Team standings

Throughout the tournament follow the winners and losers here, plus all the stats you need to follow your team on their path to glory... ... or an early exit.

    Hosted by Germany, 32 teams from six continents make up the field for the 2006 World Cup finals.

    To check the match schedule and all the results for the tournament click here

    Group A                    

    W

    Pt

    Germany

     3  3  0  0  8  2  9

    Ecuador

     3  2  0  1  5  3  6
    Poland  3  1  0  2  2  4  3
    Costa Rica  3  0  0  3  3  9  0

    Group B                    

    W

    Pt

    England  3  2  1  0  5  2  7
    Sweden  3  1  2  0  3  2  5

    Paraguay

     3  1  0  2  2  2  3

    Trinidad & Tobago

     3  0  1  2  0  4  1

    Group C                   

    W

    Pt

    Argentina  3  2  1  0  8  1  7
    Netherlands  3  2  1  0  3  1  7

    Ivory Coast

     3  1  0  2  5  6  3

    Serbia & Montenegro

     3  0  0  3  2 10  0

    Group D                    

    W

    Pt

    Portugal  3  3  0  0  5  1  9

    Mexico

     3  1  1  1  4  3  4
    Angola  3  0  2  1  1  2  2

    Iran

     3  0  1  2  2  6  1

    Group E                    

    W

    Pt

    Italy

     3  2  1  0  5  1  7

    Ghana

     3  2  0  1  4  3  6

    Czech Republic

     3  1  0  2  3  4  3
    USA  3  0  1  2  2  6  1

    Group F                    

    W

    Pt

    Brazil

     3  3  0  0  7  1  9
    Australia  3  1  1  1  5  5  4

    Croatia

     3  0  2  1  2  3  2

    Japan

     3  0  1  2  2  7  1

    Group G                   

    W

    Pt

    Switzerland  3  2  1  0  4  0  7

    France

     3  1  2  0  3  1  5

    South Korea

     3  1  1  1  3  4  4
    Togo  3  0  0  3  1  6  0

    Group H                   

    W

    Pt

    Spain  3  3  0  0  8  1  9

    Ukraine

     3  2  0  1  1  4  6
    Tunisia  3  0  1  2  3  6  1

    Saudi Arabia

     3  0  1  2  2  7  1

     

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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