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Thursday 30 July 2015

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25Jul
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1-1
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22 Jul 2015 - 18:00 Local time
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Italy_123
Italy_123 (Italy)
I don't know about Mexico...with Herrera gone it could be tough, he was a great coach that took Mexico to a whole new level.
Italy_123
Italy_123 (Italy)
Netherlands, Sweden. I think Sweden can steal the second spot from France, considering that France barely qualified for the last World Cup. Sweden has talent, they will show it. Portugal, Switzerland. These 2 are obvious, they will have no problem. Austria, Republic of Ireland. Wales are OVERRATED. Just because Bale scored 1 goal against Belgium doesn't make you a top 10 quality team. Wales won't qualify, even in this easy group. Romania, Poland. Wow...what a dream draw. Romania are overrated too, what have they done? But they aren't that bad and Romania will take the top spot. This is Poland's golden opportunity, they just have to hope that they get an easy draw in the playoff round. England, Slovakia. It doesn't get much easier for England, the perfect draw, the perfect teams. Slovakia is getting better, and this will be a huge test. Germany, Czech Republic. Germany, of course, and the Czech Republic. They are one of few teams that I think are underrated, they have a very solid team that will definitely take the second spot. Belgium, Bosnia. Well Belgium are in, and Bosnia will take the second, it looks pretty clear. Croatia, Ukraine. This is one of the closest to call because Croatia still isn't elite and Ukraine will want to be in the World Cup this time after the heartbreak they had trying to qualify for Brazil 2014. Ukraine can win the playoff this time, and I am sticking with Croatia for the top spot. Spain/Italy, Spain/Italy. Closest to call out of all groups. I actually have no idea who will take the top spot and I'm not saying this just because Italy is my country, it is impossible to choose. I am sure that Italy and Spain will take the top 2, the other teams have no chance. I am also sure that whoever comes in second will win in the playoff. But even though Spain has better odds to take the group, Spain's days of their fast offense are over, but the days of the Italian legend Pirlo are also over. Buffon might still be the goalie, but if not then it will be Salvatore Sirigu. When I first saw the group I said to myself, is Italy even going to qualify for the World Cup? Spain always sounds like a threat, but some of their superstars are retired. After Uefa Euro 2016, I will predict who will win the group. The playoff winners will be Italy/Spain, Switzerland, Sweden, Ukraine

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