Chile 1 Austria 1
GROUP B: STADE GEOFFROY-GUICHARD, ST ETIENNE. ATTENDANCE:30,392
Goal: Salas 70
Yellow cards: 4 (Villarroel, Estay, Salas, Zamorano). Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 15
Coach: Nelson Acosta
Goal: Vastic 90
Yellow cards: 1 (Schottel)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 26
Coach: Herbert Prohaska
2 min: Polster shrewdly angles pass through defence. Chile retrieve situation.
6 min: Salas floats a cross to the centre. Zamorano climbs above defenders. Insufficient heading power.
11 min: Cool, accurate interception on Villarroel by Schottel.
15 min: Yellow card Villarroel (hard decision after solid tackle on Haas).
21 min: Deep cross from Rojas is well met by Zamorano. Well intentioned header goes solidly wide (representative of game at that stage).
24 min: Yellow card Schottel (clumsy tackle on Salas).
37 min: Austria's first strong shot, by Haas, crashes into Fuentes.
41 min: Haas forward again, neatly sidesteps defender. Colourful touch in monochrome game.
45 min: Austria bring in Herzog to give more experience to midfield.
47 min: Yellow card Estay.
51 min: Herzog sets up Austria's best move but Polster's cross falls between players. Schopp not ready for chance. Returns to defend and gets away with ball hitting arm.
52 min: Villarroel's positive, on target shot well deflected by Konsel.
57 min: Yellow card Salas (not retreating at free-kick).
58 min: Salas lucky to get away with kick on Mahlich.
61 min: Salas's low centre intercepted by Konsel at feet of Zamorano as Chile threaten.
69 min: Over-the-line controversy as Zamorano heads down Sierra's free- kick. Konsel blocks well but Salas follows up. Keeper blocks again. Drags ball a fraction over line.
74 min: Yellow card Zamorano (arguing over offside decision).
87 min: Fingertip save from Zamorano's first-time shot emphasises Chile's superiority.
90 min: Vastic (substitute) picks up ball on edge of area, shoots bender perfectly beyond Tapia for equaliser.
TUESDAY'S LATE MATCH
Brazil 3 Morocco 0
GROUP A: STADE DE LA BEAUJOIRE, NANTES. ATTENDANCE: 33,266
Goal: Ronaldo 9, Rivaldo 45, Bebeto 50
Yellow cards: 2 (C Sampaio, J Baiano)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 11
Coach: Mario Zagallo
Yellow cards: 2 (Hadda, Chiba)
Red cards: 0
Free-kicks (against): 27
Coach: Henri Michel
2 min: Leonardo denied early goal. Marginal offside.
6 min: Cafu charges down right edge to give first fright to Morocco.
9 min: Ronaldo beats offside trap. Strikes his first goal. Ball comes from behind. No problem for the young maestro.
17 min: Ronaldo painfully kicked on thigh by Chiba (inexplicably, no card).
24 min: Brazilian defence unhappy against Moroccan corner.
25 min: Ronaldo quickly behind defence. Difficult shooting chance.
27 min: Cafu 50-yard run down right side.
28 min: First shot by Roberto Carlos, wide.
31 min: Yellow card Hadda (foul on Cafu).
35 min: Yellow card Cesar Sampaio (brought down Hadji). Cesar Sampaio misses next game.
45 min: Cafu down wing again, turns ball inside. Rivaldo easily puts in second.
47 min: Quiet Bebeto finally gets forward to head into hands of Benzerki.
50 min: Astonishing sleight of foot gets Ronaldo through in to the penalty area. Pass to Bebeto, who comfortably slides in Brazil's third.
55 min: Ronaldo puts Bebeto through again - as Morocco stand and stare - but Bebeto is unable to capitalise and Morocco escape.
64 min: Yellow card Chiba (foul not as ruthless as one on Ronaldo).
66 min: Rivaldo crosses to Ronaldo who proves human by missing shot.
80 min: Brazil ease down to third gear.
84 min: Taffarel punches clear - even that becomes knock-out pass.
85 min: Amzine fails to disturb Mexican wave with shot into crowd.
86 min: Yellow card Junior Baiano (foul on Hadda).
