Penalty Box - 11/06

Penalty Box - 11/06

Westcon Group (South Africa) v Lenovo (Mexico) , Citrix (France) v Cisco (Uruguay) - who'll take the points?

Welcome to Penalty Box, ARN's daily World Cup 2010 wrap. Penalty Box gives you links to all the latest match reviews and stories by our roving correspondent, Internet Editor, Julia Talevski. She'll be talking to team captains involved in ARN's own competitions and attending Cup functions along the way.

The cup kicks off on Friday night/Saturday morning (AEST) with a couple of cracking matches: Westcon Group (South Africa) v Lenovo (Mexico) and Citrix (France) v Cisco (Uruguay). Westcon Group are up against it and we expect Lenovo to play its usual brand of attacking football - although it is renowned for the odd defensive lapse. Westcon Group does has a massive homeground advantage and may handle the altitude and the oddly-behaving ball better than everybody, but it's hard to see an upset. Lenovo to get the three points. The other game is a little tougher. On paper, Citrix are the favourites but are notorious slow starters - and struggled to qualify. It's also lost its last two matches - the latter to a far less gifted opponent. Cisco have oodles of attacking flair and warmed up with a 4-1 spanking of a lesser team. We're tipping the minor upset - Cisco to win, or at least take a point off Citrix.

June 11, 2010

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