8 Teams Who Can Win the FIFA World Cup 2018

Here we are come up with teams forcast details which  we think can win in FIFA World Cup 2018. It is the season of FIFA World cup so stay updated with latest stats and details about the Game and sports which you like.

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1. Portugal: The defending Euro champions have shown that they are not over-reliant on Ronaldo. Even though Ronaldo had his Euro final journey cut short by Payet, Portugal still got the better of France. The likes of Bernardo Silva and André Silva have also been in great form. This could well be Ronaldo’s last WC and he would want to improve his record in the World Cup having only scored 3 goals in 13 World Cup ties.

2. Argentina: No country is more reliant on one player than Argentina. Messi almost single-handedly brought Argentina to the World Cup by scoring a hat-trick against Ecuador in their last World Cup qualifying game. Mauro Icardi not playing this World Cup is a big loss for the Argentinian squad and their group being the group of death makes this an uneasy situation for Argentina. But Argentina is Argentina and Messi is Messi.

3. France: What makes France special is the number of goal-scorer’s in their team. Griezmann, Mbappé, Fekir, Dembélé can all turn games on their heads on their days. The likes of Pogba and Kanté can mend the midfield with ease. Varane and Umtiti are a force to deal with and Lloris is a great shot stopper. This shows that France have wonderfully talented individuals everywhere on the pitch and could go all the way.

4. Brazil: Brazil have always been a threat. This time there will be a huge headache for Tite as to who shall start up top and at goal. Firmino or Jesus? Allison or Ederson? Other than this dilemma, where to play Coutinho (if he plays him at all) and who to play at right wing will be tougher calls to take. Despite all this, Brazil have the left-winger (after Ronaldo) and one of the best benches at their disposal.

5. Germany: Who can forget the defending champions? They might have not selected their 2014 World Cup Final winning goal-scorer and might be without veterans Lahm, Klose and Schweinsteiger but their squad is still, by no means, depleted. Neuer’s participation in the World Cup is still a doubt but Germany have a great deputy in ter Stegen. Also, Löw has the experience of winning the World Cup which may be handy.

6. Belgium: One of the classiest midfields with Hazard and De Bruyne, Belgium could be the most free-flowing team this World Cup. Lukaku has been in excellent form for his nation and Mertens has scored 22 goals this season. Also their centre-backs have good chemistry and are strong in the air and Belgium have one of the tallest keepers in the world. They were excellent in qualifying, winning 9 out of 10 games and drawing the other one.

7. Spain: There has been a transitional time at Spain. From the likes of Xavi, Iniesta and Puyol (all Barça players) to Isco, Asensio and Ramos (all Real players) , Julen Lopetegui has a certain liking for Real players and disliking for Barça players. Also he isn’t a fan of Chelsea players as he has dropped all of Morata, Alonso and Fàbregas. The likes of Silva and Costa would be critical for Spain’s chances at the World Cup.

8. England: Last but not the least, England, the team whose dependence on Kane is not good. England have exciting young talents like Alexander-Arnold, Rashford and Alli along with experienced players like Young, Cahill and Henderson. So, does this mean that England have the perfect blend? Not really, because other than Kane, nobody has any idea about who is going to start. This causes unpredictability, both for England and their opponents.