World Cup organisers set to discuss Brazil fears

World Cup organisers will meet representatives from Fifa and the Brazilian Government to address growing fears over security, accommodation and travel prices ahead of next summer's tournament.

There are growing concerns over the heavily inflated accommodation and travel costs for supporters ahead of the draw on Friday.

Two workers were killed when a crane collapsed on to the stadium. Credit: Reuters

Safety concerns have also been expressed after two people were killed last week after a crane collapsed on to a stadium that was due to host the opening match of next year's tournament.

The meeting will be hosted by the Brazilian sports minister Aldo Rebelo who is attempting to silence critics as the country prepares for an important few years with the 2016 Olympic Games also on the horizon.

Read: The England fan's guide to Brazil 2014

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