Over recent 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa preliminary matches, thousands of you have been enjoying our bigger, better and more interactive FIFA.comEMIRATES MatchCast. This weekend, the qualifiers return - and so does our MatchCast.
The MatchCast has always been one of the most popular applications on FIFA.com - and it's proving more enjoyable than ever for football fans around the globe after its most recent transformation. Instead of just focusing on one game, the FIFA.com editorial team provide you with a live commentary of the day's proceedings; analysing which teams are moving closer to a place at the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - and which teams are seeing their dreams slipping away.
There is also a section devoted to goal flashes - proving that FIFA.com has it on the net when it hits the net! Find out who has scored and where as the qualifying action unfolds. Our in-game data updates also give you information about every single game played in the qualifying round. You can check the line-ups and important match details such as scorers, substitutes and yellow and red cards.
The fans can have their say during every single minute of the qualifiers, thanks to our FanChat. Previously, this was limited to just the match which the MatchCast focused on, but now users can talk football from dawn until dusk! FIFA.com's extensive photo database will allow you to view the latest images from the games played around the globe, while you can now also check out the latest scores in one dedicated area.
We also have a brand new widget for you to download for free! The FIFA World Cup qualifying widget is a fully personalised tool, so that you can get the latest news, scores and standings of your team as they bid to qualify for South Africa 2010.
For a rundown on how to use the FIFA.comEMIRATES MatchCast, just click on 'The road to South Africa - LIVE coverage' on the right-hand side of this story.