Ravi Ubha takes a look at all four groups, including England's supposedly lucky draw and the "Group of Death" with Portugal, Germany, Denmark and Netherlands -- and offers predictions on which teams will go through.
Coach Jurgen Klinsmann continued to alter parts of the U.S. lineup in Friday's loss to France, with mixed results arising from the changes, writes Ravi Ubha.
The U.S. suffered its fourth defeat in six games under Jurgen Klinsmann. Ravi Ubha breaks down the match in Paris.
Ahead of his sixth game in charge of the U.S., and a daunting one at that against France, Jurgen Klinsmann hasn't yet been able to orchestrate the goal rush that American fans crave, writes Ravi Ubha.
Some of Europe's traditional powers have work to do on the final day of group play to ensure qualification for Euro 2012, writes Ravi Ubha.
While most of the favorites close in on qualification for the 2012 Euros, traditional powers Russia and France face tough tests in their midweek group matches, writes Ravi Ubha.
In the past 24 hours, Alex Morgan has scored her first World Cup goal and received a slew of marriage proposals. All in a day's work for America's rising star, writes Ravi Ubha.
Against France, Hope Solo once again proved that she's been the tournament's premier show-stopper, writes Ravi Ubha.
We take a look at all the key factors going into the U.S.-France World Cup semifinal.
After a troubling qualifying campaign and doubts about coach Raymond Domenech, many experts don't expect a deep run from France.
Injuries, poor play, lineup headaches and now a prostitution scandal has France entering the World Cup in disarray, writes Ravi Ubha.
Ravi Ubha talks with former French star Bixente Lizarazu about the travails of the French team and about Les Bleus' chances in the World Cup.
Michael Owen went from promising prospect to global sensation when he electrified the '98 World Cup for England. Which current international upstarts are most likely to light up Johannesburg?
Speedy midfielders from Brazil? Nah. High-scoring forwards from France? Nope. The hottest property in English soccer right now is American goalies.