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Guide to All 32 FIFA World Cup 2014 Teams: Key Players, Predicted Line-Ups & More

world cup draw fifa Guide to All 32 FIFA World Cup 2014 Teams: Key Players, Predicted Line Ups & More

The draw and schedule for the 2014 FIFA World Cup has been set in stone, but how much do you know of the 32 teams that will be playing in the tournament?

World Soccer Talk has you covered with previews of every team — featuring predicted line-ups, key players, honors won and much more to give you the insight you need to know your competition!

Here are the team previews for the FIFA World Cup 2014 teams:

Team previews, in alphabetical order:

Algeria: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Argentina: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Australia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Belgium: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Bosnia and Herzegovina: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Brazil: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Cameroon: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Chile: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Colombia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Costa Rica: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Croatia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Ecuador: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
England: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
France: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Germany: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Ghana: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Greece: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Holland: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Honduras: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Iran: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Italy: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Ivory Coast: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Japan: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Mexico: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Nigeria: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Portugal: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Russia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
South Korea: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Spain: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Switzerland: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
United States: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Uruguay: World Cup 2014 Team Preview

world cup travel Guide to All 32 FIFA World Cup 2014 Teams: Key Players, Predicted Line Ups & More

Team previews, by group:

Group A

Brazil: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Croatia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Mexico: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Cameroon: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group B

Spain: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Holland: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Chile: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Australia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group C

Colombia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Greece: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Ivory Coast: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Japan: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group D

Uruguay: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Costa Rica: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Italy: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
England: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group E

Switzerland: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Ecuador: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
France: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Honduras: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group F

Argentina: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Bosnia and Herzegovina: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Iran: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Nigeria: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group G

Germany: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Portugal: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Ghana: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
United States: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Group H

Belgium: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Algeria: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
Russia: World Cup 2014 Team Preview
South Korea: World Cup 2014 Team Preview 

Who are you looking forward to watching at the 2014 World Cup? Who is going to shine? Who is going to shock? Who will be lifting the trophy on July 13th 2014?

Let me know in the comments section or on Twitter: @MattJFootball

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