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DURBAN: Greece have vowed to batten down the hatches against an Argentina strikeforce in their final Group B match in Polokwane on Tuesday. Argentina have racked up a 1-0 win over Nigeria and 4-1 dismantling of South Korea to sit atop the group, and Aris Salonika midfielder Sakis Prittas admitted that Greece would have their work cut out. "Argentina are a very strong team. Of course all teams make mistakes but we'll have to be very good in defence for the full 90 minutes, and hopefully we'll be able to surprise them with a goal," Prittas said. "Their attacking line-up is the strongest part of their team. The defence is not at the same level. That's not to say they don't play well, but it's not the same quality." The South Americans must avoid a three-goal defeat to ensure they stay above the Greeks, which would guarantee them qualification. If they lose by one or two goals, only a heavy South Korea defeat of Nigeria could prevent them from topping the group. Greece still have a mathematical chance of qualifying. The Euro 2004 champions, who had lost all three matches in the 1994 finals, went down 2-0 to South Korea in their opening match before rebounding to beat Nigeria 2-1. PAOK defender Stelios Malezas said: "It's going to be a very tough match. Argentina are the best team in the group. "Everybody knows that sort of team they are, they're a team full of talented players who can cause problems individually or as a team at any time during a match. "But it doesn't matter who plays against us, we'll go for a result." know more 2010 world cup news and dvds on dvdsetcollection
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Rufus Getting Married (Season 3)

Fast National ratings for Sunday, June 20, 2010. The primetime conclusion of the US Open golf tournament helped NBC win Sunday night, delivering decent ratings despite a relatively unknown winner and Tiger Woods being several shots out of contention. Meanwhile, the ABC premieres of "Scoundrels" and "The Gates" weren't exactly huge, though "The Gates" did manage to win its hour in the key demographic. Among adults 18-49, NBC averaged a 1.8 rating, beating FOX's 1.3 rating and the 1.2 rating for ABC in the key demographic. CBS trailed with a 1.0 rating. Overall, NBC averaged an estimated 7.315 million viewers and a 4.7 rating/9 share. CBS moved up to second with a 3.6/7, topping the 3.0/6 for ABC. FOX was fourth overall with a 1.7/3. NBC's US Open coverage started the night in first with a 5.8/12 and a 2.2 demo rating in the 7 p.m. hour. CBS' "60 Minutes" was second with a 4.9/10. ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos" repeat finished third. Viewers showed little support for the series finale of "'Til Death" and a new "Sons of Tucson," which averaged a 0.9/2 between them. The golf coverage improved to a 6.4/12 and a 2.4 demo rating to give the 8 p.m. hour to NBC. CBS' encore of "I Get That A Lot" had a 3.0/6 for second, nipping ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" repeat. FOX's "The Simpsons" and "The Cleveland Show" repeats had a 1.9/4 for fourth. "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" had a 4.1/7 to help NBC stay in first overall in the 9 p.m. hour. ABC's series premiere of "Scoundrels" had a 3.4/6 and a 1.3 demo rating, averaging 5.17 million viewers and improving in its second half-hour. CBS' "Cold Case" repeat was third for the hour. FOX's "Family Guy" and "American Dad" repeats had a 2.4/4 overall and won the hour in the key demographic with a 1.8 rating. CBS' "Cold Case" repeat won the 10 p.m. hour overall with a 3.2/6. ABC's premiere of "The Gates" averaged a 3.0/5, pulling in 4.65 million viewers and winning the hour with a 1.5 demo rating. NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" was third. know more good dvd box sets on www.dvdsetcollection.com

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Rufus Getting Married (Season 3)

Fast National ratings for Sunday, June 20, 2010. The primetime conclusion of the US Open golf tournament helped NBC win Sunday night, delivering decent ratings despite a relatively unknown winner and Tiger Woods being several shots out of contention. Meanwhile, the ABC premieres of "Scoundrels" and "The Gates" weren't exactly huge, though "The Gates" did manage to win its hour in the key demographic. Among adults 18-49, NBC averaged a 1.8 rating, beating FOX's 1.3 rating and the 1.2 rating for ABC in the key demographic. CBS trailed with a 1.0 rating. Overall, NBC averaged an estimated 7.315 million viewers and a 4.7 rating/9 share. CBS moved up to second with a 3.6/7, topping the 3.0/6 for ABC. FOX was fourth overall with a 1.7/3. NBC's US Open coverage started the night in first with a 5.8/12 and a 2.2 demo rating in the 7 p.m. hour. CBS' "60 Minutes" was second with a 4.9/10. ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos" repeat finished third. Viewers showed little support for the series finale of "'Til Death" and a new "Sons of Tucson," which averaged a 0.9/2 between them. The golf coverage improved to a 6.4/12 and a 2.4 demo rating to give the 8 p.m. hour to NBC. CBS' encore of "I Get That A Lot" had a 3.0/6 for second, nipping ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" repeat. FOX's "The Simpsons" and "The Cleveland Show" repeats had a 1.9/4 for fourth. "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" had a 4.1/7 to help NBC stay in first overall in the 9 p.m. hour. ABC's series premiere of "Scoundrels" had a 3.4/6 and a 1.3 demo rating, averaging 5.17 million viewers and improving in its second half-hour. CBS' "Cold Case" repeat was third for the hour. FOX's "Family Guy" and "American Dad" repeats had a 2.4/4 overall and won the hour in the key demographic with a 1.8 rating. CBS' "Cold Case" repeat won the 10 p.m. hour overall with a 3.2/6. ABC's premiere of "The Gates" averaged a 3.0/5, pulling in 4.65 million viewers and winning the hour with a 1.5 demo rating. NBC's "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" was third. know more good dvd box sets on www.dvdsetcollection.com
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