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Australia - World Cup 2010

Australia - World Cup 2010

Australia 2 - 1 Serbia: Serbia left to rue late miss from Pantelic

MARKO Pantelic missed a glorious late chance to send Serbia into the second round. Pantelic fired over in injury time moments after hauling Serbia back into their final Group D game against Australia in Nelspruit.

Fighting talk from Australia before Serbia test

AUSTRALIA captain Lucas Neill will fight to the end to keep his country's World Cup dream alive.

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Australia will fight to the end, insists Neill

AUSTRALIA captain Lucas Neill has vowed to fight to the end to keep his country's World Cup dream alive.

Australia 2 - 1 Serbia: Australian win sees Ghana through at expense of Serbia

MARKO Pantelic missed a glorious late chance to send Serbia into the World Cup second round tonight.

Harry Kewell given one-match ban for handball offence

AUSTRALIA'S Harry Kewell will only serve a one-match ban for being shown a red card for a handball against Ghana.

Ghana 1 - 1 Australia: Battling Australia hold on to a point despite dubious red card

GHANA may top Group D while Australia have almost no chance of going beyond it, but it was the Antipodeans who emerged with the real credit from this encounter in the Royal Bafokeng Stadium yesterday.

Ghana 1 - 1 Australia: Black Stars fail to punish ten-man Socceroos

TEN-man Australia kept their slim hopes of qualifying for the next round of the World Cup alive after a dogged second-half display earned them a point against Ghana in Rustenburg.

Verbeek sure Australia can advance at Ghana's cost

PIM Verbeek insists he has had more difficult weeks with Australia during his two-and-a-half years in charge and is confident of a strong reaction from his players when they come up against Ghana in their vital World Cup encounter today.

Cahill sweats over length of ban

TIM Cahill will discover today whether he is to receive a one or two-match ban for his red card against Germany.

Burst Baw: Vote for the worst World Cup shirt

Every World Cup produces shirts which fall into the good, the bad and the damn right ugly categories. Browse our not-so magnificent seven below and then vote in our online poll.

Cahill says red card was a career low

AN tearful Tim Cahill has described his red card in Australia's 4-0 defeat to Germany as the saddest moment of his career.

Germany 4 - 0 Australia: German machine demolishes Australians

GERMANY got their World Cup campaign off to a scintillating start with a dominant display against ten-man Australia in Durban.

Socceroos will be ready claims Kewell

AUSTRALIA have declared themselves up for a tough challenge against former champions Germany on Sunday – despite key players having niggling injuries.

Brad Jones exits Australia camp to be with family

AUSTRALIA reserve goalkeeper Brad Jones has been granted leave from the World Cup camp because of a family illness.

Australia unhappy with state of training pitch

AUSTRALIA'S World Cup squad are unhappy about the quality of the training pitch they will move to ahead of their first Group D match and are considering using a new ground.

World Cup preview: Australia vs Serbia

Group D Kick off: 7.30pm (GMT) Date: 23 JUNE 2010 Mbombela Stadium, Nelspruit (ITV)

World Cup preview: Ghana v Australia

Group A Kick off: 3pm (GMT) Date: 19 JUNE 2010 Royal Bafokeng Sports Palace, Rustenburg (BBC)

World Cup preview: Germany v Australia

Group D Kick off: 7.30pm (GMT) Date: 13 JUNE 2010 Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban (ITV)

World Cup 2010 team guide and squad: Australia

After the success of 2006 under Guus Hiddink, Australia are expected to struggle in a tough group this time round, and Fulham's veteran keeper Mark Schwarzer will need to be at his best to keep the Socceroos' scorelines down. They also tend to over-rely on Everton's Tim Cahill at the other end.

Scott McDonald left out of Socceroos final squad

SCOTT McDonald is one of three players axed from Australia's World Cup squad.

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