Top 3 Favorite Countries Who Can Lift Fifa 2018

As the game of soccer intensifies in Russia the biggest question in everyone’s mind is who will win the 2018 World Cup? We also take a halt from informing you just about the new trend in fashion for men and men new style as we take a plunge into the exciting game of soccer.

1. Germany:

According to the available indications, statistics, and odds available from the betting ground that is underway, Germany seems to be the most favorite of all. The 2014 World Cup champions are also currently ruling the charts primarily based on the team’s recent performances especially during their qualifying round in the UEFA Group C where they scored 43 goals. This solid team is ready to lift the World Cup once again in 2018 and will then become the second team to do so in World Cup history. After winning the title they will also share the position with Brazil as the team with a maximum number of World Cup titles.



2. Brazil:

The Brazilian team seems to be the hot favorites based on their recent team performances, the comprehensive line-up of players and the winning potential. Not to forget that Brazil is the only team in the world that had won the two successive World Cups in the years 1958 and 1962 and had the talent to reach the finals three times in a row from 1994 to 2002, out of which they had won twice! With the sturdy and reliable players like Neymar, Gabriel Jesus, Roberto Firmino, Willian, and Casemiro the team will face little problems in its group comprising of Switzerland, Costa Rica, and Serbia.

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3. Spain:

The La Furia Roja or The Red Fury might emerge as a dark horse, as the head coach Julen Lopetegui has been aggressively working on the team. According to analysts, their current performance and the players are far better than neighboring France and can once again surprise the betters by lifting the title, the Spanish national team last lifted the World Cup in 2010. Their Tiki-taka style of game is widely acclaimed and is believed to give them extraordinary control over both the ball and the opponent.