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

World Cup 2010 - UEFA Qualifying - Group 4

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 4 P W D L F/A Dif Pts
Travel to Germany Germany 10 8 2 0 26/5 +21 26
Travel to Russia Russia 10 7 1 2 19/6 +13 22
Travel to Finland Finland 10 5 3 2 14/14 0 18
Travel to Wales Wales 10 4 0 6 9/12 -3 12
Travel to Azerbaijan Azerbaijan 10 1 2 7 4/14 -10 5
Travel to Liechtenstein Liechtenstein 10 0 2 8 2/23 -21 2

Group 4 Results

14th October, 2009:

Azerbaijan vs Russia (1:1) - in Baku.
0:1 (Andrei Arshavin 14)
1:1 (Vagif Javadov 54)

Germany vs Finland (1:1) - in Hamburg.
0:1 (Jonatan Johansson 11)
1:1 (Lukas Podolski 90)

Liechtenstein vs Wales (0:2) - in Vaduz.
0:1 (David Vaughan 16)
0:2 (Aaron Ramsey 80)

10th October, 2009:

Finland vs Wales (2:1) - in Helsinki.
1:0 (Roni Porokara 5)
1:1 (Craig Bellamy 17)
2:1 (Niklas Moisander 77)

Liechtenstein vs Azerbaijan (0:2) - in Vaduz.
0:1 (Vagif Javadov 55)
0:2 (Elvin Mammadov 82)

Russia vs Germany (0:1) - in Moscow.
0:1 (Miroslav Klose 35)
Sent offJerome Boateng, Germany (69)

Travel to Germany Germany qualify for South Africa 2010.

9th September, 2009:

Germany vs Azerbaijan (4:0) - in Hanover.
1:0 (Michael Ballack 15pen)
2:0 (Miroslav Klose 55)
3:0 (Miroslav Klose 66)
4:0 (Lukas Podolski 71)
Sent offSamir Abbasov, Azerbaijan (50)

Liechtenstein vs Finland (1:1) - in Vaduz.
0:1 (Jari Litmanen 74pen)
1:1 (Michele Polverino 75)

Wales vs Russia (1:3) - in Cardiff.
0:1 (Igor Semshov 36)
1:1 (James Collins 54)
1:2 (Sergei Ignashevich 71)
1:3 (Roman Pavlyuchenko 90)

5th September, 2009:

Azerbaijan vs Finland (1:2) - in Lankaran City.
1:0 (Elvin Mammadov 49)
1:1 (Markus Heikkinen 74)
1:2 (Petri Pasanen 85)

Russia vs Liechtenstein (3:0) - in St. Petersburg.
1:0 (Vasili Berezutsky 17)
2:0 (Roman Pavlyuchenko 39pen)
3:0 (Roman Pavlyuchenko 45pen)

19th August, 2009:

Azerbaijan vs Germany (0:2) - in Baku.
0:1 (Bastian Schweinsteiger 12)
0:2 (Miroslav Klose 54)

10th June, 2009:

Finland vs Russia (0:3) - in Helsinki.
0:1 (Alexander Kerzhakov 27)
0:2 (Alexander Kerzhakov 53)
0:3 (Konstatin Zurianov 71)

6th June, 2009:

Azerbaijan vs Wales (0:1) - in Baku.
0:1 (David Edwards 42)

Finland vs Liechtenstein (2:1) - in Helsinki.
0:1 (Mario Frick 13)
1:1 (Mikael Forssell 33)
2:1 (Jonatan Johansson 71)

1st April, 2009:

Liechtenstein vs Russia (0:1) - in Vaduz.
0:1 (Konstatin Zurianov 38)

Wales vs Germany (0:2) - in Cardiff.
0:1 (Michael Ballack 11)
0:2 (Ashley Williams, own goal, 48)

28th March, 2009:

Germany vs Liechtenstein (4:0) - in Leipzig.
1:0 (Michael Ballack 4)
2:0 (Marcell Jansen 8)
3:0 (Bastian Schweinsteiger 48)
4:0 (Lukas Podolski 50)

Russia vs Azerbaijan (2:0) - in Moscow.
1:0 (Roman Pavlyuchenko 32)
2:0 (Konstatin Zurianov 71)

Wales vs Finland (0:2) - in Cardiff.
0:1 (Jonatan Johansson 42)
0:2 (Shefki Kuqi 90)

15th October, 2008:

Germany vs Wales (1:0) - in Moenchengladbach.
1:0 (Piotr Trochowski 72)

Russia vs Finland (3:0) - in Moscow.
1:0 (Petri Pasanen,  own goal, 22)
2:0 (Sergei Semak 65)
3:0 (Andrei Arshavin 89)

11th October, 2008:

Finland vs Azerbaijan (1:0) - in Helsinki.
1:0 (Mikael Forssell 62pen)

Germany vs Russia (2:1) - in Dortmund.
1:0 (Lukas Podolski 9)
2:0 (Michael Ballack 29)
2:1 (Andrei Arshavin 51)

Wales vs Liechtenstein (2:0) - in Cardiff.
1:0 (David Edwards 42)
2:0 (Ched Evans)

10th September, 2008:

Azerbaijan vs Liechtenstein (0:0) - in Baku.

Finland vs Germany (3:3) - in Helsinki.
1:0 (Jonatan Johansson 33)
1:1 (Miroslav Klose 38)
2:1 (Mika Vayrynen 43)
2:2 (Miroslav Klose 45)
3:2 (Daniel Sjolund 53)
3:3 (Miroslav Klose 83)

Russia vs Wales (2:1) - in Moscow.
1:0 (Roman Pavluchenko 22pen)
1:1 (Joe Ledley 67)
2:1 (Pavel Pogrebniak 81)

6th September, 2008:

Liechtenstein vs Germany (0:6) - in Vaduz.
0:1 (Lukas Podolski 21)
0:2 (Lukas Podolski 48)
0:3 (Simon Rolfes 65)
0:4 (Bastian Schweinsteiger 66)
0:5 (Thomas Hitzlsperger 76)
0:6 (Heiko Westermann 87)

Wales vs Azerbaijan (1:0) - in Cardiff.
1:0 (Sam Vokes 83)
Sent offFabio Luis Ramim, Azerbaijan (68)

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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