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Cameron Spencer
Suarez responding well; not sure about first game

According to Oscar Tabarez, Luis Suarez is recovering well less than four weeks after his knee surgery. However, Tabarez has not set a deadline for Suarez's return and still isn't sure when he would be available.

Costa's assurance over fitness

Spain's striker, Diego Costa has put down concerns over his fitness citing that there are "no problems for the first match". Costa has been troubled with hamstring injury in recent weeks, but managed 73 minutes against El Salvador.

Toure a doubt against Japan

Yaya Toure is racing against time to be fit for Côte d'Ivoire opening match against Japan, the Manchester City midfielder has not completed a full training session and did not play in his country's last two warm-up games.

Ronaldo returns, Portugal routs Ireland

Ronaldo showed no signs of injury as he helped Portugal to a 5-1 win over Republic of Ireland. Hugo Almeida bagged a brace for the winning team.

"Too much pressure on Neymar"

The guy who was 17 when Brazil won their first World Cup title 56 years ago, Pele, has said that there is "too much pressure" on forward Neymar to deliver a sixth World Cup title for Brazil.

Scolari's nephew killed in car accident

A sad news for the Brazil's head coach, as his nephew was killed in a traffic accident.

Hernandez accepts bench role

Despite being his country's active leading scorer, Mexico's forward Javier Hernandez does not mind if he had to start from the bench against Cameroon.

Vanishing spray - more free kick goals?

That seems to be the sentiment shared by Howard Webb, who will be on officiating duty in this summer's World Cup. The vanishing spray will help the referee in making sure that the wall stays where they're supposed to be during free kicks.

Dirk Kuyt attemtps to drown Arjen Robben

As this picture can attest, Kuyt (jokingly / or did he?) tried his best to soak his teammate, perhaps as a show of solidarity following Robben's antic against Bruno Martins Indi, a Feyenoord player (Kuyt is a former Feyenoord player).

Don't miss out on the World Cup

The good people at spoton.it has come up with a nifty and handy World Cup schedule that you can use with a plethora of calendar apps. it give live score update, where to watch, and automatically updates as the round progress. Give it a try!