England 2 Tunisia 0
GROUP G: STADE VELODROME, MARSEILLES. ATTENDANCE: 54,587
Goals: Shearer 42, Scholes 89
Yellow cards: 1 (Campbell)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 15
Coach: Glenn Hoddle
Yellow cards: 3 (Clayton, Younes, Ghodbane)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 23
Coach: Henryk Kaspercazk
3 min: Sellimi gets away from Adams to set up first chance of match, but Campbell deflects Souayah's shot.
12 min: Goalkeeper El-Ouaer warned for time-wasting.
18 min: Campbell run sees ball almost fall for Scholes.
29 min: Le Saux' cross finds Scholes in the clear, but downward header too close to goalkeeper.
33 min: Sheringham's dipping shot from outside area tipped over.
37 min: Sheringham's cross met by lively Scholes, whose half-hit shot is saved.
41 min: Penalty appeal turned down when Clayton brings down Scholes. Free kick just outside area produces first England goal, Le Saux delivering ball for Shearer's head.
45 min: In first half injury time, defender Badra gets through for free header straight at Seaman.
45 min: Tunisia bring on Beya for Souayah at start of second half.
47 min: First yellow card of match, for Clayton's foul on Anderton.
58 min: Sellimi beats offside but can't get in shot.
60 min: Adams has close-range shot blocked. 64 min: Ben Younes on for Ben Slimane and almost immediately felled by stray boot from Batty's overhead kick.
69 min: Yellow card for Ben Younes (late tackle on Ince).
78 min: Thabet on for Harem Trabelsi.
82 min: Thabet header just over bar.
84 min: Enthusiastic welcome as Owen takes to the field in place of Sheringham and thus becomes third-youngest player in World Cup finals history.
85 min: Ghodhbane gets yellow card (tackle from behind on Batty).
87 min: One blemish on Campbell's display as he is booked for wild scythe on Ben Younes. Beya through but puts shot high and wide. 89 min: Ince flicks ball for Scholes, who bends in right foot shot from outside area.
Romania 1 Colombia 0
GROUP G: STADE GERLAND, LYONS. ATTENDANCE: 37,572
Goal: Ilie 45
Yellow cards: 3 (Filipescu, Munteanu, Petrescu)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 21
Coach: Anghel Iordanescu
Yellow cards: 1 (Santa)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 24
Coach: Hernan Dario Gomez
7 min: An enthusiastic Asprilla involved three times in intricate Colombian move.
10 min: Coventry's Moldovan almost gets on the end of cross from Ilie.
15 min: Great double save by Mondragon from Ilie and Moldovan.
21 min: Ilie shot from distance held at second attempt.
23 min: Munteanu volleys just wide from Hagi's corner as Romania continue to make most of the running.
27 min: Filipescu fortunate not to be booked for very high tackle on Rincon.
28 min: Hagi gives his side a fright as he stays down with a knee injury after tackle by Santa.
33 min: Gheorge Popescu almost puts header into own net - Colombia's closest call of the half.
39 min: Moldovan heads narrowly wide of the post after run by irrepressible Ilie.
42 min: Petrescu lucky to avoid yellow card for pulling back Valderrama.
45 min: Ilie grabs the lead just before break, cutting in from left and chipping over Mondragon.
45 min: Introduction of Valencia gives Colombia more attacking presence.
46 min: Santa yellow card (foul on Petrescu).
51 min: Filipescu booked (trip on Asprilla).
60 min: Rincon sends fierce shot just wide. 69 min: Yellow card for Munteanu (tripping Cabrera).
71 min: Stanga just past post after coming on as Romanian sub.
76 min: Hagi replaced by Marinescu.
78 min: Petrescu booked for tackle from behind on Rincon.
84 min: Last chance of an equaliser disappears as Stelea saves acrobatically from Valencia's drive.
SUNDAY'S LATE MATCH
Jamaica 1 Croatia 3
Goal: Earle 45
Yellow cards: 1 (Burton)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 13
Coach: Rene Simoes
Goals: Stanic 27, Prosinecki 53, Suker 69
Yellow cards: 2 (Soldo, Simic)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 10
Coach: Miroslav Blazevic
4 min: Yellow card Soldo (rugged tackle).
13 min: Bilic tries 25-yard shot that bothers Barrett.
18 min: Jamaica expose some slowness in Croation defence as Whitmore plays inventive through pass.
21 min: Jamaica force two quick corners. From second Earle heads down. Stimac heads off line.
27 min: Stanic puts Croatia into lead, pushing ball in after Stimac's shot rebounds off bar after corner.
33 min: Thoughtful intrusion by Stanic into area allows Soldo to crack shot against bar.
36 min: Unusually, Suker uses right foot to hit dangerous first time shot. Barrett pushes it away.
42 min: Stanic given time for free header. Misses target and falls heavily.
45 min: Earle rises high and powerfully to head a classic goal from Gardner's centre despite defensive pressure.
53 min: Prosinecki puts ball across goal, either as shot or cross. It curls in off Lowe's hand which was just behind the line.
