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Germany Vs Serbia World Cup 2010 Highlights, Preview and Team News

Radomir Antic will be hoping his Serbia side live up to their highly fancied tag in this Port Elizabeth encounter.

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June 15, 2010 - Johannesburg, S  dafrika - epa02203091 Headcoach Radomir Antic of Serbia during a training session of the Serbian team at Rand Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, 15 June 2010. Serbia faces Germany on 18 June 2010 for their FIFA World Cup 2010 group D preliminary round match.

Germany’s Bastian Schweinsteiger missed training on Wednesday with a cold and is rated doubtful.
If he is forced to miss out, coach Joachim Loew may have a tactical reshuffle due to the lack of another holding midfielder in his squad who could directly replace him.
Serbia will bring in Neven Subotic in place of the suspended Alexsandar Lukovic, who was red carded against Ghana.
Wolves’ midfielder Nenad Milijas could be replaced in central midfield by Zdravko Kuzmanovic and winger Zoran Tosic is also pushing for a starting spot.
Suspended: Lukovic (Serbia) One booking from suspension: Oezil, Cacau (Germany) & Zigic, Kuzmanovic (Serbia). (BBC Sport)

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Serbia came into this tournament as many peoples outside bet to do well thanks to a very impressive set of results in the qualification process but the performance they showed against Ghana was limp and Radomir Antic will be expecting more from his side from this Port Elizabeth encounter.

The problem for the Serbs is they are taking on arguably the most impressive side in the World Cup thus far. Germany were mighty strong against Australia and came away with a well deserved 4-0 win. Joachim Low goes into this fixture knowing another three points should see them safely through to the knock out stages and who would bet against that occurring?

Highlights from previous group games the two teams have taken part in.

Germany 4-0 Australia

Serbia 0-1 Ghana


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