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Croatia are up and running on the road to Euro 2012, while Greece know they must do better.
Group F looks like being keenly contested, with any number of sides harbouring ambitions of snatching a top-two finish.
Croatia, though, appear to be strong favourites to take top spot, with a 3-0 win over Latvia on Friday seeing them put down an early marker.
Mladen Petric put them on their way after 42 minutes in what could have been a tricky trip out on the road.
Ivica Olic then added a second on 51 minutes, before Darjo Srna put the seal on a comprehensive success eight minutes from time.
Elsewhere, Greece were held to a 1-1 draw on home soil by Georgia.
A point would not have been what the Greeks had hoped for ahead of kick-off, but it could have been a lot worse.
Alexander Iashvili handed the visitors a shock lead with just three minutes on the clock, but that effort was cancelled out when Nikos Spyropoulos spared the hosts' blushes on 72 minutes.
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Jose Holebas scored the winner as Greece beat Republic of Ireland 1-0 in Wednesday's friendly in Dublin.
Republic of Ireland welcome Greece to the Aviva Stadium in their first home game since the thrashing by Germany.
Greece climbed above opponents Slovakia into second spot in World Cup qualifying Group G with a narrow win in Bratislava.
Greece and Bosnia-Herzegovina maintained their unbeaten starts to World Cup qualifying Group G with a hard-fought goalless draw in Piraeus.
Second-half goals from Sotiris Ninis and Kostas Mitroglou gave Greece their second straight win in Group G with a 2-0 success over Lithuania.