Germany's coach Joachim Loew (L) and US German coach Juergen Klinsmann (R). (AFP PHOTO / FRANCISCO LEONG - ODD ANDERSEN)
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Should Germany win, Ghana can go through if they beat Portugal and surpass the goal difference deficit of two between them and the United States.Portugal could also benefit from a U.S. loss by beating Ghana, but they would have to make up a goal difference deficit of five goals if they are to progress.If the U.S. win, the prospects for Ghana and Portugal are much bleaker.Having scored six and conceded only two in their games so far, Germany are four goals to the good in terms of goal difference, a gap that is highly unlikely to be bridged by Portugal or Ghana.
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