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    Group B

    Germany will look to improve on their WC2006 showing, but will find opposition in the form of Croatia, Austria and Poland, who will make the task a formidable one.






    Sunday 8 June 2008
    3 Grp B Austria v Croatia Vienna - Ernst Happel
    4 Grp B Germany v Poland Klagenfurt - Wörthersee

    Thursday 12 June 2008
    11 Grp B Croatia v Germany Klagenfurt - Wörthersee
    12 Grp B Austria v Poland Vienna - Ernst Happel

    Monday 16 June 2008
    19 Grp B Poland v Croatia Klagenfurt - Wörthersee
    20 Grp B Austria v Germany Vienna - Ernst Happel









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    squads

    Austria Squad
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    GK:
    1 Alexander Manninger (AC Siena), 21 Jürgen Macho (AEK Athen), 23 Ramazan Özcan (1899 Hoffenheim)

    DEF:
    3 Martin Stranzl (Spartak Moskow), 4 Emanuel Pogatetz (Middlesbrough), 13 Markus Katzer (Rapid Wien), 14 György Garics (SSC Napoli), 15 Sebastian Prödl (Sturm Graz), 12 Ronald Gercaliu (Austria Wien), 17 Martin Hiden (Austria Kärnten), 16 Jürgen Patocka (Rapid Wien), 2 Joachim Standfest (Austria Wien)

    MF: 5 Christian Fuchs (SV Mattersburg), 6 Rene Aufhauser (RB Salzburg), 8 Christoph Leitgeb (RB Salzburg), 7 Ivica Vastic (LASK Linz), 10 Andreas Ivanschitz (Panathinaikos), 19 Jürgen Säumel (Sturm Graz), 11 Ümit Korkmaz (Rapid Wien)

    FW: 20 Martin Harnik (Werder Bremen), 9 Roland Linz (Braga), 18 Roman Kienast (Ham-Kam Hamar), 22 Erwin Hoffer (Rapid Wien)


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    Germany Squad

    Lehmann, Enke, Adler

    Defenders:Metzelder, Mertesacker, Lahm, A. Friedrich, Jansen, Fritz, Westermann

    Midfielders:Ballack, Hitzlsperger, Rolfes, Frings, Schweinsteiger, Trochowski, Borowski, Jones, Odonkor, Marin

    Forwards:Klose, Podolski, Gomez, Kuranyi, Neuville, Helmes

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    Croatia Squad

    Goalkeepers: Stipe Pletikosa (FC Spartak Moskva), Vedran Runje (RC Lens), Mario Galinović (Panathinaikos FC).

    Defenders: Dario Šimić (AC Milan), Robert Kovač (BV Borussia Dortmund), Josip Šimunić (Hertha BSC Berlin), Vedran Ćorluka (Manchester City FC), Dario Knežević (AS Livorno Calcio), Hrvoje Vejić (FC Tom Tomsk).

    Midfielders: Niko Kovač (FC Salzburg), Jerko Leko (AS Monaco FC), Darijo Srna (FC Shakhtar Donetsk), Niko Kranjčar (Portsmouth FC), Luka Modrić (Tottenham Hotspur FC), Danijel Pranjić (SC Heerenveen), Ivan Rakitić (FC Schalke 04), Ognjen Vukojević (NK Dinamo Zagreb), Nikola Pokrivač (AS Monaco FC).

    Forwards: Mladen Petrić (BV Borussia Dortmund), Ivica Olić (Hamburger SV), Ivan Klasnić (Werder Bremen), Igor Budan (Parma FC), Nikola Kalinić (HNK Hajduk Split).

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    Poland Squad

    Goalkeepers: Artur Boruc (Celtic Glasgow), Tomasz Kuszczak (Manchester Utd), Łukasz Fabiański (Arsenal London)

    Defenders: Jacek Bąk (Austria Wien), Grzegorz Bronowicki (Crvena Zvezda), Pawel Golański (Steaua Bucaresti), Mariusz Jop (FK Moscow), Adam Kokoszka (Wisla Krakow), Marcin Wasilewski (Anderlecht), Jakub Wawrzyniak (Legia Warsaw), Michal Żewłakow (Olympiakos)

    Midfielders: Jakub Błaszczykowski (Borussia Dortmund), Dariusz Dudka (Wisla Krakow), Łukasz Garguła (GKS Bełchatów), Jacek Krzynówek (VfL Wolfsburg), Mariusz Lewandowski (Shakhtar Donieck), Wojciech Łobodziński (Wisla Krakow), Radosław Majewski (Groclin), Rafał Murawski (Lech Poznań), Michał Pazdan (Górnik Zabrze), Roger Guerreiro (Legia Warsaw), Euzebiusz Smolarek (Racing Santander)

    Strikers: Radosław Matusiak (Wisła Kraków), Marek Saganowski (Southampton FC), Tomasz Zahorski (Górnik Zabrze), Maciej Żurawski (Larissa)

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    Germany and Croatia for me

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    I hope Poland go thru'. Although Germany and Croatia are really good.

