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Robben eyes Cameroon test

2010-06-21 20:05

Johannesburg - Dutch winger Arjen Robben believes he is fit enough to make his World Cup bow against Cameroon on Thursday after recovering from a thigh injury.

"These last few days I have trained normally without any problems. Now I feel like I need to play a game to rediscover my rhythm."

The 26-year-old Bayern Munich player has played no role in The Netherlands opening two World Cup Group E successes against Denmark and Japan, which saw them become the first side safely through into the last 16, after suffering his injury in a warm-up victory over Hungary.

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