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Vote: Which Reds will win their World Cup last 16 ties?
24/06/2010 13:28, Report by Ben Hibbs
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Who'll go furthest in South Africa?

Which of the remaining four United players left at the World Cup will go furthest in the competition?

All face difficult ties. Wayne Rooney and England, for whom Michael Carrick is struggling with an ankle injury, take on old foes Germany. Mexico and Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez face the mighty Argentina, while Ji-sung Park's South Korea are up against Uruguay.

Post your views on our lads' chances of success on the Talking Reds thread and your comments could appear on this page.

"South Korea can beat Uruguay. I think Korea can reach the semi-finals. England have a hard match so I don't think they'll get past the last 16, and Mexico will lose to Argentina."
Posted by: glory reds

"If you look at the fixtures, I think South Korea have the best chance of progressing. They've got Uruguay, but would face USA or Ghana in the next round. So it's a good run to the semi-finals."
Posted by Savy

"I am Uruguayan and I think my country and England will progress to the quarter-finals. I hope England can beat Germany and then do the same to Argentina, with a goal from Wazza!"
Posted by: Roberto Sormani

"England will win the World Cup!"
Posted by: stefanunited

"Unfortunately, I feel they will all play their last matches this weekend."
Posted by: Silenced Chaos

"Who'll go furthest? Probably Mexico. They have the team spirit to go far."
Posted by: Audacity

"I think Mexico will surprise Argentina - this is the World Cup of surprises! Mexico usually play better against the bigger teams. England haven't been playing like they can do, but neither has Germany. It'll be a tough game but whoever wins will face Mexico and beat them. I hate to say this but I think South Korea are going out. Uruguay are strong."
Posted by: JavHer14

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