54 min: Burton has chance to make immediate reply but, crucially, misses with his header.
58 min: Yellow card Simic (foul on Gardner).
61 min: Yellow card Burton (arguing).
69 min: Suker's shot after creative Croatian move hits Gardner and beats wrong-footed Barrett for third.
74 min: Barrett bravely blocks Boban's close-in shot somewhere privately painful.
81 min: Goodison's tackle denies Suker another goal.
Scotland v Norway
1 Jim Leighton Aberdeen
2 Jackie McNamara Celtic
3 Tommy Boyd Celtic
4 Colin Calderwood Tottenham
5 Colin Hendry Blackburn Rovers
6 Tosh McKinlay Celtic
7 Kevin Gallacher Blackburn Rovers
8 Craig Burley Celtic
9 Gordon Durie Rangers
10 Darren Jackson Celtic
11 John Collins Monaco
12 Neil Sullivan Wimbledon
13 Simon Donnelly Celtic
14 Paul Lambert Celtic
15 Scott Gemmill Nottingham Forest
16 David Weir Hearts
17 Billy McKinlay Blackburn Rovers
18 Matt Elliott Leicester City
19 Derek Whyte Aberdeen
20 Scott Booth Borussia Dortmund
21 Jonathan Gould Celtic
22 Christian Dailly Derby County
Coach: Craig Brown
SCOTLAND: Craig Brown has a fully fit squad and may opt to start with Billy McKinlay in place of Darren Jackson.
NORWAY: Defender Vegard Heggen is injured. Henning Berg and Erik Myland will start despite revelations of nightclubbing on Saturday.
Last five meetings: 3 Jun 1992 (Oslo, friendly): Norway 0 Scotland 0. 15 Nov 1989 (Glasgow, WC qual): Scotland 1 Norway 1. 14 Sep 1988 (Oslo, WC qual): Norway 1 Scotland 2. 7 Jun 1979 (Oslo, EC qual): Norway 0 Scotland 4. 25 Oct 1978 (Glasgow, EC qual): Scotland 3 Norway 2.
1 Frode Grodas Tottenham Hotspur
2 Gunnar Halle Leeds Utd
3 Ronny Johnsen Manchester Utd
4 Henning Berg Manchester Utd
5 Stig Inge Bjornebye Liverpool
6 Stale Solbakken Aalborg
7 Erik Mykland Panathinaikos
8 Oyvind Leonhardsen Liverpool
9 Tore Andre Flo Chelsea
10 Kjetil Rekdal Hertha Berlin
11 Jahn Ivar Jakobsen Rosenborg
12 Thomas Myhre Everton
13 Espen Baardsen Tottenham
14 Vegard Heggem Rosenborg
15 Dan Eggen Celta Vigo
16 Jostein Flo Stomsgodset
17 Havard Flo Werder Bremen
18 Egil Ostenstad Southampton
19 Erik Hoftun Rosenborg
20 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Man Utd
21 Vidar Riseth Linz ASK
22 Roar Strand Rosenborg
Coach: Egil Olsen
Brazil v Morocco
1 Taffarel Atletico Mineiro
2 Cafu Roma
3 Aldair Roma
4 Junior Baiano Flamengo
5 Cesar Sampaio Yokohama Flugels
6 Roberto Carlos Real Madrid
7 Giovanni Barcelona
8 Dunga Jubilo Iwata
9 Ronaldo Internazionale
10 Rivaldo Barcelona
11 Emerson Ferreira Bayer Leverkusen
12 Carlos Germano Vasco da Gama
13 Ze Carlos Sao Paulo
14 Goncalves Botafogo
15 Andre Cruz Milan
16 Ze Roberto Flamengo
17 Doriva Porto
18 Leonardo Milan
19 Denilson Sao Paulo
20 Bebeto Botafogo
21 Edmundo Fiorentina
22 Dida Cruzeiro
Coach: Mario Zagallo
BRAZIL: Mario Zagallo will probably replace Giovanni (substituted against Scotland) with Leonardo (his replacement) but will field an otherwise unchanged side.
MOROCCO: Mustapha Hadji, scorer against Norway, will again take pain- killers to play with a broken toe. Noureddine Naybet will man-mark Ronaldo.
Previous meetings: Oct 1997 (friendly): Brazil 2 Morocco 0. 3 Aug 1984 (Pasadena, Olympic Games): Brazil 2 Morocco 0.