South Africa v Denmark
1 Hans Vonk Heerenveen
2 Themba Mnguni Mamelodi Sundowns
3 David Nyathi St Gallen
4 Willem Jackson Orlando Pirates
5 Mark Fish Bolton Wanderers
6 Philemon Masinga Bari
7 Quinton Fortune Atletico Madrid
8 Alfred Phiri Vanspor
9 Shaun Bartlett Cape Town Spurs
10 John Moshoeu Fenerbahce
11 Helman Mkhalele Kayserispor
12 Brendan Augustine Linzer ASK
13 Delron Buckley VfL Bochum
14 Jerry Sikhosana Orlando Pirates
15 Doctor Khumalo Kaizer Chiefs
16 Bryan Baloyi Kaizer Chiefs
17 Benedict McCarthy Ajax
18 Lebogang Morula Vanspor
19 Lucas Radebe Leeds Utd
20 Naughty Mokoena Manning Rangers
21 Pierre Issa Marseilles
22 Paul Evans SuperSport Utd
Coach: Philippe Troussier
1 Peter Schmeichel Manchester Utd
2 Michael Schjonberg Kaiserslautern
3 Marc Rieper Celtic
4 Jes Hogh Fenerbahce
5 Jan Heintze Bayer Leverkusen
6 Thomas Helveg Udinese
7 Allan Nielsen Tottenham Hotspur
8 Per Frandsen Bolton Wanderers
9 Miklos Molnar Real Betis
10 Michael Laudrup Ajax
11 Brian Laudrup Rangers
12 Soren Colding Brondby
13 Jacob Laursen Derby County
14 Morten Wieghorst Celtic
15 Stig Tofting MSV Duisburg
16 Mogens Krogh Brondby
17 Bjarne Goldbaek FC Copenhagen
18 Peter Moller PSV Eindhoven
19 Ebbe Sand Brondby
20 Rene Henriksen AB Bagsvaerd
21 Martin Jorgensen Udinese
22 Peter Kjaer Silkeborg
Coach: Bo Johansson
SOUTH AFRICA: Striker Benedict McCarthy has pronounced himself fit after recovering from an ankle injury but there are still concerns over whether fellow forward Phil Masinga will start.
DENMARK: No new injury problems and a full squad to select from. An unchanged line-up possible.
No previous meetings.
France v Saudi Arabia
1 Bernard Lama West Ham
2 Vincent Candela Roma
3 Bixente Lizarazu Bayern Munich
4 Patrick Vieira Arsenal
5 Laurent Blanc Marseilles
6 Youri Djorkaeff Internazionale
7 Didier Deschamps Juventus
8 Marcel Desailly Milan
9 Stephane Guivarc'h Auxerre
10 Zinedine Zidane Juventus
11 Robert Pires Metz
12 Thierry Henry Monaco
13 Bernard Diomede Auxerre
14 Alain Boghossian Sampdoria
15 Lilian Thuram Parma
16 Fabien Barthez Monaco
17 Emmanuel Petit Arsenal
18 Franck Leboeuf Chelsea
19 Christian Karembeu Real Madrid
20 David Trezeguet Monaco
21 Christophe Dugarry Marseilles
22 Lionel Charbonnier Auxerre
Coach: Aime Jacquet
1 Mohammed Al-Daye Al-Tae
2 Mohammed Al-Jahni Al-Ahli
3 Mohammed Al-Khlaiwi Al-Ittihad
4 Abdullah Zebramawi Al-Ahli
5 Ahmed Madani Al-Ittihad
6 Fuad Amin Al-Shabab
7 Ibrahim Al-Shahrani Al-Ahli
8 Obeid Al-Dossari Al-Wehda
9 Sami Al-Jaber Al-Hilal
10 Sayeed Al-Owairan Al-Shabab
11 Fahad Al-Mehallel Al-Shabab
12 Ibrahim Al-Harbi Al-Nassr
13 Hussain Solaimani Al-Ahli
14 Khalid Al-Muwalid Al-Ahli
15 Youssef Al-Thyniyan Al-Hilal
16 Khamis Al-Owairan Al-Hilal
17 Ahmed Al-Dossari Al-Hilal
18 Nawaf Al-Temiyat Al-Hilal
19 Abdul Aziz Al-Ganoubi Al-Nassr
20 Hamzah Saleh Al-Ahli
21 Hussein Al-Sadiq Al-Qadisiyah
22 Tisir Al-Antaif Al-Ettifaq
Coach: Carlos Alberto Parreira
FRANCE: First-choice striker Stephane Guivarc'h is still carrying the injury that led to his substitution against South Africa. His replacement, Christophe Dugarry, is likely to start in his place.
