Honduras v Chile Result
World Cup 2010 - Group H
Wednesday 16th June
|Honduras||0 - 1||Chile|
|Yellow Cards||Palacios 33||Carmona 4|
Matias Fernandez 19
Ramon Nunez (W Martinez 78)
Amado Guevara (H Thomas 66)
Carlos Pavon (G Welcome 60)
Arturo Erasmo Vidal (P Contreras 81)
Ariel Matias Fernandez
Rodrigo Millar (G Jara 52)
Jorge Valdivia (M Gonzalez 87)
Honduras meet Chile at the Mbombela Stadium in a crucial match in Group H, these two might be considered the weaker half of the group with Spain meeting Switzerland in the other match. Honduras shocked most when the qualified for the 2010 World Cup and they will be out to cause a few more upsets when the arrive in South Africa starting with Chile. They will not have it easy though as they will go into this match as the underdogs against a tough Chile side who produced a great qualifying performance to book their place in the tournament fairly early on. The South Americans proved they can mix it with the best during qualification by going toe-to-toe with Brazil and Argentina and will be looking to continue that run of results against Honduras.
Match Squads and Key Players
Neither side have too many house hold names while both will be looking to avoid injuries if they are to have a chance of winning this match and then kicking on towards the last 16. The Hondurans have a few players who ply their trade in England and they will be crucial for their chances against Chile, Maynor Figueroa, Hendry Thomas and Wilson Palacios are all class players who are capable of mixing it with the best in the world.
Chile do have a bigger pool of players to select from and they will be hoping to take as many of their European based players as possible into their starting line-up for this one. Rodrigo Tello, Humberto Suazo and Arturo Vidal are three of the names that will need to be fit and on form for the Chile team, if they are then they will fancy their chances of turning over this Honduras side.
Honduras v Chile Live Score/Result
Punters have no form to study as the two sides have never played each other in International football, and while the Chileans are the favourites they will be silly to underestimate the Hondurans who qualified well. During the match punters can follow the match through the World Cup Live Scores that will be updating throughout the 90 minutes plus any injury time.
Following the match there will also be a full result available for fans and punters to have a look at to see how their team and bet performed, the result is likely to shape the entire World Cup for both sides with a win the order of the day for any team wanting to make the last 16.