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While not technically the host team, Ivory Coast represents Africa’s best hope to advance. Led by fiery-tempered Didier Dogba — “One of the bet strikers in the world,” says Forrest — and a supporting cast including Chelsea teammmate Salomon Kalou and Barcelona’s Yaya Toure, Ivory Coast could be this year’s dark horse contender. But with Brazil the odds-on Group G favourite, Ivory Coast must upset Portugal in its opening match to create any chance of surprise.

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Argentina’s World Cup expectations lie largely on Lionel Messi. But even if Messi’s play is bang on, it will be interesting to see how the team — winners in ‘78 and ‘86 — perform under manager Diego Maradona.

As a player his legacy is unquestioned (he scored, arguably, the greatest goal in World Cup history, in 1986); however, “He’s not really cut out for management,” says Forrest. “What he does have is a stacked team with one of the best players in the world right now.”

That means pay attention when Lionel Messi is on the field.

FIFA’s 2009 World Player of the Year might be short (listed at 5′7″), but Messi possesses at lethal left foot and incredible dribbling ability. He’s already topped the 20-goal mark with club team Barcelona this season and a remarkable stretch in March that included a three-goal performance against Valencia. Even the biased English media have proclaimed him the best in the world.

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Despite being a perennial contender, England’s World Cup results — aside from its 1966 victory — have been gloomier than Old Blighty’s weather. But after storming through qualifying matches with 9 wins and 1 loss, England looks like a favourite.

The Three Lions’ roster features pugnacious forward Wayne Rooney, the unrivalled midfield duo Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard and manager Fabio Capello brings discipline and focus to a squad that has sorely lacked both previously.


Pay close attention to Wayne Rooney this year…

Rooney is at the peak of his abilities — the player England hopes will help end its 44-year World Cup drought. Just 24, Rooney is a singular talent on an England squad capable of going deep into the tournament.

Tenacious, powerful and immensely skilled, he can almost single-handedly determine a match’s outcome. “This is the best he’s ever been,” says Craig Forrest.

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