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SAO PAULO---Brazil is running
out of time.
World Cup organisers marked
100 days to go yesterday with a lot
of work still to be done on stadiums
and infrastructure in the 12 host
As national teams enter their
final phase of preparations---a series
of warm-up are scheduled for this
week---the Brazilian government is
trying to ensure the country will
be ready to host the tournament in
Although Brazil had nearly seven
years to prepare after winning the
bid to host the tournament in 2007,
there are four stadiums still under
construction and work outside
many of the venues is far from
Doubts also remain about
whether the cities will be able to
host the fanfests they promised
years ago. Airports likely won t have
all the work completed either, and
many of the urban projects initially
expected to be ready for the World
Cup won t be finalised until after
FIFA secretary general Jerome
Valcke recently said work must
remain at "full speed" until the
opener on June 12. Football s gov-
erning body has been expressing
its confidence that everything will
be ready despite the setbacks.
There will be a few events mark-
ing the 100-day point across Brazil
on Tuesday, with some of the host
cities lighting up traditional build-
ings in the colors of the Brazilian
Brazil promised all 12 stadiums
would be ready by the end of last
year, but only six were completed.
Two may be ready less than a
month before the World Cup,
including the one hosting the open-
er between Brazil and Croatia in
The Itaquerao is not expected to
be ready before May 15, Valcke said.
That s when they also believe the
venue in the southern city of Curiti-
ba will also be finalised. The sta-
dium in the wetlands city of Cuiaba
is almost done, but work outside
the venue remains incomplete.
"Eight stadiums are ready and
the ninth, in Manaus, will be deliv-
ered on Sunday," Brazil deputy
sports minister Luis Fernandes said.
"The others will also be ready with
enough time to be tested before the
Infrastructure work outside nearly
every stadium is a big reason for
PARIS---France coach Didier
Deschamps is putting the finishing
touches on his World Cup squad
with two new call-ups looking to
make their debuts against the
Here are five things to know about
today s match:
Just like Franck Ribery eight years
ago, France has another exciting new-
comer pushing for his chance at the
Antoine Griezmann, a 22-year-old
winger, has scored 15 league goals for
Real Sociedad this season, impressing
with his cool finishing and ability to
score spectacular goals. He would
probably have been called up earlier
but was banned from representing
France until the end of 2013 for going
to a nightclub shortly before a playoff
match for the 2013 Under-21 Euro-
"I don t put myself under any pres-
sure when I play. For me it s a game,"
Griezmann said. "If the coach called
me up it s because he thinks I can
bring something to the team. I hope
I can prove it out on the pitch."
The parallel with the 30-year-old
Ribery is striking.
The Bayern Munich player made
his international debut just weeks
before the 2006 World Cup, and went
on to become one of France s best
players in the tournament as they
reached the final.
With Gael Clichy out of form for
Manchester City and unsure of his
place in the France team, Paris Saint-
Germain left back Lucas Digne has
a chance to break into the World Cup
Like Griezmann, the 20-year-old
Digne is set to make his debut against
the Dutch, with Clichy dropped from
"I hoped this chance would come,
it s what I ve worked for," Digne said.
"Raphael (Varane) and Paul (Pogba)
are examples for my generation.
They ve managed to make their mark.
of the (World Cup) list."
There seems to be another place
up for grabs, with veteran center half
Eric Abidal left out of the squad and
FC Porto s Eliaquim Mangala in line
to make his second international
After months of frustration, where
he could hardly score a goal and lost
his confidence, Karim Benzema is
peaking just in time for the World
The 26-year-old Benzema has been
in scintillating form for Real Madrid
recently, with 11 goals in his past 13
games while setting up numerous
goals for his teammates.
But things looked very bleak for
Benzema six months ago when he
went 15 games without an interna-
tional goal and lost his starting place
to Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud.
With Giroud s form dipping for
Arsenal, Benzema once again looks
favoured to lead the attack.
Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal
wants to see playmaker Wesley Snei-
jder in another position from where
he currently is playing for Turkish
Even though the 29-year-old Snei-
jder has scored eight goals in 17 league
games playing out wide for the Turk-
ish side, Van Gaal feels he s better
suited to a more central role.
Winger Arjen Robben is having one
of the best seasons of his career and
remains on track to break his personal
The 30-year-old Robben scored a
hat trick for Bayern Munich over the
weekend, taking his tally to 10 --- six
short of his record, set with Bayern
in the 2009-10 campaign. With 11
league games to go, and Bayern scor-
ing freely, he could beat that. (AP)
Eyes on Griezmann as
France meets Dutch
Brazil has 100 days
left to get Cup ready
Labourers work at the Arena da Baixada in Curitiba, Brazil, on February 18 in
a bid to get the stadium ready for the World Cup. AP Photo
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