Everything about 32 teams and their ability to win at the 2018 World Cup (Part 1)
The World Cup is coming closer than ever! Just less than 1 week, 32 teams will come to the country to compete beautiful Russian for the most prestigious trophy on the planet.
If you still do not have much information about this tournament, here will be all the information about the 32 teams that will participate in the 2018 World Cup, and this is everything about 32 teams and their ability to win at the 2018 World Cup!
Group A: Russia, Uruguay, Egypt, Saudi Arabia
FIFA World Ranking: 70
Key players: Fyodor Smolov, Anton Miranchuk, Aleksei Miranchuk
Best scenario: Unfortunately, Russia is one of the lowest ranked teams in the World Cup this year, however, with the Miranchuk twin, Russia is likely to be impressive and pass the group stage, even advance to the final to make miracles.
Worst scenario: Maybe the home team will need a lot of support from the Russian audience to be able to pass the group stage with Uruguay and Egypt. Saudi Arabia is likely to be defeated by Russia on the opening day of the World Cup.
FIFA World Ranking: 14
Key players: Luis Suarez, Diego Godin
Best scenario: Uruguay is a potential team that no one team can despise, high possibility they will surpass Russia and Egypt, Saudi Arabia. Then confront the other giants to reach the semi-finals.
Worst case scenario: Uruguay may well be losing to Egypt with a better display of Mohamed Salah and finally failing to pass the group stage.
FIFA World Ranking: 45
Key players: Mohamed Salah, Ahmed Hegazi
Best scenario: Mohamed Salah continues to be the brightest star, bringing Egypt to the quarterfinals or even the semi-finals of the tournament.
Worst scenario: Unfortunately, Mohamed Salah – Egypt’s greatest hope has been injured and will miss their first match against Uruguay on 15 June. The injury will also affect his form as well as the team and cause Egypt to lose Uruguay, not escape the group stage.
- Saudi Arabia
FIFA World Ranking: 67
Key players: Mohammad al-Sahlawi, Fahad al-Muwallad
Best scenario: Saudi Arabia will surprise the winner of Russia, but it is difficult to overcome Uruguay.
Worst scenario: Saudi Arabia is underestimated, not even scoring at this year’s World Cup.
Group B: Portugal, Spain, Iran, Morocco
FIFA World Ranking: 4
Key players: Cristiano Ronaldo, Rui Patricio
Best scenario: Ronaldo continues to make another mark on the 2018 World Cup, just like the Portuguese won the Euro 2016.
Worst scenario: The team’s defenses continue to be disappointing and Ronaldo’s sloppy form will cause Portugal to drop out early, even from the group stage.
FIFA World Ranking: 10
Key players: Diego Costa, David Silva, Andres Iniesta, Sergio Ramos
Best scenario: Spain won Portugal and won the group stage, then reached the final to raise the championship.
Worst scenario: Cristiano Ronaldo will break the Spanish net, making this team ranked second in the group stage and face many difficulties in the next match.
FIFA World Ranking: 37
Key players: Sardar Azmoun, Ehsan Hajsafi
Best scenario: When it comes to skipping the group stage in miracles like Spain, Portugal, maybe a win against Morocco is a good thing.
Worst scenario: Iran can not win a match.
FIFA World Ranking: 41
Key players: Ayoub El Kaabi, Hakim Ziyech
Best scenario: Victory for Iran, then try to score in the grid of the two giants in the group stage.
Worst scenario: Same as Iran.
Group C: France, Peru, Denmark, Australia
FIFA World Ranking: 7
Key players: Olivier Giroud, Hugo Lloris, Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappe
Best Case: Gaulois chickens will be invincible in the group stage, advancing to the finals, defeating Germany and Brazil to win the championship.
Worst case: France made the audience disappointed, only ranked second in the group stage and was eventually destroyed Lionel Messi in the next round.
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FIFA World Ranking: 11
Key players: Paolo Guerrero, Alberto Rodríguez, Pedro Gallese
Best scenario: Peru won easily against Denmark, Australia to advance to the group stage.
Worst scenario: Peru lost to Denmark, then easily defeated by France and failed to pass the group stage.
FIFA World Ranking: 12
Key players: Christian Eriksen, Thomas Delaney
Best scenario: Denmark will advance to the group stage with France winning, helping the team get a good position in the next round. Eriksen will shine and help the team advance.
Worst scenario: Like the 2010 World Cup, Denmark will lose miserably before Peru, then down morale and can not pass the group stage.
FIFA World Ranking: 36
Key players: Tim Cahill, Aaron Mooy, Mathew Ryan
Best Scenario: Tim Cahill will join the team to win the first two matches in the group stage.
Worst scenario: Australia will score 0-3, the team is too weak in this league!
Group D: Argentina, Croatia, Iceland, Nigeria
FIFA World Ranking: 5
Key players: Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Paulo Dybala
Best scenario: Messi will continue to prove he is one of the world’s No. 1 players, with the help of his teammates, Argentina through the group stage, to the final. Do not forget the “monster” Sergio Aguero, he will create for Messi to hit the net to win the most powerful team.
Worst scenario: After a difficult “group” than expected, Argentina will face strong teams and finally eliminated, Aguero missed the championship he expected.
FIFA World Ranking: 20
Key players: Mario Mandzukic, Luka Mondric, Ivan Rakitic
Best Screenplay: Mondric and Rakitic show a high performance, win over Nigeria and take a point from Argentina to advance to the next round.
Worst case scenario: Iceland will defeat Croatia in the final round of the group stage, causing the team to pile up the World Cup soon.
FIFA World Ranking: 22
Key players: Gylfi Sigurdsson, Albert Gudmundsson
Best scenario: Iceland made a surprise similar to Euro 2016, earned the Argentine 1 point, then beat Nigeria and advanced to the round.
Worst scenario: The smallest country team ever to take part in the World Cup is likely to fail and then be eliminated from the tournament.
FIFA World Ranking: 48
Key players: Mikel John Obi, Alex Iwobi
Best scenario: Alex Iwobi becomes the hero of Nigeria, winning a victory over Croatia or Iceland in the group stage.
Worst case scenario: Nigeria lost the first match, then failed and could not escape the group stage.