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Indonesia to host 2018 World Cup finalists Iceland in January friendlies

PJ Roberts assesses if Rafael van der Vaart is suited for a move to Indonesian club Bali United.

Indonesia will host World Cup finalists Iceland for two friendly matches in January.

The visitors are scheduled to face an Indonesia Selection on Jan. 11 before a match against the Indonesia national team on Jan. 14.

There is much to be learned from the Icelanders' success. They have done it with very limited human resources and a population which is less than 0.5 percent of Indonesia's.

They have gone from outsiders to contenders with a golden generation of players. Everton playmaker Gylfi...

Jorge Sampaoli optimistic after Diego Maradona criticises Argentina

The ESPN FC crew feel Group D which contains Argentina, Iceland, Croatia and Nigeria could prove to be the most exciting group of them all.
Nigeria will again face Argentina at a World Cup, after both were drawn into Group D with Iceland and Croatia.

Argentina coach Jorge Sampaoli reassured fans his national team will be "very competitive" at the 2018 World Cup despite criticism from Diego Maradona following Friday's draw.

After the Albiceleste were placed in Group D with Croatia, Iceland and Nigeria. Argentina legend Diego Maradona, who helped conduct the draw, expressed reservations over his country's prospects.

"Argentina cannot play any worse than they are doing," he told TYC Sports. "Argentina have a manageable group but they have to...

 By Nick Miller

World Cup Group D: Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Lionel Messi and Argentina have the toughest World Cup group.

Intriguing can be a pejorative word in football, because so often it just means: "Dull, but I'm pretending to be interested on an intellectual level."

But this genuinely could be the most intriguing group of the first round. You have Lionel Messi's (probable) last attempt at international greatness, the unpredictability of a Croatia side who sacked their coach before their playoffs, the possibility that tiny Iceland could repeat their Euro 2016 heroics and a fresh and exciting Nigeria side.

There's...