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News Update: FIFA World Cup Preview: Spain (0-0-0) vs. Switzerland (0-0-0) Durban, South Africa (Sports Network) – Spain enters the FIFA World Cup on one of the most impressive streaks ever, having won 45 of its last 48 matches with just one loss during the stretch. Since a defeat to Sweden in Euro 2008 qualifying in October of 2006, Spain has evolved into the favorite in South Africa this summer. Spain, which starts its World Cup against Switzerland in Group H on Wednesday, snapped a 44-year title drought in major competitions two years ago by winning the Euro title. Spain’s only other major title was Euro 1964, and a first-ever World Cup crown would extend the country’s unbelievable run of form. After winning the Euro title, Spain won its first six World Cup qualifiers and outscored its opponents 13-2 in those matches. Spain lost its lone game during its current streak in South Africa last summer in the semifinals of the FIFA Confederations Cup, 2-0 to the United States. Vicente del Bosque’s club returned to form in the third-place match with a 3-2 win over South Africa, then wrapped up a perfect World Cup qualifying campaign with four more wins. Although Del Bosque had some worries about the health of stars Fernando Torres and Cesc Fabregas before the World Cup, but both appear set to feature. Andres Iniesta could still miss the opener after picking up an injury in Spain’s last warm-up match, but Del Bosque has plenty of world-class options on the bench. Considering Spain’s last warm-up was a 6-0 victory over Poland, Del Bosque and the … From: TradeTheTrend Views: 184 1 ratings Time: 02:58 More in Sports
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