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Ahead of Friday’s draw, England are seeded in pot one along with Brazil, Spain, Argentina, Holland, Germany, Italy and hosts South Africa. Get all the BestPrice betting here.

Portsmouth have confirmed some of their players have not received their November salaries, the second time this season they have not been paid on time.

A Pompey statement read: “The majority of the first team squad have not yet received their November salaries.

“A proportion of their wages will be paid on Friday, with the club’s new owners working towards paying the remainder over the next few days.”

The Premier League side’s squad were also paid late for September.

Portsmouth were placed under a transfer embargo in late October until they settle debts owed to other English clubs .

Chief executive Peter Storrie stated last week that he expected the embargo to be lifted by the time the transfer window opens on 1 January, while manager Avram Grant has said he is confident he will have money to spend.

Ahead of Friday’s draw, England are seeded in pot one along with Brazil, Spain, Argentina, Holland, Germany, Italy and hosts South Africa. Get all the BestPrice betting here.

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