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BRAZIL'S rendezvous with the World Cup looks set to end when they take on Germany in the semi-finals of the tournament tomorrow morning.
The South American hosts of the tournament may find it tough to overcome the Germans in Belo Horizonte, with their talisman Neymar ruled out by injury...
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