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

Radomir Antic will be looking for the three points he needs to make it into the last 16 as he readies for an Aussie battle in Nelspruit.

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Serbia's coach Radomir Antic (L) celebrates at the end of a 2010 World Cup Group D soccer match against Germany at Nelson Mandela Bay stadium in Port Elizabeth June 18, 2010. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)

Australia are without the suspended duo of Harry Kewell and Craig Moore, but Tim Cahill returns from a ban. Cahill will take Kewell’s place and coach Pim Verbeek has to choose between Mark Milligan or Michael Beauchamp to replace Moore at centre-back.
Serbia will welcome back Alexsander Lukovic from suspension. Coach Radomir Antic may rest players who are on a yellow card and could face suspension for a potential last 16 match.
Suspended: Kewell & Moore (Australia) One game from suspension: Neill and Valeri (Australia); Ivanovic, Kolarov, Subotic, Vidic, Zigic & Kuzmanovic (Serbia) (BBC Sport)

Highlights of this match can be seen by CLICKING HERE. You can also see every World Cup goal that is scored the moment its up online and you can do that by CLICKING HERE.

Australia find themselves with something of a mountain to climb. They must win and then hope for Ghana to beat Germany otherwise Pim Verbeek has to hope for a huge win over Serbia to have any chance of progression. Serbia will be buoyed by their win over Germany and know that the Aussies are without two old hands in Harry Kewell and Craig Moore so may well think this game is there’s to lose.

Highlights of previous World Cup group matches these two have taken part in.

Ghana 1-1 Australia


Ghana 1-1 Australia – Highlights

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Germany 0-1 Serbia


Germany 0-1 Serbia

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