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World and European champions Spain have several injury concerns, with midfield duo Xavi (hamstring) and Xabi Alonso (groin) both absent, as well as regular captain Iker Casillas (broken hand). Uruguay lost Gaston Ramirez after the midfielder suffered a leg injury while playing for Southampton at the weekend.
Northern Ireland are missing six players: Trevor Carson is absent with a finger injury, Ryan McLaughlin has a calf complaint, Ryan McGivern and Jamie Ward both have hamstring problems, Oliver Norwood has a foot injury and goalkeeper Roy Carroll will be rested.
England are without Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge (thigh), Tottenham’s Jermain Defoe (ankle) and Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick (hip). Theo Walcott could feature in a central role up front at some stage. Ronaldinho could start for Brazil after earning a recall for the first time in a year.
Wesley Sneijder, Rafael van der Vaart and Maarten Stekelenburg are all out for Netherlands, while Mario Balotelli is the headline act in the Italy squad and is expected to partner new AC Milan team-mate Stephan El Shaarawy up front.
The 'head-to-head' between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Lionel Messi will be the main event in Sweden, but the former's involvement is likely to be limited to just the first half as his coach Erik Hamren rests him. Argentina have more or less their full squad available.
Derby striker Conor Sammon will win his first full cap. The 26-year-old, who has scored seven goals for the Rams this season, will partner West Brom's Shane Long up front. Poland have a full-strength squad, but are without Hoffenheim midfielder Eugen Polanski as he prepares to serve a ban.
Leeds striker Ross McCormack has been withdrawn from Gordon Strachan's first Scotland squad due to illness. Rangers left-back Lee Wallace has been recalled and could feature as Scott Brown takes the captaincy for the first time.
Wales are boosted by the inclusion of Craig Bellamy and Jack Collison. Jason Brown replaces fellow goalkeeper Lewis Price, who was forced to pull out due to illness.
Bacary Sagna is set to make his first appearance for France since September 2011, while Moussa Sissoko, who stole the headlines with a two-goal performance for Newcastle against Chelsea at the weekend, is pushing for a start in midfield. Germany are without Mario Goetze (virus), Marco Reus (groin), Bastian Schweinsteiger (ankle) and Miroslav Klose (knee).