Monday, June 3, 2013


Sweden - Poland
Sweden with mixed team,but that isnt some problem for them. Last time they play with youngsters and won Czech and Austria , now they will play with mixed team ,6 players will make debut.

Poland came on this tournament with B team, they train together just yesterday (because yesterday all players came... bad for them), 8 players ( Daćko, Łangowski, Masłowski, Morawski, Przybylski, Szyba, Łucak and Krzysztofik ) will make debut for Poland today.

Japan - Australia

Japan have very strong team on this qualifications,no important injuries so they are big favourites ,currenty they are 1st on table in their group.
they have many amazing players like:

gk Kawashima(from Standard Liege) ; defenders Nagatomo(from Inter),Uchida(from Schalke) ;great mdiflers: Hiroshi Kiyotake(from Nurnbgerg),Najime Hosogai(from Hertha),star player Shinji Kagawa(from Man Utd),for me best player Keisuke Honda(from CSKA) and captain Makoto Hasebe(from Wolfsburg) and strikers; Okazaki(from Stuttgart), Takashi Inui(from Frankfrt)

Japan full squad;
Australia squad:

i would bet on home win here but Japan dont need points so i think they wont push too much tomorrow.

Qatar - Iran 

Qatar squad: - all players from domestic league but their league now is much stronger because there are playing many brazilians and other quality players (who are there for money)
Iran squad:

International Frendly
Romania - Tirnand and Tobago

Romania SQUAD

GK: Bogdan Lobonţ (AS Roma), Silviu Lung jr. (Astra Giurgiu)
DF: Alexandru Măţel (Astra Giurgiu), Srgian Luchin (Dinamo Bucureşti), Valerică Găman (Astra Giurgiu), Dorin Goian (Spezia Calcio), Răzvan Raţ (West Ham United), Alexandru Vlad (Pandurii Târgu Jiu)
MF: Gabriel Torje (Granada CF), Aurelian Chiţu (Viitorul Constanţa), Costin Lazăr (PAOK Salonic), Dan Nistor (Pandurii Târgu Jiu), Ovidiu Hoban (Petrolul Ploieşti), Nicolae Grigore (Rapid Bucureşti), Alexandru Maxim (VfB Stuttgart), Adrian Stoian (Chievo) 
ATT: Gheorghe Grozav (Petrolul Ploieşti), Bogdan Stancu (Orduspor Kulubu), Ciprian Marica (Schalke) 
COACH : Victor Piturca
GK: Jan-Michael Williams (St Ann's Rangers/Trinidad & Tobago), Marvin Phillip (Central FC/Trinidad & Tobago)
DF: Seon Power (Chainat FC/Tailanda), Carlyle Mitchell (Vancouver Whitecaps/Canada), Daneil Cyrus (W Connection/Trinidad & Tobago), Justin Hoyte (Middlesbrough/Anglia), Radanfah Abu Bakr (FC Vostok/Kazahstan), Robert Primus (FC Aktobe/Kazahstan)
Joevin Jones (W Connection/Trinidad & Tobago), Andre Boucaud (Notts County/Anglia), Keon Daniel (Philadelphia Union/SUA), Densill Theobald (Caledonia AIA/Trinidad & Tobago), Chris Birchall (Port Vale/Anglia), Kevin Molino (Orlando City/SUA), Ataullah Guerra (RoPS Rovaniemi/Finlanda), Hughtun Hector (Song Lang Nghe/Vietnam), Kevon Carter (Defence Force/Trinidad & Tobago) 
ATT: Cornell Glen (North East Stars/Trinidad & Tobago), Jamal Gay (Caledonia AIA/Trinidad & Tobago), Shahdon Winchester (FF Jaro/Finlanda), Darryl Roberts (Samsunspor/Turcia).
COACH : Jamaal Shabazz and Hutson Charles

The pitch will be very hard because on saturday was Cup Final (Petrolul vs CFR ) and before it was Depeche Mode concert on 15.05.2013 and the pitch will be terrible.


  1. Seon Power (Chainat FC—Thailand), Robert Primus (FC Aktobe—Kazakhastan), Carlyle Mitchell (Vancouver Whitecaps—Canada), Keon Daniel (Philadelphia Union—US) and Hughtun Hector (Song Long Nghe—Vietnam) HAVE ALL WITHDRAWN FOR VARIOUS REASONS +Khaleem Hyland (Racing Genk—Belgium) and Sheldon Bateau (Mechelen—Belgium) also skipped the assignments to rest, Carlos Edwards (Ipswich Town—England) is injured and Kenwyne Jones (Stoke City—England) and Lester Peltier (Slovan Bratislava—Slovakia) were overlooked.
    Romania over 2.5 goals 2.50 or Romania 1/1 1.80