The FIFA World Cup 2006 tournament won’t get underway in Germany until early June, but computer writers are already attempting to cash in on the planet’s most popular sporting event with viruses aimed at deceiving eager soccer fans.

Researchers at UK-based Sophos released notification of a new attack that infects Excel files and has been disguised as a spreadsheet charting the national teams participating in the World Cup.

Identified by the company as XF97/Yagnuul-A, the virus lives in an Excel file that offers to help people set up fantasy sports competitions related to the international soccer championship, and also attempts to market itself specifically to fans of the English Premiership, one of the world’s top professional leagues.

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