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Belgium, Germany and Switzerland all qualify for the 2014 WC

Group A Belgium has reached their first final of the World Cup since 2002 after Lukaku, a striker on loan from Everton, scored two goals to lead the team to victory against Croatia last Friday. The result put Belgium into the lead with a score of 25 points gained from 9 matches ahead of the final game against Wales this Tuesday. Croatia have been guaranteed a place in the play-offs with their 17 points and second place spot. 15th October (2013)Belgium vs. Wales Scotland vs. Croatia Serbia vs. FYR Macedonia Group B Aquilani scored an equaliser in injury time to get a 2-2 draw and prevent Denmark from climbing up the Group B table. Bulgaria had their team reduced down to 9 players in Armenia as Bodurov and Dyakov were both sent off in the second half. The winning goal for Armenia was netted by Movsisyan. Bulgia will play the Czech Republic while Denmark will be hosting Malta. 15th October (2013)Italy vs. Armenia Bulgaria vs. Czech RepublicDenmark vs. MaltaGroup CGermany had a dominant 3-0 victory over Ireland last Friday evening and guaranteed their place in the Brazil-bound World Cup. Khedira, Schurrle and Ozil all scored ensuring that Low's injury-plagued side didn't get any sympathy. Elsewhere, Ibrahimovic scored to put Sweden ahead with a 2-1 victory. 15th October (2013)Faroe Islands vs. AustriaSweden vs. Germany Ireland vs. KazakhstanGroup DVan Persie earned a hat trick to become the highest scoring Dutch player of all time as the Netherlands destroyed Hungary with an 8-1 finish to the game. The Netherlands had already booked their place in next year's World Cup and just ended Hungary's hopes of earning second place. Romania thrashed Andorra 4-0 and Turkey beat Estonia 2-0, leaving the second place still available. 15th October (2013)Turkey vs. NetherlandsRomania vs. Estonia Hungary vs. AndorraGet your England football match tickets and Brazil World Cup tickets online. Group E Switzerland have secured their place by defeating Albania 2-1 and clinching the top spot. Iceland scored twice in the second half of the match against Cyprus, keeping the spark for their unlikely World Cup bid alive. Novakovic's hat-trick kept Slovenia comfortable as he led the team to a 3-0 home victory. 15th October (2013)Norway vs. Iceland Switzerland vs. Slovenia Cyprus vs. Albania Group F Portugal's hopes for automatic qualification were scuppered because of an equaliser from Israel in last Friday's game. Costa opened the score with a close-range goal in the early minutes of the game, but an error made late in the game meant Patricio threw away two points. Luxembourg were destroyed by Russia in a 4-0 loss. Capello's team have amassed 21 points and have a better goal difference score than Portugal so any result on Tuesday could still be enough for the team. 15th October (2013)Azerbaijan vs. Russia Israel vs. Northern Ireland Portugal vs. LuxembourgGroup GSkrtel accidentally scored an own goal for Slovakia, leading to Greece defeating them 1-0 last Friday and allowing the team to retain some home of a direct qualification. The possibility of a direct qualification rests with Bosnia as they play Lithuania on Tuesday. Bosnia remains level with Greece in terms of points at the top of Group F. Bosnia have a better goal difference, giving them the edge against Greece. Bosnia could be qualifying regardless of the Liechtenstein match against Greece. 15th October (2013)Latvia vs. Slovakia Bosnia vs. Lithuania Greece vs. LiechtensteinGroup H England are slowly moving closer to a World Cup qualification as they won 4-1 against Montenegro. England is just one point clear of Ukraine in Group H as we head into the final round of qualifying games. 15th October (2013)San Morino vs. Ukraine Montenegro vs. Moldova England vs. PolandGroup I Spain have been made to work for their victory in Group I, but they now have one foot firmly planted in the Brazil World Cup because of a 2-1 home win. The victory put Spain ahead of France by three points with just one match left to play. 15th October (2013)France vs. FinlandSpain vs. Georgia