FIFA World Cup 2014: Final Draw

World Cup fans, the groups that will face each other this upcoming summer of 2014 – the official list has been released. In my opinion, the way the groups are distributed — are intriguing.

FIFA – Facebook April 23, 2013

Group A

Brazil, Croatia, Mexico, and Cameroon

Group B

Spain, Netherlands, Chile, and Australia

Group C

Colombia, Greece, Cote d’Ivoire, and Japan

Group D

Uruguay, Costa Rica, England, and Italy

Group E

Switzerland, Ecuador, France, and Honduras

Group F

Argentina, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Iran, and Nigeria

Group G

Germany, USA, Portugal, and Ghana

Group H

Belgium, Algeria, Russia, and South Korea

The groups are exciting. For example, Group B has Spain and the Netherlands. These two faced each other in the final match back in 2010. For the Netherlands, their match against Spain is extremely personal because they will face each other during the 16th round. It is possible that both teams may qualify for the quarter finals; however, in my view, Spain versus Netherlands is redemption for the clockwork orange. It’s their chance to beat Spain in the early rounds, but let’s keep in mind that almost four years later – Spain’s team has maintained the same level of greatness since they won UEFA EURO in 2008. Now, another interesting one is Group G. The four teams have appeared in previous World Cups; therefore, this group is an experienced one in comparison to Group F that is varied in terms of World Cup appearances. If I would rank it, the percentages appear as the following 50% experienced, 25% Debutant, 25% Fewest appearances. Still, never judge a book by it’s cover. Like in every World Cup, surprises always happens. It is inevitable.

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