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European qualification for the 2010 World Cup Finals in South Africa.

World Cup 2010 - UEFA Qualifying - Group 3

Divided into eight groups of six teams and one group of five, the 53 teams representing Europe will have 13 qualification slots to play for.

Group 3 P W D L F/A Dif Pts
Travel to Slovakia Slovakia 10 6 1 2 22/10 +12 22
Travel to Slovenia Slovenia 10 5 2 2 18/4 +14 20
Travel to Czech Republic Czech Republic 10 4 4 2 17/6 +11 16
Travel to Northern Ireland Northern Ireland 10 4 3 3 13/9 +4 15
Travel to Poland Poland 10 3 2 4 19/14 +5 11
Travel to San Marino San Marino 10 0 0 10 1/47 -46 0

Group 3 Results

14th October, 2009:

Czech Republic vs Northern Ireland (0:0) - in Prague.

Poland vs Slovakia (0:1) - in Chorzow.
0:1 (Seweryn Gancarczyk, own goal, 4)

Travel to Slovakia Slovakia qualify for South Africa 2010.

San Marino vs Slovenia (0:3) - in Serravalle.
0:1 (Milivoje Novakovic 24)
0:2 (Dalibor Stevanovic 68)
0:3 (Fabio Vitaioli, own goal, 82)

10th October, 2009:

Czech Republic vs Poland (2:0) - in Prague.
1:0 (Tomas Necid 51)
2:0 (Georgios Samaras 73)

Slovakia vs Slovenia (0:2) - in Bratislava.
0:1 (Robert Koren 56)
0:2 (Nejc Pecnik 90)

9th September, 2009:

Czech Republic vs San Marino (7:0) - in Uherske Hradiste.
1:0 (Milan Baros 27)
2:0 (Milan Baros 44)
3:0 (Milan Baros 45pen)
4:0 (Vaclav Sverkos 46)
5:0 (Tomas Hubschman 66)
6:0 (Tomas Necid 86)
7:0 (Vaclav Sverkos 90)
Sent offSimone Bacciocchi, San Marino (81)

Northern Ireland vs Slovakia (0:2) - in Belfast.
0:1 (Stanislav Sestak 15)
0:2 (Filip Holosko 66)

Slovenia vs Poland (3:0) - in Maribor.
1:0 (Zlatko Dedic 13)
2:0 (Milivoje Novakovic 45)
3:0 (Valter Birsa 62)

5th September, 2009:

Poland vs Northern Ireland (1:1) - in Chorzow.
0:1 (Kyle Lafferty 38)
1:1 (Mariusz Lewandowski 80)

Slovakia vs Czech Republic (2:2) - in Bratislava.
1:0 (Stanislav Sestak 60)
1:1 (Daniel Pudil 68)
2:1 (Marek Hamsik 73)
2:2 (Milan Baros 84)
Sent offMarek Hamsik, Slovakia (75)

12th August, 2009:

Slovenia vs San Marino (5:0) - in Maribor.
1:0 (Robert Koren 19)
2:0 (Aleksandar Radosavljevic 39)
3:0 (Andraz Kirm 54)
4:0 (Robert Koren 74)
5:0 (Zlatan Ljubijankic 90)

6th June, 2009:

Slovakia vs San Marino (7:0) - in Bratislava.
1:0 (Marek Cech 3)
2:0 (Peter Pekarik 12)
3:0 (Marek Cech 32)
4:0 (Miroslav Stoch 35)
5:0 (Jan Kozak 42)
6:0 (Martin Jakubko 63)
7:0 (Lubos Hanzel 68)

1st April, 2009:

Czech Republic vs Slovakia (1:2) - in Prague.
0:1 (Stanislav Sestak 23)
1:1 (Zdenek Grygera 30)
1:2 (Erik Jendrisek 83)

Northern Ireland vs Slovenia (1:0) - in Belfast.
1:0 (Warren Feeney 73)

Poland vs San Marino (10:0) - in Kielce.
1:0 (Rafal Boguski 1)
2:0 (Ebi Smolarek 18)
3:0 (Rafal Boguski 27)
4:0 (Robert Lewandowski 43)
5:0 (Ireneusz Jelen 51)
6:0 (Ebi Smolarek 60)
7:0 (Mariusz Lewandowski 63)
8:0 (Ebi Smolarek 73)
9:0 (Ebi Smolarek 81)
10:0 (Marek Saganowski 88)

28th March, 2009:

Northern Ireland vs Poland (3:2) - in Belfast.
1:0 (Warren Feeney 10)
1:1 (Ireneusz Jelen 27)
2:1 (Jonathan Evans 47)
3:1 (Michal Zewlakow, own goal, 61)
3:2 (Marek Saganowski 90)

Slovenia vs Czech Republic (0:0) - in Maribor.

11th February, 2009:

San Marino vs Northern Ireland (0:3) - in Serravalle.
0:1 (Gareth McAuley 6)
0:2 (Grant McCann 32)
0:3 (Chris Brunt 63)
Sent offManuel Marani, San Marino (71)

19th November, 2008:

San Marino vs Czech Republic (0:3) - in Serravalle.
0:1 (Radoslav Kovac 47)
0:2 (Zdenek Pospech 53)
0:3 (Tomas Necid 83)

15th October, 2008:

Czech Republic vs Slovenia (1:0) - in Teplice.
1:0 (Libor Sionko 64)

Northern Ireland vs San Marino (4:0) - in Belfast.
1:0 (David Healy 30)
2:0 (Grant McCann 43)
3:0 (Kyle Lafferty 56)
4:0 (Steven Davis 74)
Sent offMauro Marani, San Marino (63)

Slovakia vs Poland (2:1) - in Bratislava.
0:1 (Ebi Smolarek 70)
1:1 (Stanislav Sestak 85)
2:1 (Stanislav Sestak 86)

11th October, 2008:

Poland vs Czech Republic (2:1) - in Chorzow.
1:0 (Pawel Brozek 27)
2:0 (Jakub Blaszczykowski 53)
2:1 (Martin Fenin 87)

San Marino vs Slovakia (1:3) - in Serravalle.
0:1 (Stanislav Sestak 33)
0:2 (Jan Kozak 38)
1:2 (Andy Selva 45)
1:3 (Miroslav Karhan 50)

Slovenia vs Northern Ireland (2:0) - in Maribor.
1:0 (Milivoje Novakovic 84)
2:0 (Zlatan Ljubijankic 85)

10th September, 2008:

Northern Ireland vs Czech Republic (0:0) - in Belfast.

San Marino vs Poland (0:2) - in Serravalle.
0:1 (Ebi Smolarek 36)
0:2 (Robert Lewandowski 68)

Slovenia vs Slovakia (2:1) - in Maribor.
1:0 (Milivoje Novakovic 22)
2:0 (Milivoje Novakovic 81)
2:1 (Martin Jakubko 83)

6th September, 2008:

Poland vs Slovenia (1:1) - in Wroclaw.
1:0 (Michal Zewlakow 17pen)
1:1 (Zlatko Dedic 35)

Slovakia vs Northern Ireland (2:1) - in Bratislava.
1:0 (Martin Skrtel 46)
2:0 (Marek Hamsik 70)
2:1 (Jan Durica, own goal, 81)

Stage Two

The nine group winners automatically qualified for the 2010 World Cup Finals, while the eight best second-placed teams entered four, home and away play-offs for the right to join them.

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