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# underdogs - Saturday 12 July, 2014

Sabella still hopeful over Di Maria fitness, says Argentina need 'perfect match'

“We have to remain very concentrated and close all the spaces open to them,” he says.

# underdogs - Sunday 29 June, 2014

Kenya take major step towards first-ever Rugby World Cup qualification

The east Africans pulled off an impressive victory over Namibia in Madagascar.

# underdogs - Friday 27 June, 2014

We're not great with the favourites' tag, says Westmeath boss Bealin

Westmeath manager Paul Bealin thinks the qualifier draw with Cavan suits his team.

# underdogs - Monday 26 May, 2014

'Sure what have we won?' - why Cork weren't complacent against Waterford

Cork Goalkeeper Anthony Nash is sure that complacency was not an issue at the weekend.

# underdogs - Tuesday 28 January, 2014

All you need to know about Italy ahead of the Six Nations

With just two home games to target, 2014 could be a lean year for the Azzuri.

# underdogs - Monday 2 December, 2013

Cratloe boss: 'We're sickened - I thought we'd the game won'

The Clare club nearly pulled off a massive shock in yesterday’s AIB Munster SFC club final.

# underdogs - Thursday 10 October, 2013

Scout's report: Edinburgh looking to catch Munster out at Murrayfield

Alan Solomons’ side are bottom of the Pro12, but will welcome a fresh start in Europe.

# underdogs - Sunday 21 July, 2013

In pictures: London outclassed in 1st ever Connacht final appearance Underdog's Tale This post contains images

In pictures: London outclassed in 1st ever Connacht final appearance

Mayo steamrollered their way to a third Connacht title in a row.

# underdogs - Tuesday 18 June, 2013

6 reasons why Tahiti's footballers are your new favourite team

One player climbs coconut trees for a living.

# underdogs - Monday 17 June, 2013

Tahiti: A true underdog story

The tiny South Pacific islanders paddle into uncharted waters when they take on Nigeria at the Confederations Cup in Brazil tonight.

# underdogs - Friday 16 November, 2012

Berdych keeps Czech Davis Cup hopes alive

The world number six levelled the final against much-fancied Spain with a win over Nicolas Almagro this evening.

# underdogs - Monday 20 August, 2012

Glamour tie: Pub team of ex-pats takes on Sweden's most successful side

A number of Irish and British amateur players will line out for Langholmen FC against IFK Gothenburg in the Swedish Cup tonight.

# underdogs - Thursday 5 July, 2012

Micheal McDermott: “You don’t want to have fear going into this game, you want to enjoy it.”

They may be rank outsiders but the Cavan native is looking forward to leading Clare into their first provincial senior football final in 12 years next Sunday.

# underdogs - Friday 25 May, 2012

Pro12 final: Ospreys make just one change for Leinster trip

Steve Tandy has stuck with 14 of the team which felled Munster in the semi-final, scrum half Rhys Webb is the only change.

# underdogs - Wednesday 5 October, 2011

WATCH: The Andorran football team's only ever competitive victory, plus 4 other shocks they (nearly) produced Underdogs This post contains videos

WATCH: The Andorran football team's only ever competitive victory, plus 4 other shocks they (nearly) produced

Ahead of Friday’s game, we look at the minnows record in international football, and find that they are capable of producing the odd surprise result.