Chile, India, Kyrgyz Republic and Mexico have all won their first three games at the Homeless World Cup in Oslo, following the second day of matches.
India made it three wins from three games in Group A after defeating Scotland 5-3 and then Northern Ireland 8-2 on Wednesday. While the Irish did manage a 4-2 victory over the USA, the Scots lost again when playing Kenya, 8-3 the scoreline.
Mexico also have maximum points from their three matches in Group B, adding two more big victories; 9-2 against the Netherlands and 12-1 over Greece. The Republic of Ireland began with a 5-3 defeat of the Greeks and followd that up with a 7-2 win over Wales to sit second in the table.
Chile have yet to drop a point in Group C, adding wins over second-placed England (7-1) and Sweden (10-1). The Swedes did post a 5-0 success over Belgium, who then lost by one more to Norway.
Kyrgyz Republic lead France by three points in Group D, getting the only goal against Ivory Coast and later running out 8-1 winners over Egypt. France edged Egypt 3-2 but had a more comfortable result over Hungary, 8-3 winners.
Fixtures for Thursday 31st August:
Group A – Northern Ireland v Kenya, India v USA, Scotland v Northern Ireland, USA v Kenys
Group B – Republic of Ireland v Mexico, Netherlands v Wales, Netherlands v Republic of Ireland, Wales v Greece
Group C – England v Norway, Belgium v Chile, Norway v Sweden, England v Belgium
Group D – Kyrgyz Republic v Hungary, Ivory Coast v Egypt, Egypt v Hungary, Ivory Coast v France
The first matches kick-off at 11am. the last at 5.20pm and there is a live stream on youtube.
Pictured – Northern Ireland celebrating defeating the USA (@streetsoccerNI)