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Man-for-man ratings from Johannesburg Ellis Park

Spain back on track with win over Honduras

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Reina says Spain cannot live in the past

Spain goalkeeper Jose Reina last night warned his team of European champions could not afford to "live off the past" as they prepare for a make-or-break World Cup match against Honduras.

Torres set to start as Spain seek salvation

Preview: Spain v Honduras, Today, 7.30pm, ITV1

Chile will fight to avoid Swiss trap

Preview: Chile v Switzerland, Today, 3pm, Port Elizabeth, BBC1

James Moore: Losing Streak (19/06/2010)

Today's bets: Slovakia to beat Paraguay at 3-1. Spain to beat Honduras 4-0 at 9-1 (Blue Square)

Hot on the heels of the (partial) return of goals, we've had the revival of another World Cup tradition – genuinely shocking results. Switzerland beating Spain was a real humdinger but Serbia's defeat of Germany yesterday wasn't far off.

Honduras confident of Spain upset

Defender Maynor Figueroa is convinced Honduras can inflict more World Cup misery on Spain.

Beausejour makes it a beautiful day for Chile

Honduras 0 Chile 1

Highlight Reel: Kim Jong-il's barmy army

Before we get too excited about an explosion of liberty among North Korean fans, a word of warning. There are 300 of them. They were hand-picked by Kim Jong-il himself. He personally approved their visas. They are mostly from Pyongyang. All are native North Koreans, except for the handful of Chinese volunteers donated by a Chinese PR agency. They must wear the same uniform in public, and are under constant surveillance, in case they are tempted to defect to South Korea, also playing in South Africa. Swirling rumours suggest all are acquaintances of the Dear Leader. Those familiar with Team America: World Police will know what he's thinking: "I'm so ronery / So ronery / So ronery and sadry arone / There's no-one / Just me onry / Sitting on my rittle throne".

Honduras v Chile player ratings

Man-for-man marking from Nelspuit

Chile overcome Honduras in World Cup

Chile 1 Honduras 0

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