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Mid-term review (PSV.nl)

7 okt 2005 - Source: PSV.nl

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Several PSV players are away on international duty to play some crucial World Cup 2006 qualifying games. Below you will find a survey of the fixtures that are scheduled. Red DevilsArouna Koné and the Ivory Coast squad cannot determine their own fate, but depend on the performance of their rivals Cameroon. The Côte d’Ivoire are runners up in the African zone group 3, trailing one point to leaders Cameroon. The Ivory Coast travel to Sudan and Cameroon take on Egypt. If Cameroon pull off a win, they have made sure of qualification for the World Cup 2006. Only one country in this group will qualify.Belgium face an uphill battle. The team, which is led by captain Timmy Simons, are currently fourth in their Europe zone group 7. Belgium desperately need a win against Spain on Saturday night. Any other result means that the Red Devils have failed to qualify. Spain are currently second and Serbia and Montenegro are on top and Bosnia-Herzegovina are also above the Belgians in the table.Vennegoor of HesselinkPeru, who will include forward Jefferson Farfán in their starting line-up, face a mission impossible. The Peruvians are ninth in the South American group in which as many as ten counties participate. Only when Peru win and all of their competitors suffer defeats, will they have a mathematical chance of qualifyingBrazil, who have named Gomes as one of their goalkeepers, have already ensured qualification. The ‘Godly Canaries’ will meet Bolivia and Peru face Argentina. The Unites of America have also made sure of qualification, and yet DaMarcus Beasley, who has sustained a hamstring injury, has joined his team mates. And last but not least there is the Netherlands, who have called up Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink. It is generally known that ‘Oranje’ need just one point from their two final games to secure a spot in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The Netherlands will be on the road to Prague, where they will meet the Czech Republic, who are second in the group 1.