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World Cup Group Standings on June 20

( -- The following is the updated World Cup 2014 Group Standings after Friday's latest set of contests.

Frances kept pole position in Group E with a thumping 5-2 victory over Switzerland.

The French team is on maximum six points from their opening two games, while Ecuador moved to send place and kept their knock-off round hunt alive with a come from behind 2-1 win over Honduras.

The surprised result of the day came from in Group D where four time World Cup champions Italy were stunned 1-0 by Costa Rica.

A very impressive Costa Rica side sealed their victory at Arena Pernambuco in Recife to book a World Cup last 16 place and top the Group D standings with six points.

The CONCACAF side's win meant that England are officially dumped from the World Cup with one group game to go.

Italy are second behind Costa Rica in the group standings, and tie with Uruguay with three-points.

World Cup Group Standings
----*Denotes qualified for last 16

Group A

Brazil flagBRA211024
Mexico flagMEX211014
Croatia flagCRO210123
Cameroon flagCMR2002-50

Group B

Netherlands flagNED220056*
Chile flagCHI220046*
Australia flagAUS2002-30
Spain flagSPA2002-60

Group C

Colombia flagCOL220046*
Ivory Coast flagCIV210103
Japan flagJPN2011-11
Greece flagGRE2011-31

Group D

Costa Rica flagCRC220036*
Italy flagITA210103
Uruguay flagURU2101-13
England flagENG2002-20

Group E

France flagFRA220066
Ecuador flagECU210103
Switzerland flagSWI2101-23
Honduras flagHON2002-40

Group F

Argentina flagARG110013
Iran flagIRN101001
Nigeria flagNGA101001
Bos-Herce flagBIH1001-10

Group G

Germany flagGER110043
USA flagUSA110013
Ghana flagGHA1001-10
Portugal flagPOR1001-40

Group H

Belgium flagBEL110013
Russia flagRUS101001
South Korea flagKOR101001
Algeria flagALG1001-10

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Omar Hall is a passionate writer. He covers several big events for SportingAlert, including the World Cup and European Championship. Omar is a fan of sports and is honored to do what he loves.

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