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Football fever is setting in around the globe. All eyes will turn to the southern tip of Africa for what should be one of the best tournaments in recent memory. Invite some friends over, have a barbecue and watch England take on the world in an epic football battle.

Many pundits are labelling 2010 as the year that England will duplicate the heroics of 1966.

The English side will benefit from great support in South Africa. English football is extremely popular in South Africa and there are bound to be plenty of premiership shirts in the crowds during this summer’s football showpiece. Given the country’s idyllic weather and favourable exchange rate, many ex-pats will also be in attendance. Join them by supporting the England side from the comfort of your home.

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Many pundits are labelling 2010 as the year that England will duplicate the heroics of 1966. The squad is mature, experienced and extremely talented. The attack is lead by Wayne Rooney, who was runner-up in the Premier League’s Golden Boot competition. He will be supported by Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard, two of the most talented midfielders in world football. They will undoubtedly supply the strikers with high quality balls to capitalise on.

The midfield thrives on physical play and surging up the field, and with the quality present in the England defence this won’t cause any problems. Rio Ferdinand, John Terry and Ashley Cole collectively form one of the most formidable defensive cores in the world. Their support will grant the attackers more freedom to roam the pitch.

England fans are primed for success and the team has given itself an additional advantage by selecting what has been voted as the best training facility in South Africa. The Royal Bafokeng Campus offers more than just state of the art facilities, it also provides the players with the opportunity to train at high altitude. The altitude training in Gauteng should give the England squad a competitive advantage during the tournament.

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