The most important of all the group as it contains the England side who hold all our hopes and dreams of a world cup trophy and no penalty shootout heartache!
|12/06/10||England||19:30||United States||Royal Bafokeng|
|13/06/10||Algeria||12;30||Slovenia||Peter Mokaba Stadium|
|18/06/10||England||19:30||Algeria||Cape Town Stadium|
|18/06/10||Slovenia||15:00||United States||Ellis Park Stadium|
|23/06/10||United States||15:00||Algeria||Loftus Versfeld|
|23/06/10||Slovenia||15:00||England||Nelson Mandela Bay|
Group C Table
England could not have asked for a better group than what was drawn. The Three Lions biggest rival look like being the United States who have seen a good improvement of form of late and in recent World Cups. They got to the finals of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup before losing to Brazil and together with Fabio Capello’s England side can dominate this group.