in a six-team group, signs of future solidity were to be found in the draws they secured, notably twice against Republic of Ireland, who went on to face France in the play-off round.

The current crop
Like the powerful Yugoslavia teams that came before them, Montenegro are a very fit, compact, hard-working side, and are highly disciplined at the back. Many of the team’s key players ply their trade in the Russian league. Currently involved in just their second-ever UEFA EURO qualifying campaign, the Balkan nation has surprised many onlookers by consistently vying with England for top spot in the group. Their remarkable progress is a result of the country’s football authorities investing in the development of the game, as well as of the team acquiring greater international experience.

The key players
Forward and captain Mirko Vucinic, who had the honour of scoring the first goal in Montenegro’s history – a penalty against Hungary – is one of the team’s most high-profile players.

Coach: Branko Brnovic
Best performance in a FIFA competition: None
Former stars: Predrag Mijatovic, Ljubomir Radanovic, Dejan Savicevic

Georgia vs France live stream soccer world cup qualifying match on pc

Watch Georgia vs France live stream soccer world cup qualifying match on pc.

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Date:22/03/13
Time:21:00
Venue:Saint-Denis
Status:LIVE


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France Details:

Qualification history
Having reached the last four final tournaments, France are currently enjoying their most consistent run of success in qualifying. Progress was not always so smooth, however, and before finding their rhythm Les Bleus missed out on Italy 1990, struggling to replace the gifted generation led by Michel Platini. Worse followed four years later when they experienced heartbreak on the road to USA 1994. Needing just a single point from their final two home outings, they lost to both Israel and Bulgaria, the latter defeat coming via a last-minute Emil Kostadinov strike. Automatic qualifiers as hosts in 1998 and as champions in 2002, France had to dig deep to reach Germany 2006, before requiring a controversial play-off victory against the Republic of Ireland to stamp their ticket to South Africa 2010.

FIFA World Cup finals history
France have always commanded respect on the global stage thanks to various legendary players and impressive performances dating back to 1930, but they made the leap to a whole new level in 1998. Whereas Platini, Alain Giresse, Jean Tigana and Co experienced agony at the semi-final stage in 1982 and 1986, the likes of Zinedine Zidane, Laurent Blanc and Didier Deschamps finally took Les Bleus all the way, lifting the Trophy on home soil. That was followed by a surprise group-stage exit four years later, but they came close to adding a second star to their shirts in 2006, only losing out on penalties to Italy in the Final. Without ‘Zizou’ in their ranks, France then made a forgettable tilt at South Africa 2010, disappointing their supporters both on and off the pitch.

The current crop
The French production line continues to turn out some of the most sought-after talents in the world game, but following in the footsteps of the 1998 world champions and 2006 runners-up has proved no easy task. Typically cited as among the favourites ahead of any major tournament, Les Bleus failed to win a single game at either UEFA EURO 2008 or the 2010 FIFA World Cup, a record the present generation will be anxious to draw a line under as they kick off their Brazil 2014 bid.

The key players
France boast solidity and strength in depth at the back, with a pair of top-drawer goalkeepers in Hugo Lloris and Steve Mandanda and a rearguard marshalled by experienced European campaigners Eric Abidal and Philippe Mexes. Further forward, Franck Ribery can produce moments of magic and Karim Benzema possesses a keen eye for goal.

Coach: Didier Deschamps
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup France 1998 (Winners), Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Los Angeles 1984 (Winners), FIFA Confederations Cup Korea/Japan 2001, France 2003 (Winners), FIFA U-17 World Cup Trinidad and Tobago 2001 (Winners), and FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Rio de Janeiro 2005 (Winners)

Georgia Details:

Qualification history
Since 1992, the year the country’s FA joined FIFA, Georgia have not managed to qualify for the finals of a FIFA-run tournament at any age level. The senior team’s last attempt to get to the FIFA World Cup™ in South Africa ended in disappointment, as three draws and seven defeats saw them finish bottom of their group.

The current crop
Georgia are in the middle of an intriguing UEFA EURO 2012 campaign, during which they have surprisingly held their own in a group that includes some traditionally strong sides. The Jvarosnebi’s (Crusaders) results have ranged from a 1-0 victory over Croatia to 1-1 and 0-0 draws with Greece and Israel respectively. The Georgians’ improved resilience at the back recently saw them listed as one of the top 60 teams on the planet in May 2011’s FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. With a mix of disciplined veterans like Levan Kobiashvili and rising stars such as Jano Ananidze, they have an increasingly energetic and industrious look about them.

The key players
Kobiashvili, Hertha Berlin’s 33-year-old midfield man, is one of the lynchpins of a team in which a new generation of talented players such as Spartak Moscow attacking midfielder Ananidze and Schaffhausen forward Georgi Ivanishvili – who has recently put in some outstanding displays for Georgia’s U-21 side – are primed to take up the baton.

Coach: Temuri Ketsbaia
Best performance in a FIFA competition: None
Former stars: Shota Arveladze

England vs San Marino live stream soccer online on PC

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Date:22/03/13
Time:21:00
venue:Serravalle
status:LIVE
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England Details:

Qualification history
Traditionally, England have made hard work of qualifying for the FIFA World Cup but that was not the case in their most recent attempt. A 4-1 victory over Croatia in Zagreb set the side on their way to comfortable qualification for South Africa, winning nine of their ten fixtures. They left it far later in qualifying for Korea/Japan 2002, needing a 5-1 triumph over Germany in Munich and a last-minute David Beckham free-kick against Greece to reach the finals. England have failed to qualify on three occasions – 1974, 1978 and 1994 – with the former being famous in England for the failure to overcome Poland at Wembley.

