Last Updated at 6:04 pm, June 25th 2010
It is full-time and Paraguay will enter the knockout stages as winners of Group F after this 0-0 draw. New Zealand deserve lots of credit for how they have performed in this tournament with three draws from three games.
New Zealand make their final change with Killen replaced by Jeremy Brockie.
New Zealand make their first change with Chris Wood replacing Fallon. Can the West Brom youngster fire the All Whites to the last 16?
Paraguay make a double change with Edgar Benitez and Barrios replacing the disappointing Cardozo and Valdez.
Santa Cruz wins a free-kick for Paraguay in a shooting position as he tumbles under Nelsen's challenge. The New Zealand skipper will miss his side's clash in the last 16 if they progress.
Martyn Hooper says he has money on Lucas Barrios to score first in this game. If Paraguay's forwards continue to struggle it might not be too long before we see the Borussia Dortmund striker.
Paraguay are now 4/5 to win this match with our friends at Sky Bet, New Zealand are 13/2 and the draw can be backed at 11/8.
The referee blows his whistle for half-time. It is 0-0 and neither team has looked like scoring so far. Paraguay are going to the last 16 and New Zealand are going home if the scores in Group F stay the same. Slovakia lead Italy 1-0 in the other game.
Santa Cruz becomes the second player to be booked in this match. Correct decision from the referee as his challenge on Killen was late.
Victor Caceres recovers from that challenge by fouling Fallon on the halfway line. He is booked and will miss Paraguay's clash in the last 16 if they progress.
Paraguay are 2/5 to win this match with our friends at Sky Bet, New Zealand are 7/1 and the draw is available at 10/3.
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