Jurgen Klinsmann has signed a new four-year contract extension to coach the United States national team
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Ghana's squad warmed up for their World Cup qualifying second leg tie against Egypt with a little song a dance, and who can blame them?
Kevin Prince Boateng, Michael Essien and co. carry a 6-1 lead into the second leg which kicks off at 4pm today.
Sweden know their World Cup hopes rest on getting the ball to Zlatan Ibrahimovic as they prepare for the second leg of their qualifying play-off against Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal.
– Sweden midfielder Seb Larsson
We cannot go out all guns blazing but we must have a more attacking game with more ball higher up the pitch, then we will get Zlatan more in the game.'
Portugal have a small advantage, and we are expecting a very difficult game, but we are ready.
We will have to be fully focused. More than anything else, these players want to be in Brazil, so we will give our best to get there.
Joachim Low will hand a host of fringe players an "acid test" against England after rejecting claims his much-changed Germany line-up is a mark of disrespect.
– Germany manager Joachim Low
It's certainly an extraordinary match: Wembley is a mythical place, so we're raring to go.
What better test for these upcoming players than to go out in front of that partisan 80,000 crowd cheering their own team on.
I need to experiment a bit and send a few players home who are already established.
It is a deliberate acid test, not a "B team", and this is certainly no lack of respect to our hosts.
In 2008 in Berlin, England played a team without Rooney, Lampard and Gerrard and beat us 2-1.
Didier Drogba's acrobatic, goal-line clearance (above) helped Ivory Coast hold a dominant Senegal team and qualify for next year's World Cup on Saturday.
The 1-1 draw ended Senegal's hopes of reaching the finals in Brazil.