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    Group H: Spain, Ukraine, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia

    If you haven't got the hang of this by now, you're struggling.

    Teams are Spain, Ukraine, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

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    Pretty simple, Spain and Ukraine for me...

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    Spain and Tunisia.
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    Raul to fill his boots against either Tunisia and/or Saudi Arabia - hardly surprising.
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    Ukraine to top the group and march into the quarters providing Shevchenko is fit.

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    Spain and Ukraine here with Shevchenko and Raul being top scorers.
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    Spain and Ukraine, others have virtually no chance.

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    Ukraine and Spain, a few jittery moments for the iberians
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    At first glance it looks like another cakewalk for the big two.However, Tunisia should be well organised with Lemerre in charge (he did win Euro 2000, but of course we all know what happened to his charges in 2002) & their Brazilian (or Brazilian-born, if we must...) striker Dos Santos is always a chance to nick a goal. They will be hard to beat, but The Ukraine have the world's premier goalscorer & Spain have a talented squad, Raul's somewhat baffling continuing presence notwithstanding. If Tunisia nick a draw with Spain you never know, but can't quite see it.

    Saudi Arabia are, of course, poo.

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    Im very tempted to say Ukraine and Tunisia
    but il chicken out and say Ukriaine and Spain

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    Spain and Tunisia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy
    Spain and Tunisia.
    Agreed.

    Tunisia have assembled a formidable team IMO and are extremely well organised. Without alot of Shevchenko magic Ukraine will struggle to break them down and so will Spain IMO.
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    1. Spain
    2. Ukraine
    3. Tunisia
    4. Saudi Arabia

    If Spain can get their act together, start gelling together, I think they'll go far. Still, they have enough talent alone to go through. Ukraine will need Shevchenko to fire (of course), think they've got enough to get through. Tunisia could surprise, but Saudi Arabia are crap.
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    Spain and Ukraine.

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