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Germany and Argentina given edge
by SA Editorial, June 26th, 2010 4:23PM
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TAGS:  argentina, england, germany, mexico


[PREDICTIONS] Mexico will be out for revenge for its overtime loss to Argentina four years ago when they meet in Johannesburg's Ellis Park on Sunday. England and Germany will renew one of the most storied rivalries when they meet in Bloemfontein. For a look at Sunday's games and Soccer America's predictions ...

June 27 in Bloemfontein

Kickoff: 10 a.m. ET. Television: ESPN/Univision.
Referee: Jorge Larrionda (Uruguay).
Previous World Cup Meetings: 1990 -- Tie 1-1; 1982 -- Tie 0-0; 1970 -- West Germany 3-2; 1966 -- England 4-2.
Yellow Cards: England -- Johnson, Milner, Gerrard; Germany -- Ozil, Cacau, Khedira, Lahm, Klose, Schweinsteiger, Mueller.

Paul Kennedy: England 1-0
Ridge Mahoney: Germany 2-0
Mike Woitalla: Germany 1-0

June 27 in Johannesburg

Kickoff: 2:30 p.m. ET. Television: ABC/Univision.
Referee: Roberto Rosetti (Italy)
Previous World Cup Meetings: 2006 -- Argentina 1-0; 1930 -- Argentina 6-3.
Suspensions: none.
Yellow Cards: Argentina -- Bolatti, Mascherano, Heinze; Mexico -- Torrado, Franco, Juarez, Moreno, Rodriguez Hernandez, Castro.

Paul Kennedy: Mexico 2-1
Ridge Mahoney: Argentina 2-1
Mike Woitalla: Argentina 3-2

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