Switzerland - World Cup 2010
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ALEX FREI is taking nothing for granted ahead of Switzerland's crucial Group H match against Honduras tonight.
Portugal and Brazil go head-to-head with both expected to progress to the last 16, while Spain need to beat Chile to ensure they avoid joining Italy and France in the departure lounge.
SWITZERLAND'S resolute defence has won many World Cup plaudits though the focus must be on attack when the Swiss face Honduras in their last Group H game today as they bid for a place in the last 16.
SWITZERLAND's Valon Behrami accused Chile counterpart Arturo Vidal of destroying his World Cup after he was sent off in their 1-0 Group H defeat.
FORMER Liverpool striker Mark Gonzalez came off the bench to head Chile to within touching distance of the tournament's second phase.
SWITZERLAND coach Ottmar Hitzfeld has put the number of World Cup first-round shocks down to the fear of failure.
CHILE and Switzerland – two teams with opening 1-0 wins – meet today knowing that a win for either would be as good as a ticket to the last 16 at the World Cup.
SWITZERLAND hero Gelson Fernandes was as surprised as everyone else after netting the winning goal in his team's historic World Cup triumph over Spain.
EUROPEAN champions Spain were stunned by Switzerland in the first big upset at the World Cup with a narrow win in the teams' Group H opener in Durban.
SWITZERLAND stunned European champions Spain in the first big upset at the World Cup with a narrow win in the teams' Group H opener in Durban.
North Korea gave Brazil a scare yesterday as the tournament sprung into life. All eyes will be on Spain today who will be looking to get their World Cup off to a positive start.
SWITZERLAND coach Ottmar Hitzfeld is adamant Alexander Frei will play in the World Cup.
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