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    Togo might be the best beat to be the only African side to make it past the first round.
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    Upset on the cards here

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag
    Upset on the cards here
    It wouldn't be a major upset if you look at both teams recent form. Togo have be a lot more impressive quailfying and during the African Nations Cup, then South Korea in the last six months.

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    Not much of an upset for mine, if it does happen. I don't think South Korea are all that good. They finished behind the Saudis in qualifying, and last world cup they had the benefit of Hiddink and some ridiculously friendly umpiring.

    Given the way they robbed Italy and Spain last time around, I won't be too sorry to see them lose here and miss out on the second round, either. At the very least, my 2-1 to Togo prediction is looking decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00
    It wouldn't be a major upset if you look at both teams recent form. Togo have be a lot more impressive quailfying and during the African Nations Cup, then South Korea in the last six months.
    Beat me to it. Though I think Togo lost all three games in the African Nations Cup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    Beat me to it. Though I think Togo lost all three games in the African Nations Cup.
    Yeah true, but they had a fairly hard group Cameron, Angola and Congo who are not too far behind the better African sides. But finishing ahead of Sengal is a lot more impressive then behind the Saudis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00
    It wouldn't be a major upset if you look at both teams recent form. Togo have be a lot more impressive quailfying and during the African Nations Cup, then South Korea in the last six months.
    Fair enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    Not much of an upset for mine, if it does happen. I don't think South Korea are all that good. They finished behind the Saudis in qualifying, and last world cup they had the benefit of Hiddink and some ridiculously friendly umpiring.

    not to forget the crowd support that they got...
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    Man that was some poor football from Togo, bad defending, poor keeping, he didn't even dive. Decent free kick though, i think Togo may have just shoot themselves in the foot.

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    Unless Togo pull an Australia this game is all SKorea's I'm afraid

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    Disappointing. South Korea might even get through, given the group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    Disappointing. South Korea might even get through, given the group.


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    surprised to hear that France will be starting without Treseguet..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby


    No.

    France & Switzerland will make mincemeat of them.
    Let's hope so.

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