A dream or difficult draw?
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After a glittering ceremony at the Frankfurt Congress Centre, the Official Draw for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011™ in Germany is complete, and the 16 contenders for the trophy finally know the identity of their group stage opponents.

Germany are the seeds in Group A and meet Canada, Nigeria and France. Is that a tough group for the world champions, or has the bar been set low for the host nation?

USA, the number one nation in the FIFA/Coca Cola Women’s World Ranking, landed in Group C with Korea DPR, Sweden and newcomers Colombia. What’s your assessment of this group? The USA face Korea DPR in the group stages of a FIFA Women’s World Cup for the fourth time in a row, and meet the Swedes for the third time in succession, but Colombia are a totally untried proposition. Overall, have the two-time world champions been handed an easy ride?

Elsewhere, Japan, New Zealand, Mexico and England face off in Group B, while Group D matches Brazil with Australia, Norway and Equatorial Guinea.

Fans, experts and pundits from all over the world are now busily dissecting their teams’ prospects, but what do you think of the group line-ups for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2011 in Germany? Which side is in a good position to progress, and which are underdogs? In this week’s Have Your Say debate, FIFA.com wants your opinions on the following question:

Which is the toughest group?

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