Brazil heavily fancied to keep World Cup dream alive
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SOCCER 10 POOL OF THE DAY
Monday 5 December S
Five time World Cup winners Brazil are runaway favourites to beat South Korea in Monday’s last 16 clash and advance to the quarterfinals at the weekend. More details at www.soccer6.co.za.
M1 Japan v Croatia: Croatia beat Japan 1-0 at the 1998 World Cup and the two drew 0-0 at the 2006 World Cup.
M2 Caykur Rizespor v Pendikspor: The two sides share second place in the Turkish second division, with 25 points from 14 games, but 12 points behind the leaders.
M3 FC Versailles v Sedan: Both clubs have three wins, one draw and a defeat from their past five outings in the French third division
M4 Brazil v South Korea: Brazil lost with a second string team to Cameroon on Friday but hope to have Neymar back for this one. South Korea have conceded 10 goals in three past meetings against Brazil.
M5 Brighton & Hove Albion U21 v PSV Eindhoven U21: Brighton have four wins and a draw from their past five fixtures. PSV’s last trip to England was two months ago when they beat West Ham’s under-21 team 5-0.
M6 Hull City U21 v Charlton Athletic U21: Hull’s academy players lost 6-0 at home to Fulham in their last outing. Charlton have won their last two games, both with a 2-1 scoreline.
M7 Newcastle United U21 v Sheffield United U21: Newcastle’s under-21 side have lost their past four outings but their equivalents from Sheff Wed are on a three match winning streak.
M8 Pescara v Taranto: Pescara have lost their last two games but are still third in Italy’s Serie C while Taranto are down in the relegation zone.
M9 Ponferradina v Burgos: Ponferradina have lost only once at home to Burgos, who have made eight past visits.
M10 CD Mafra v Vizela: Mafra host a team from one division higher than them in this Portuguese League Cup clash.
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