1 Abdelkader El-Brazi FAR Rabat
2 Abdelilah Saber Sporting Lisbon
3 Abdelkrim El-Hadrioui Benfica
4 Youssef Rossi Stade Rennes
5 Smahi Triki Lausanne
6 Noureddine Naybet La Coruna
7 Moustafa Hadji La Coruna
8 Said Chiba Compostela
9 Abdeljilil Hadda Club Africain
10 Abderrahim Ouakili 1860 Munich
11 Ali El-Khattabi Heerenveen
12 Driss Benzekri RS Settat
13 Rachid Nekrouz Bari
14 Salaheddine Bassir La Coruna
15 Lahcen Abrami Wydad Casablanca
16 Rachid Azzouzi Greuther Furth
17 Gharib Amzine Mulhouse
18 Youssef Chippo Porto
19 Jamal Sellami Raja Casablanca
20 Tahare El-Khalej Benfica
21 Rachid Rokki SCMM Mohammedia
22 Mustapha Chadili Raja Casablanca
Coach: Henri Michel
Marcelo Salas (Chile)
Luis Hernandez (Mexico)
Cesar Sampaio (Brazil)
John Collins (Scotland)
Dan Eggen (Norway)
Moustafa Hadji (Morocco)
Abdeljilil Hadda (Morocco)
Christian Vieri (Italy)
Roberto Baggio (Italy)
Pierre Njanka (Cameroon)
Toni Polster (Austria)
Marc Rieper (Denmark)
Christophe Dugarry (France)
Thierry Henry (France)
Fernando Hierro (Spain)
Mutiu Adepoju (Nigeria)
Garba Lawal (Nigeria)
Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria)
Ha Seok-ju (South Korea)
Ricardo Pelaez (Mexico)
Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina)
Sinisa Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia)
Mario Stanic (Croatia)
Robert Prosinecki (Croatia)
Davor Suker (Croatia)
Robbie Earle (Jamaica)
Alan Shearer (England)
Paul Scholes (England)
Adrian Ilie (Romania)
Tommy Boyd (Scotland)
Youssef Chippo (Morocco)
Pierre Issa (South Africa)
RED AND YELLOW CARDS
Ha Seok-ju (South Korea) v Mex
Patrick Kluivert (Netherlands) v Bel
Anatoli Nankov (Bulgaria) v Par
Cesar Sampaio (Brazil) v Sco *
Aldair (Brazil) v Sco *
Darren Jackson (Scotland) v Br *
Said Chiba (Morocco) v Nor *
* Teams playing today
Angelo Di Livio (Italy) v Chile
Fabio Cannavaro (Italy) v Chile
Nelson Parraguez (Chile) v It
Clarence Acuna (Chile) v It
Francisco Rojas (Chile) v It
Samuel Ipoua (Cameroon) v Aut
Anton Pfeffer (Austria) v Cam
Morten Wieghorst (Den) v S Arabia
Marc Rieper (Den) v S Arabia
Allan Nielsen (Den) v S Arabia
Khalid Al-Muwallid (S Arabia) v Den
Emmanuel Petit (France) v SA
Didier Deschamps (France) v SA
Zinedine Zidane (France) v SA
Willem Jackson (South Africa) v Fr
Miguel Benitez (Paraguay) v Bul
Anatoli Nankov (Bulgaria) v Par
Hristo Stoichkov (Bulgaria) v Par
Trifon Ivanov (Bulgaria) v Par
Guillermo Amor (Spain) v Nigeria
Miguel Angel Nadal (Spain) v Nigeria
Ivan Campo (Spain) v Nigeria
Uche Okechukwu (Nigeria) v Sp
Jaime Ordiales (Mex) v S Korea
Alberto Garcia Aspe (Mex) v S Korea
Lorenzo Staelens (Belgium) v Neth
Eric Deflandre (Belgium) v Neth
Zeljko Petrovic (Yugoslavia) v Iran
Dragan Stojkovic (Yuguslavia) v Iran
Sol Campbell (England) v Tun
Jose Clayton (Tunisia) v Eng
Imed Ben Younes (Tunisia) v Eng
Kais Godhbane (Tunisia) v Eng
Jose Santa (Colombia) v Rom
Iulian Filipescu (Romania) v Col
Dorinel Munteanu (Romania) v Col
Dan Petrescu (Romania) v Col
Masami Ihara (Japan) v Arg
Eisuke Nakanishi (Japan) v Arg
Takashi Hirano (Japan) v Arg
Zvonimir Soldo (Croatia) v Jam
Dario Simic (Croatia) v Jam
Deon Burton (Jamaica) v Croa
STATISTICS OF THE DAY
113 THE NUMBER of times, in three attempts, that Norway have failed to progress beyond the first round of a World Cup
117 THE NUMBER of times, in seven attempts, that Scotland have not progressed past the first round
112 THE NUMBER of full internationals that Brazil have won (out of 12) against African teams prior to today's game with Morocco
119 THE TOTAL number of players in the Norway and Scotland squads that play in the English Premiership
800 THE AMOUNT, in pounds, that a group of 10 Scots are paying between them to have an Indian meal flown from Bournemouth to Bordeaux today
AN ALLITERATIVE WORLD CUP XI Kasey Keller (United States)
Colin Calderwood (Scotland)
Noureddine Naybet (Morocco)
Cristian Castaneda (Chile)
Agustin Aranzabal (Spain)
Stale Solbakken (Norway)
Didier Deschamps (France)
Zinedine Zidane (France)
Stoicho Stoilov (Bulgaria)
Miklos Molnar (Denmark)
Mbo Mpenza (Belgium)
Bryan Baloyi (South Africa)
Gosho Ginchev (Bulgaria)
Jens Jeremies (Germany)
Mehdi Mahdavikia (Iran)
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