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FIFA confident vibrating St Petersburg pitch will be Confederations Cup ready

By Reuters
28 February 2017   |   4:33 am
FIFA says it is confident that the vibrating pitch at St Petersburg's Zenit Arena stadium will be fixed in time for the Confederations Cup in June.

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