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Soccer 6 Preview for Wednesday 29 MARCH

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Wed 29 Mar by Mark Gleeson

Santos v Novorizointino: Santos have won four of their last five matches. Novorizointino are unbeaten in their previous four outing, but drawn the previous two....

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Soccer 6 Preview for Tuesday 28 March 2017

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Tue 28 Mar by Mark Gleeson

South Africa v Angola: South Africa have lost only once in 11 past internationals with Angola including seven wins and three draws....

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Soccer 6 for Monday 27 March 2017

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Mon 27 Mar by Mark Gleeson

Ivory Coast v Senegal: These two West African powerhouses, who both have high hopes of World Cup qualification, play a friendly match in the suburbs of Paris. In their previous five clashes, the Ivorians have won three times, with one draw and one defeat....

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Soccer 6 Preview for Sunday 26 MARCH 2017

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Sun 26 Mar by Mark Gleeson

Kenya v DR Congo: Friendly international with both countries using largely home based squads as they prepare for the start of the group qualifiers of the 2019 African Nations Cup in June. ...

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Soccer 6 Preview for SATURDAY 25 MARCH 2017

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Sat 25 Mar by Mark Gleeson

outh Africa v Guinea Bissau: A first ever international against Guinea Bissau for Bafana. It is South Africa’s first game since the sacking of Shakes Mashaba and the first for Guinea Bissau since their participation at the African Nations Cup finals in Gabon....

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Soccer 6 Preview for Friday 24 MARCH 2017

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Fri 24 Mar by Mark Gleeson

Russia v Ivory Coast: World Cup hosts Russia are building up to the 2018 tournament with two friendlies during this international window. The Ivory Coast are still without a coach since Michel Dussuyer quit after their shock early exit at the Nations Cup finals in Gabon....

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Soccer 6 Preview for Thursday 23 MARCH

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Thu 23 Mar by Mark Gleeson

Senegal are playing for the first time since the disappointment of their quarter-final exit at the 2017 Nations Cup in Gabon where they emerged as strong favourites....

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EXPANDED WORLD CUP ‘POLITICAL’

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Tue 17 Jan by Mark Gleeson

Despite losing the battle over FIFA’s decision to expand the World Cup finals...

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