There are six places left in the 2010 World Cup, and 12 teams will spend today fighting to be one of those lucky six.
Today marks the last day of World Cup qualifying and matches on three continents will determine who rounds out the field of 32. European powers France, Portugal and Russia will look to secure places in South Africa, while bitter rivals Egypt and Algeria will kick off today's proceedings in a winner-take-all playoff.
Here is a rundown of today's decisive World Cup qualifying matches:
12:30pm– FIFA.com- Algeria vs. Egypt
1pm– ESPN2- Ukraine vs. Greece (0-0 tie in first leg in Greece)
2:45pm– Setanta USA- Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Portugal (1-0 Portugal win in first leg)
2:45pm-Setanta USA (Delayed)- Slovenia vs. Russia (2-1 Russia win in first leg, 5pm on Setanta USA)
3pm– Setanta Pay-per-view- France vs. Ireland (1-0 France win in first leg)
6pm– No USA TV- Uruguay vs. Costa Rica (1-0 Uruguay win in first leg)
What do you think of today's match-ups? Starting to think we'll see some upsets? Rooting for Ireland and Bosnia to score upsets?
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