WORLD CUP 2010: Rory Fallon and Chris Killen start in attack for New Zealand against Slovakia

14 June 2010 03:29
  Plymouth striker Rory Fallon and Middlesbrough's Chris Killen will lead New Zealand's World Cup challenge when they take on Slovakia in Group F on Tuesday afternoon in Rustenburg.   [LNB]Blackburn defender Ryan Nelsen captains the side, with Ipswich's Tommy Smith making it four England-based players bidding to give the All Whites their first win at the World Cup finals.   [LNB] Forward thinking: Fallon has been handed the task of shooting down Slovakia [LNB]New Zealand have appeared once before at the World Cup - in 1982, when they lost all three of their group matches.   [LNB]Manager Ricki Herbert named his side on Monday afternoon, with Ivan Vicelich coming into the midfield in place of Tim Brown who is recovering from shoulder surgery.   [LNB]Team: Paston, Reid, Nelsen (capt), Smith, Bertos, Vicelich, Elliott, Lockhead, Smeltz, Fallon, Killen.  [LNB] Click here to sign up for Sportsmail's daily World Cup emailRory Fallon: Armed guards won't let us meet the kidsGROUP F LOWDOWN: Italy, New Zealand, Paraguay and SlovakiaCLICK HERE FOR ALL THE LATEST NEW ZEALAND NEWS[LNB]  

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