FIFA World Cup Day 3 Preview

Ghana's Serbian Coach Milovan Rajevic will be happy to take 3 points from his countrymen.

The marquis game of the day undoubtedly sees the Black Stars of Ghana play Serbia. IF there is a winner, they will be favoured to qualify behind Germany in the group. Serbia led by Nemanja Vidic will be favoured in this game, but if Ghana can overcome the permanent absence of Michael Essien  and the likely temporary absence of Sulley Muntari. they will give the tough Serbian team trouble. A point of interest in this game is that Ghana coach, Milovan Rajevic was born in Serbia. Even without Essien expect the Black Stars to try to take the game to the Serbians. In the end, the Serbian defense and counterattack should prevail.

Germany vs Australia

Germany will of course be favoured but Australia’s “Socceroos” cannot be underestimated particularly given the absence of Michael Ballack from the German team.. Look for a close game with Germany winning narrowly.

Slovenia vs. Algeria

Robert Green’s howler allowing the US to escape with a 1-1 draw vs. England has changed the complexion of this game. If there is a winner, that team is within one result against England or the US of a possible spot in the round of 16. Look for Algeria to play the more attractive game. But don’t be surprised if Slovenia come out on top.

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