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If you thought the season was over, think again, as this weekend is full of top international action as the 2010 World Cup qualifiers roll back into action.
England travel to the land of the Borats in their latest round of qualification, the Three Lions looking to make it six wins out of six and inch that bit close to South Africa. No-one expects Kazakhstan to offer much resistance and England should be comfortable enough to run out convincing winners. Predicting England to emerge as visitors (1/6) as well as Wayne Rooney getting on the scoresheet (4/6), we aim to turn Â£10 into a Â£19.44 return.
Eastern European outfits Croatia and Serbia face slightly tricky home matches on Saturday, with the visits of the Ukraine and Austria respectively. The match in Zagreb will go along way to deciding which team will likely come in as runners-up to England in Group six, while the impressive Serbs are hoping to continue their lead atop of Group seven, currently two points ahead of second-placed France.
Over in the African World Cup qualifiers, one of the biggest matches of the weekend sees Egypt travel to Algeria, as local rivalries and tensions between the North African neighbours intensifies. A passionate and high-octane match is predicted, and we wouldn’t be surprised if there was a large splattering of both yellow and red cards. But with that said, the knowledge that the Pharaohs have failed to win in Algeria in their 11 previous attempts, means that an Egyptian away win is unlikely.
Finally, we feel almost compelled to have a flutter on the match that every CIA operative will be tuning into this weekend, the battle of the Axis of Evil as Iran travel to North Korea.
The match is fascinating on so many levels that have nothing to do with football, but when it is contextualised in terms of World Cup qualification it quickly becomes apparent that the match is a must-win occasion for the Koreans. Having sailed through the first round of qualifiers without conceding a goal, the Koreans have since lost twice already in the second group phase and know that a win against Iran is vital if they want to reach only their second ever finals.