18:28 28 March 2013
The 26th of March boasts many noteworthy football matches for the World Cup Qualifiers. There are multiple teams competing for the change to enter the playoffs. Here are some of the recent matches:
26th March World Cup Qualifiers:
• Montenegro versus England
• Northern Ireland versus Israel
• Republic of Ireland versus Austria
• Serbia versus Scotland
• Wales versus Croatia
• Ecuador versus Paraguay
• Bolivia versus Argentina
• Jordan versus Japan
• Uzbekistan versus Lebanon
• New Calendonia versus Tahiti
• Australia versus Oman
• Korea Republic versus Qatar
Results already in for 26th March World Cup Qualifiers:
• New Zealand defeats the Solomon Islands
• Jordan defeated Singapore
• New Caledonia defeated Tahiti
• Serbia defeated Scotland
• Republic of Ireland ties Austria
• Israel defeats Northern Ireland
Currently Spain is ranked in first place, followed by Germany, Argentina, and England. One of the best ways to keep track of the current happenings in the world of Football (or Soccer depending on your locale) is to visit the official website FIFA.com.
They show a variety of statistics, the line-ups, coaches, and officials. There is also a FIFA Predictor game. You can sort data based upon the region of the team’s origin such as Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, South America, and North and Central Americas which are categorized with the Caribbean.
To keep better track of the different matches and other football-related news for the World Cup Qualifiers for 2014, you may want to consider signing up for messages and Tweets from FIFA so you have access to key information as quickly as possible.
You may also be interested in the youth leagues commonly designated with a U and followed by a number such as 17, 19, or 21. Keep track of all the latest matches and winners, or just follow your own personal favourite team.
Be aware of the potential risks involved with online betting and online gambling.
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