SANTIAGO - Chile have organised a World
Cup warm-up at home to Trinidad & Tobago for May, local media
reported on Thursday.
Coach Marcelo Bielsa sought the match, to be played in the
northern city of Iquique on May 5, because the Caribbean side
play a similar style to Honduras, Chile's first rivals at the
finals in South Africa, the daily La Tercera said.
Chile, who kick off Group H against Honduras in Nelspruit
on June 16 before facing Spain and Switzerland, have further
warm-ups against Mexico away, Northern Ireland and Israel at
home and New Zealand in South Africa.
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