June 13, 2010 by Post Team 

Serbia:Serbia Nemanja Vidic is expected to be fit after missing the friendly against Poland and Cameroon, with an upset stomach and a high temperature.
Coach Radomir Antic computer is free from any damage and he will take his first choice XI.
Sulley Muntari Ghana has recovered from a thigh injury that kept him out of their last friendly match with Latvia. Stephen Appiah, who has played just two games in the club two and a half, will captain the team. (BBC Sport)

Both Ghana and Serbia are considered dark horses in this World Cup. Both have the potential in their day to beat the opposition to big. With these parts are joined in Group D in Germany and Australia in what is considered to be in the toughest groups of the plot are both looking to avoid defeat in Pretoria.

The Black Stars coach Milovan Rajevac has additional incentive to collide with their countrymen, but he knows that without Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien, who is severely weakened. However, the west side of Africa still has the likes of Sulley Muntari and Stephen Appiah to invite and have a solid feel about them and could be a very hard bone to crack and bow by many as the best performance of their continent.

Serbia qualified with aplomb by passing a group that included France. Radomir Antic has a workforce with the right balance of youth and experience as he is able to appeal to the top notch talent as Nemanja Vidic, Branislav Ivanovic, Dejan Stankovic, Krasic Milan and a high score Neven Subotic star defense.

This facility could be a jewel in the trust game as both sides look to be a perfect start to this World Cup.

Highlights of the recent warm-up games that the two parties have participated in.

Cameroon 4-3 Serbia

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