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The tournament co-favorites kick off

Updated: June 15, 2010, 6:27 PM ET
By Rachel Ullrich | ESPN.com

What's on the line

Like the Brazil-North Korea game Tuesday, this matchup's result is rather a foregone conclusion. Spain should win -- should win handily -- and should make it out at the top of Group H without a problem. The squad has dominated the international scene for two years now, and most pundits expect that reign to continue through the World Cup. In this game, Spain will begin its campaign to show the world whether its title credentials are legitimate or whether it will buckle under ...

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