With Murray in the ranks and an expected vociferous crowd in Glasgow, the momentum is with the hosts. (Andrew Milligan/PA via AP)
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Britain's rise from embarrassing Davis Cup lightweights to title contenders has been nothing short of spectacular and they will begin as slight favorites to reach a first final in 37 years against Australia Friday.Britain, though, have Murray – two of them in fact with Andy's less-celebrated brother Jamie fresh from reaching the U.S. Open doubles final with Australian John Peers.Belgium will rely heavily on mercurial world No. 15 David Goffin against an Argentina side featuring Leonardo Mayer as their top singles player in the continued absence of former U.S. Open champion Juan Martin del Potro.
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