World Cup 2010 in South Africa! Who Will Win? Top 10 Predictions

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World Cup 2010 in South Africa! Who Will Win? Top 10 Predictions

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.



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he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.



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he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.



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he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.



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he FIFA World Cup. The biggest sporting event on the entire planet. Millions tune it to cheer on their country every four years. 32 countries each with 23 men that carry the hopes of their entire nation. But only one country will come away will the coveted FIFA World Cup Trophy and be crowned "Champions of the World".

Let's look at predictions for this years World Cup.

1. Spain- Will so many superstars on the squad and the current form of the team it seems Spain are the favorites to win the World Cup. Once Cesc Fabregas recovers from injury the squad will look almost unbeatable on paper... but games are never won on paper.

2. Brazil- Also with an impressive squad, Brazil could also very well claim the trophy. Goalkeeper Julio Cesar has been in incredible form and won the Champions League and Serie A title with fellow Brazillian teammates Maicon and Lucio.

3. Netherlands- A recent smashing of Hungary (6-1) shows why the Netherlands are such a good team. However star player Arjen Robben was injured in that friendly with Hungary and may not be able to play in the tournament.

4. England- Always a force to be reckoned with, England are looking to take the title this year. However injuries have been ever present in the England squad, most recently defender Rio Ferdinand has been ruled out. Star striker Wayne Rooney, however, has been excellent for his club, Manchester United, scoring 26 goals in the season and possibly more if it weren't for the injury he sustained during the end of the season.

5. Italy- Italy won the World Cup in 2006 and want to defend that title. However, they have been unconvincing in international friendly warm-up games. They lost to Mexico 2-1 and drew with Switzerland 1-1.

6. Germany- Recently won a 3-1 victory over Bosnia-Herzegovina and looked to win more games during the Cup.

7. Argentina- Argentina has one one of the best players in the World if not the best player in the world, Linel Messi. However, they nearly did not qualify for the World Cup with unconvincing displays in their qualifiers.

8. USA- Matched up with England in their first match of the tournament he USA look to upset again like in 1950 beating England 1-0. Bob Bradley's men have been looking in good form recently and even when fielding a weakened squad against Australia in their last warm-up before the tournament, still managed a 3-1 victory over the socceroos.

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