World Cup 2018: Who are the favorites to win the tournament in Russia? UPDATED

World Cup 2018: Who are the favorites to win the tournament in Russia? UPDATED

The world cup is just 4 days away and all the teams are prepared for the upcoming fixtures. Every team has prepared 100 % and all of them want to give their all to win some respect at the tournament, but there is only one who is going to lift the trophy. Well, we have chosen 5 times who have a better chance than other nations to win the World Cup 2018.

Germany

They won the World Cup in 2014 and if they ask us, the Germans should be considered the favorites to do the same thing again this summer. Joachim Löw could really choose at least two different XI’s of the highest quality on a given day and have at least one world-class player at his disposal for each position in the field. A genuinely terrifying proposal.

Brazil

The monotonous years of Dunga are already a thing of the past, 7-1 is a distant memory and Verde-Amerela de Tite are heading to Russia full of confidence. They broke in their qualifying campaign and have some of the most dangerous attack talents on the planet. Be attentive to these guys, who are sensational.

Spain

Spain’s sensational run of international success finally ended with a disappointing performance at Euro 2016, but they remained undefeated in the World Cup qualifying and it is unlikely that an exciting team of old masters combined with emerging talents will become a skinny service in two consecutive tournaments.

Argentina

Like many of the nations already mentioned in this list, the shortage of recent international successes in Argentina really is a true wonder. After narrowly avoiding the disaster by qualifying for the tournament this summer at 11 o’clock, it’s time for Lionel Messi and company to go on the world stage because for some of them, this could be their last chance to do so.

France

In theory, the French will have the most delicious talent collection of the tournament. The great challenge for Didier Deschamps will be to get players like Antoine Griezmann, Paul Pogba and Ousmane Dembélé to play at the level expected of their high reputations. This summer marks 20 years since the last time Les Bleus won a World Cup and his next triumph had already been delayed.

 

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