World Cup 2010 Schedule: Mexico and South Africa's Upcoming Games

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World Cup 2010 Schedule: Mexico and South Africa's Upcoming Games

Today’s opening World Cup game between Mexico and South Africa ended in a 1-1 tie. But what will the rest of these two teams’ upcoming games look like?

Mexico is scheduled to play two more times. Their next game will be against France on June 17 at 2:30 p.m. Then after that, Mexico is scheduled to play Uruguay on June 22 at 10 a.m. Both of these games will be broadcast on ESPN.

South Africa will also play two more times. Their next game is scheduled for June 16 against Uruguay at 2:30 p.m, which will be broadcast on ESPN. They then will play against France on June 22 at 10 a.m, which will be broadcast on ESPN2 and ESPN3.

Each of these stage A games will be a fierce competition for both Mexico and South Africa. In order to advance in the World Cup, either team will need to beat both France and Uruguay.

Today at 2:30 pm, France and Uruguay will face off in their first game of the World Cup. It will be interesting to see who wins this match and to see what the competition for Mexico and South Africa will be like in their upcoming games against these two teams.

But the real question is who are these two teams, and what will the games between them and Mexico and South Africa look like in the coming weeks?

France has had a troubled start already, as they barely qualified to make it into the World Cup. Uruguay may prove to be a bit more challenging, as they want to win the cup badly, due to the fact that they have not won a World Cup since 1950.

At this professional level of the game, any match between these four teams will be a good one, and only time will tell which team will come out victorious from the World Cup.

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