FIFA World Cup finals history
England have appeared at 13 editions of the FIFA World Cup, including seven of the last eight. They were below-par at South Africa in 2010, narrowly qualifying from their group with a victory in the final match against Slovenia, before being outclassed 4-1 by Joachim Low’s Germany at the Round of 16 stage. The Three Lions have been FIFA World Cup winners once, in 1966 when they were hosts, but have since suffered a succession of early exits. Sir Bobby Robson came closest to matching the achievements of Sir Alf Ramsey’s ‘Wingless Wonders’, guiding England to the semi-finals at Italy 1990 only to be knocked out on penalties by Germany.

The current crop
England have been focusing on youth. Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has been fast-tracked into the team, Manchester City’s Joe Hart has been promoted to No1 goalkeeper and Liverpool’s record signing Andy Carroll appears to be first-choice partner for Wayne Rooney. The likes of Ashley Cole and Rio Ferdinand offer experience to give the starting XI a nice blend.

The key players
Rooney remains England’s greatest talent and has learnt to control his temperament. A key figure for Manchester United, the forward has the ability to lead his country to success if he can produce on the biggest stage. In midfield, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard have yet to gel together effectively for the national team but provide energy and creativity for the forwards.

Coach: Roy Hodgson
Best performance in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup England 1966 (Winners)
Former stars: Sir Bobby Charlton, Peter Shilton, Gary Lineker

Venezuela vs Argentina live stream soccer video sopcast on pc

Argentina vs Venezuela live stream soccer video sopcast world cup qualifying online on PC.
Date:22/03/13
Time:21:00
Venue:Buenos Aires
Status:LIVE
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Argentina Details:
Qualification history
Argentina have reached the FIFA World Cup™ finals on 15 occasions, and few would bet against them making it 16 this time, especially with 2014 hosts Brazil absent from the qualifying competition. Present at the last ten world finals, La Albiceleste have had little problem in progressing to the big stage since the ten-team round-robin group system was introduced. Their only real hiccup came in the South Africa 2010 qualifying campaign, when they flirted with disaster before edging past Peru and Uruguay in their final two games.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Argentina have contested four FIFA World Cup Finals in all, the first of them at the inaugural tournament, Uruguay 1930, when they went down 4-2 to the host nation. Respective contributions from Mario Kempes and Diego Maradona inspired them to the biggest prize in football on home soil in 1978 and again at Mexico 1986, while their last showpiece appearance came at Italy 1990, when they were denied by an Andreas Brehme penalty. Since then they have been unable to progress beyond the quarter-finals.

The current crop
Argentina rang the changes after making their second consecutive last-eight exit to Germany at South Africa 2010, with Sergio Batista taking over from Maradona as coach. Significant friendly wins over Spain, Brazil and Portugal then followed, but after going out as hosts in the quarter-finals of the Copa America 2011, the coach lost his job with Alejandro Sabella named as his successor.

The key players
With the landmark achievement of claiming four consecutive FIFA Ballon d’Ors (2009-2012), Lionel Messi in the undisputed leader of the Argentina national team and a multiple-trophy winner with Barcelona. Breaking all kind of goal-records, La Pulga is now looking to achieve greatness with his country after failing, somewhat surprisingly, to find the back of the net at South Africa 2010. Supporting him will be an all-star cast featuring Carlos Tevez, Javier Mascherano and Angel Di Maria, all of them on top of their game with some of Europe’s leading clubs.

Coach: Alejandro Sabella
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA World Cup Argentina 1978, Mexico 1986 (Winners), FIFA U-20 World Cup Japan 1979, Qatar 1995, Malaysia 1997, Argentina 2001, Netherlands 2005, Canada 2007 (Winners), FIFA Confederations Cup Saudi Arabia 1992 (Winners), Men’s Olympic Football Tournament Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 (Winners)
Former stars: Daniel Passarella, Diego Maradona, Gabriel Batistuta

Venezuela Details:
Qualification history
As far as their South American rivals were once concerned, a game against Venezuela was a virtual guarantee of three easy points, La Vinotinto only scoring their first FIFA World Cup™ qualifier victory in the preliminaries for Spain 1982. That is no longer the case, however, and after finishing above Bolivia in the Germany 2006 competition, the Venezuelans then fared better than both the latter and Peru in the South Africa 2010 qualifying table. Their dream now is to push on and end their unwanted record of being the only South American team never to have reached the world finals.

The current crop
The clearest indication of the development of Venezuelan football, before the recent fourth-place finish at the 2011 Copa America, came with qualification for the FIFA U-20 World Cup Egypt 2009 and a subsequent place in the last 16 of the competition. The youthful Cesar Farias, coach of that promising side, has been in charge of the full Vinotinto team since the start of 2008, and has a strong mix of seasoned performers and young talents at his disposal. They proved to be well on the right track after surprising the watching world in the continental Copa America showpiece in Argentina in 2011.

The key players
The pick of the youngsters who excelled at Egypt 2009 are Yohandry Orozco and Salomon Rondon, both of whom are now playing in Europe. Sharing star billing with them are experienced hands Juan Arango, Giancarlo Maldonado and Jose Manuel Rey.

Coach: Cesar Farias
Best performance in a FIFA competition: FIFA U-20 World Cup Egypt 2009 (Round of 16)
Former stars: Pedro Febles, Rafael Dudamel, Ruberth Moran

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