Top 5 Hot favorite teams of this World Cup

The FIFA World Cup is just less than a month away. 32 countries are participating in this biggest event of football this year to be held in Russia. Everyone’s eyes are on the trophy. People have already made predictions about the top teams. Here are the hot favorites of this World Cup.

 

Germany

Some of the major players of Germany have retired like Philipp Lahm. They got defeated by France in the semi-final of Euro Cup 2016. Still, Germany had great days on international football and they are undoubtedly one of the hot favorites this time.

Brazil

Many Brazilian fans cannot brush off the memory of being crushed by Germany in the 2014 World Cup. Still, the fans have not stopped supporting Brazil. They had two major blows following that World Cup also. They lost against Paraguay in the quarter-final of 2015 Copa America. They had to leave Centenario in 2016 at the group stage. Now the team has some talented young players who are showing hope for the team in this World Cup.

France

Though France couldn’t win the Euro Cup 2016, great things are expected of them in this World Cup. They have the strongest line-up. There are a number of young talented players in the team who may show some outstanding performance on this World Cup.

Spain

Spain has shown some great performances over the years. They had won the World Cup in 2010 and the Euro Cup in 2012. However, they were defeated by Brazil in the Confederations Cup in 2013. In the World Cup qualifiers, they performed well and that’s why it’s one of the favorite teams.

Argentina

Argentina had a rough journey this time. They even had the risk of not being qualified for the World Cup this year. However, they beat Ecuador in Quito and confirmed their participation in the World Cup. Argentina has pulled themselves back and shown that they can handle the pressure. So, they are one of the top favorites now.

So, who is your favorite team? If your team is on this list then there is high chance that your favorite team may win this year’s World Cup. Well, we just have to wait and see.

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