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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group A

    Group A kicks off the World Cup proper and it’s an intriguing mix of teams to start - 4 nations from 4 continents and perhaps all teams could have a case for getting out of the group. Netherlands and Senegal...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group B

      Soccer vs Football, Geo-political matchups, and a British derby. According to FIFA rankings, Group B is the so-called group of death - but on paper it doesn't seem that way. All teams will be ranked within the top 22...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group C

    World Cup Group C brings another 4 nations from 4 different continents. Group C sold tickets the fastest when they went on sale with many pundits backing Argentina to win the title. The Argentinians are a force again having won...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group D

    Déjà vu for many of these teams. Australia faced France, Denmark and Peru 4 years ago. And they knocked out Peru (just) to face France & Denmark once again. France and the Danes drew, as did the Danes and the...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group E

     Two Former World Champions collide in the shape of Germany and Spain. Costa Rica join the party too; can Costa Rica spring a surprise like 2014 – they topped a group with Uruguay, Italy and England? Germany crashed out rock-bottom...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group F

    A fascinating group containing the last chance saloon of Golden generation Belgium, 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia, highly rated Morocco and the first qualified nation from North America, Canada. Belgium and Croatia appear to not present the same threat as...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group G

    Brazil have now gone 4 tournaments without winning the World Cup. Not even making the final. But their team looks as strong as it has done since 2002. World class players all over the pitch from Alisson/Ederson to Casemiro and...

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  • November 10, 2022 Elliot Fern

    Group H

    Perhaps the most wide open - Portugal, Uruguay, South Korea and Ghana. All have individual talents that can light up the biggest of stages. Whether that can transform to team unity is another question. You cannot mention a World Cup...

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