Iceland Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Stefan Thordarson * 0
Helgi Danielsson
(Sub)
0
Indridi Sigurdsson 0
Emil Hallfredsson * 0
Kristjan Orn Sigurdsson 0
Hannes Sigurdsson
(Sub)
0
Gunnar Heidar Thorvaldsson * 0
Jonas Gudni Saevarsson
(Sub)
0
Palmi Rafn Palmason 0
Theodor Bjarnason
(Sub)
0
Eggert Jonsson * 0
Aron Gunnarsson * 0
Birkir Mar Saevarsson 0
Arnor Smarason
(Sub)
0
Atli Thorarinsson 0
Heimir Einarsson 0
Fjalar Torgeirsson
(Sub)
0
Kjartan Sturluson * 0
Wales Player Ratings
Player Current Rating Your Rating
Craig Bellamy
(Sub)
0
Jason Koumas * 0
Andrew Crofts
(Sub)
0
Craig Morgan 0
Carl Fletcher * 0
David Edwards * 0
Lewis Price 0
Steve Evans 0
Ashley Williams 0
Joe Ledley * 0
Freddy Eastwood * 0
Owain Tudur Jones
(Sub)
0
Lewin Nyatanga 0
Joe Jacobson 0
Neal Eardley
(Sub)
0
Wayne Hennessey 0
Chris Gunter 0
Sam Vokes
(Sub)
0
Ched Evans
(Sub)
0
Jack Collison * 0

Fixtures

Wednesday, 08 October 2014
16:00
Ecuador v Colombia  
Thursday, 09 October 2014
Mexico v Honduras  
Friday, 10 October 2014
Chile v Peru  
China v Thailand  
Japan v Jamaica  
Korea Rep v Paraguay  
Oman v Costa Rica  
Saudi Arabia v Uruguay  
U.A.E v Australia  
Uzbekistan v Bahrain  
Saturday, 11 October 2014
00:00
USA v Ecuador  
13:00
Argentina v Brazil  

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