Coach's son saves US blushes with late strike

Slovenia 2 USA 2

Slovenia v USA player ratings

Man-for-man marking from Johannesburg

USA earn draw with Slovenia after comeback

Slovenia 2 USA 2

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Howard keen to knock Slovenes down to size in America's 'cup final'

Slovenia v USA; Today, 3pm, BBC1

Slovenia in confident mood

Slovenia are growing in confidence at the World Cup having beaten Algeria and seen England and the United States take points off each other in the opening round of Group C matches.

Algeria v Slovenia player ratings

Man-for-man marking from Polokwane

Algerian goalkeeper hands Slovenia crucial victory

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World Cup: Algeria v Slovenia Live!

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Scots rush to buy World Cup T-shirts supporting England’s group rivals

Slanj, the Glasgow-based retailer, is doing a roaring trade in anti-England T-shirts, as the 2010 World Cup gets under way.

Robert Koren: 'We will think about ourselves, not England'

He was released by West Brom, but Slovenia’s playmaker Robert Koren tells Phil Shaw he can help shock Capello's side

Cycling: Thomas pipped at the post as Contador avoids crash to lead

Grega Bole wins the race to the line in the first stage of the Dauphine Criterium yesterday. The Slovenian edged out Peter Velits and Britain's Geraint Thomas of Team Sky.

Vote backs border deal

Slovenia has narrowly approved a border arbitration deal with Croatia in a referendum, clearing an obstacle to Croatia's bid for EU membership, according to preliminary results.

Vote on border dispute leaves Slovenes divided

Nestled on the Slovenian coast, the town of Koper with its winding cobbled streets, Venetian mansions and Gothic cathedral, is a picturesque and unassuming place. But it is at the centre of a battle raging in the Balkans, which could bring down Slovenia's government and sour already prickly relations with Croatia.

Capello takes advice from fellow managers

England coach Fabio Capello has sought the advice of fellow managers in preparing for the World Cup but insists he will ultimately rely on "my decisions and style."

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