    Being slightly biased I'd say:

    Poland and Germany
    Forza Inter

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Emperor View Post
    I hope Poland go thru'.
    Wow

    Anyways expect me a lot in this thread in coming days/week(s).

    This is a group of the most derbies of all. Germany/Poland/Austria.

    If you want to pick one game from the group, watch German vs Poland. This is like a national war when it goes to those two.

    Expect full stadium of polish and germans, and the 90 minute supporting through singing and al of this.
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    Germany and Croatia

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    Hopefully Austria and Poland but I fear Germany will go through. But austria for sure .

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf19 View Post
    Germany and Poland
    Yeah I agree, but we shouldn't underestimate Croatia.
    Forza Inter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zladrianespo View Post
    Hopefully Austria and Poland but I fear Germany will go through. But austria for sure .
    You fear Germany will go through?? I can bet my left nut, Germany will go through.
    Come to think, of it, I can also bet my right nut, that Austria wont go through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shahz_nerazzurri View Post
    You fear Germany will go through?? I can bet my left nut, Germany will go through.
    Come to think, of it, I can also bet my right nut, that Austria wont go through.
    LOL...
    Big bet on the line!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahz_nerazzurri View Post
    You fear Germany will go through?? I can bet my left nut, Germany will go through.
    Come to think, of it, I can also bet my right nut, that Austria wont go through.
    I am also shure that they will go through, but I am from Austria and I am patriotic, so don`t take me too serious when i talk about Austria. But still Austria will be the big positive surprise (hopefully).

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    Yeah Germany is a pretty safe bet to go through I think for second it will be tight between Poland and Croatia. I think Poland will be wanting to get some pride back after their dysmal world cup.

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    Germay and Croatia. The better teams will depend on it.

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    Anybody watching tommorows derby between Poland and Germany ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luka View Post
    Anybody watching tommorows derby between Poland and Germany ?
    Nah. Only 20mln+ polish citizens ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luka View Post
    Anybody watching tommorows derby between Poland and Germany ?
    Yeah I am. I'm hoping Poland will do better than they did at the WC.
    Forza Inter

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    Quote Originally Posted by szogo View Post
    Nah. Only 20mln+ polish citizens ?

    P.S.Rete
    Not only Rete.

    Fernando Torres Rete!!!

    And, Non parle italiano
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    A pre-match post. Germany is one of favourites to win it. But look like they are being afraid by Polish team, while Polacs are being forced with that.
    Germay is too strong with that. If they play with Klose and Gomez, they will win it with no hard work. I think Germany with them good game will win it with a good result. With a great result I mean. Like 3-0. or 4-0. They have a great midflielding with Ballack and Schweinsteiger plus Frings.
    Before I believed too much in''Players to watch'' articles, but now not. Allways the 'Players to watch' do bad. Like today in game btw Swiss and Czech there was Degen who was not even used to play. lol
    Germany will have a good defence too. With Ms. Mertessaker and Metzelder. Who for me are World Class, and especially the second I wrote.
    Jansen? Look like he will play as a LB? Could one of you just remember this player?
    Lahm. I hope he will do great as allways. And don't forget. Do you think Lehman will play? Well I don't think so. Rensing maybe.

    And about Polish team. Fucka. I thought they have bad players, but not. They are strong. And especially Boruc. Who is one of the bests Gks in the world. And he can prove himself today just like Cech did yesterday.

    Go Germany. Even I'm not fan of you I want Klose and Ballack win. 2-0 Germany.

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    This it the World War 2 group right here. O-M-G. Let's hope no riots will come out of this group. lol.

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    Rooting for Germany all the way...

    Podolski and Klose are have Polish blood so it will be interesting.Poland will not be easy for the Germans but i hope they win 2-0.
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