June 7, 2013, FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers Predictions For Today

Stadium La Paz

The football season is never over. FIFA has designed things in such a way that fans of the game will be kept glued and interested in the sport during the entire year. Today, we bring you our predictions on the June 7, 2013, FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers as some major games will be played in Europe, South America, and Africa. The footablling faiths on a number of nations will be decided today, so there are going to be a lot of money and interests involved.

Bolivia v Venezuela Prediction, June 7, 2013, FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers

Bolivia must win this game if they are to keep any chances of qualifying. As things stand right now, the hosts have just 9 points from 11 matches, while Venezuela have collected 15. Note that just four rounds remain after this one. Venezuela currently occupy the fifth spot in the table giving the last playoff right. Stadium La Paz pictured above, is the highest stadium in the world situated at exactly 3,637 metres (11,932 feet) above sea level, and has a solid capacity of 42,000. It makes up for a unique atmosphere and a really high altitude giving the home players a serious advantage both mentally and physically.

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Montenegro v Ukraine Prediction, June 7, 2013, FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers
montenegro v ukraine prediction

Both nations and respective teams have similar mentality and with the hosts having a 6 point advantage over Ukraine in the group standings (albeit with a match in hand), that game represents the final chance for the Ukrainians to get back in the mix for qualification. That’s why one of FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers Predictions for today is that we will probably see a draw here, but either way it should be an interesting game to watch with some goals in it.

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Portugal v Russia Prediction, June 7, 2013, FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifiers
portugal v russia prediction

Once again, Portugal despite having Cristiano Ronaldo and a host of other super talented players, are struggling just to get on top of their group. At the moment, they have totalled just 11 points from possible 18, while Russia have a point more, but have played two more games as well (6). So despite what the media is trying to make it look like, it’s not the final chance for Portutal and it’s not like fans will not see Ronaldo at the 2014 World Cup. Even if they draw here, they can still finish on top as they got two more games left to play. Of course, every game is important and they have more than enough to win this one, but as Capello said, Russia will go enter the pitch in Lisbon with a mindset to win.

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