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List here schedule and results of friendlies in prepapration for the world cup
 

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SAUDI ARABIA V Senegal , 14th May Riyadh
SAUDI ARABIA V ?unconfirmed? , 21/23rd May, Chofu city, Tokyo Region

Second game was originally to be held against Costa Rica, but they pulled out. There are talks with Paraguay Jamaica and Mexico to play instead.
 

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COPENHAGEN, May 17 (DS)- Friendly international match summary

DENMARK 2 - Lucien Mettomo 20 og, Jon Dahl Tomasson 59 pen
CAMEROON 1 - Modeste Mbami 74
Half time: 1-0, Attendance 34571
Referee: Rune Pedersen (Norway)

Denmark: Thomas Sorensen, Thomas Helveg, Rene Henriksen, Steven Lustu, Jan Heintze (Niclas Jensen, 87), Stig Tofting (Brian Steen Nielsen, 65), Thomas Gravesen, Martin Jorgensen (Claus Jensen, 46), Dennis Rommedahl ( Jan Michaelsen, 80), Jon Dahl Tomasson, Jesper Gronkjær ( Peter Lovenkrands, 46).

Cameroon: Alioum Boukar, Christian Tchuisse, Rigobert Song ( Pierre Njanka, 46), Lucien Mettomo ( Raymond Kalla, 46), Pierre Wome, Eric Djemba, Nicolas Alnoujdi (Bill Tchato, 46), Salomon Olembe (Daniel Ngom Kome, 46), Modeste Mbami ( Guy Feutchine, 83), Joel Epalle ( Joseph Ndo, 76), Joseph-Desire Job (Francis Kioyo, 46).
 

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IZUMO, Japan, May 25 (AFP)
Two goals from Robbie Keane gave Ireland a hard-fought 2-1 win over J-League side Sanfrecce Hiroshima here Saturday, but the injury problems mounted for **** McCarthy's side.

With inspirational skipper Roy Keane sent home in disgrace after a bust-up with McCarthy, injuries to two other midfielders - Jason McAteer and Kevin Kilbane - left the coach with a major headache before the opener with Cameroon at Niigata on Saturday.

McAteer's injury appeared to be the most serious as he was carried off on a stretcher following a 35th minute sliding tackle from a Hiroshima defender as he prepared to cross from the right.

There were fears that the Sunderland player could have damaged medial ligaments in his left knee and he was sent for a scan to determine the extent of the damage.

Kilbane was also forced off sustaining an ankle injury after 62 minutes on a tackle from Yuichi Komano.

In the match itself, the Irish fell behind five minutes from half-time when Tatsuhiko Kubo was left with a clear header from six yards out.

Four minutes later though they were back on level terms when Kilbane flicked on a corner and Robbie Keane was on hand to head home at the far post.

The winning goal came after 78 minutes Niall Quinn headed down a long ball from Mark Kinsella for Keane to pick his spot.
 

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England 2 - Darius Vassell 12; Robbi Fowler 90
Cameroon 2 - Samuel Eto\'o Fils 5; Jeremie Sorel 58
Half time: 1-1, Attendance: 42000
Referee: Katayama
Stadium: Kobe Universiade Memorial

England: Nigel Martyn (David James, 46), Rio Ferdinand (Martin Keown, 46), Sol Campbell (Gareth Southgate, 46), Wes Brown, Wayne Bridge, Paul Scholes (Danny Mills, 46), Owen Hargreaves, Joe Cole, Michael Owen (Teddy Sheringham, 46), Emile Heskey (Trevor Sinclair, 46), Darius Vassell (Robbi Fowler, 76)

Cameroon: Alioum Boukar (Jacques Songo\'o, 78), Rigobert Song (Joseph Cyrille Ndo, 69), Pierrå Nlend Wome (Pierre Djanka Beaka, 61), Bill Tchato, Marc Vivien Foe (Eric Djemba Djemba, 53), Salomon Olembe (Ngom Jome Daniel, 53), Patrick Mboma (Pius Ndiefi, 60), Geremi Njitap (Nicolas Alnoudji, 66), Raymond Kalla Nkongo (Lucien Mettomo, 56), Samuel Eto\'o Fils (Joel Epalle, 60)
 
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