SAUDI ARABIA: No injury problems and likely to field an unchanged starting line-up.
No previous meetings.
Marcelo Salas (Chile)
Luis Hernandez (Mexico)
Cesar Sampaio (Brazil)
John Collins (Scotland)
Craig Burley (Scotland)
Dan Eggen (Norway)
Havard Flo (Norway)
Moustafa Hadji (Morocco)
Abdeljilil Hadda (Morocco)
Christian Vieri (Italy)
Roberto Baggio (Italy)
Pierre Njanka (Cameroon)
Toni Polster (Austria)
Ivica Vastic (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)
Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany)
Andreas Moller (Germany)
Sinisa Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia)
Alan Shearer (England)
Paul Scholes (England)
Adrian Ilie (Romania)
Mario Stanic (Croatia)
Robert Prosinecki (Croatia)
Davor Suker (Croatia)
Robbie Earle (Jamaica)
Gabriel Batistuta (Argentina)
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 (2) (Brazil) v Sco; v Mor. Misses next match.
Aldair (Brazil) v Sco
Junior Baiano (Brazil) v Mor
Darren Jackson (2) (Scotland) v Bra; v Mor. Misses next match.
Gordon Durie (Scotland) v Mor
Said Chiba (Morocco) v Nor
Abdeljilil Hadda (Morocco) v Bra
Said Chiba (Morocco) v Bra
Kjetil Rekdal (Norway) v Sco
Henning Berg (Norway) v Sco
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
Moises Villarroel (Chile) v Aut
Fabian Estay (Chile) v Aut
Marcelo Salas (Chile) v Aut
Ivan Zamorano (Chile) v Aut
Samuel Ipoua (Cameroon) v Aut
Anton Pfeffer (Austria) v Cam
Peter Schottel (Austria) v Chile
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
Jens Jeremies (Germany) v USA
Dietmar Hamann (Germany) v USA
Joerg Heinrich (Germany) v USA
Frankie Hejduk (USA) v Ger
Eddie Pope (USA) v Ger
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
`100 CLUB' WORLD CUP XI
(100 CAPS OR MORE) Peter Schmeichel (Denmark)
Claudio Suarez (Mexico)
Jurgen Kohler (Germany)
Marcelo Balboa (USA)
Lothar Matthaus (Germany)
Michael Laudrup (Denmark)
Cobi Jones (USA)
Carlos Valderrama (Colombia)
Gheorghe Hagi (Romania)
Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany)
Eric Wynalda (USA)
ALMOST CENTURION SUBS (90-100)
Khalid Al-Muwalid (Saudi Arabia)
Ahmad Madani (Saudi Arabia)
Paolo Maldini (Italy)
Anton Polster (Austria)
Highest scoring match
Spain 2 Nigeria 3
Lowest scoring matches
Paraguay 0 Bulgaria 0
Netherlands 0 Belgium 0
4 min - Cesar Sampaio, Brazil (v Sco)
90 min - Anton Polster, Austria (v Cam)
90 min - Thierry Henry, France (v S Africa)
90 min - Ivica Vastic, Austria (v Chile)
Most cards in a match
5 - Paraguay v Bulgaria (1 red, 4 yellow)
5 - Chile v Italy (5 yellow)
5 - Germany v USA (5 yellow)
5 - Chile v Austria (5 yellow)
Fewest cards in a match
1 - Morocco v Norway (1 yellow)
80,000 - Brazil v Scotland (St Denis)
27,650 - Paraguay v Bulgaria (Montpellier)
STATISTICS OF THE DAY
15 THE NUMBER of defeats suffered by Morocco in their last six games in World Cup finals. The odd one out was last week's draw with Norway
19 THE NUMBER of years that the 19-year-old Yugoslavian striker, Dejan Stankovic, will be tied to the Italian side, Lazio, by his new contract. He will reportedly be paid more than pounds 1m per season
12 THE NUMBER of clean sheets that Brazil have kept in their last 17 matches in World Cup finals
22 THE NUMBER of games that Scotland have played so far in eight World Cup finals. They have won just four matches, including one in the last 10Reuse content