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WhoScored's worst-rated team of the 2018 World Cup

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WhoScored's worst-rated team of the 2018 World Cup As the teams of the World Cup are rattled out, now is as good a time as any to focus on the worst rated XI of the tournament. Here, we take a closer look at those who flattered to deceive using our unique rating system of those to make at least four appearances at the World Cup, with three of those ...

Player Ratings: Brazil 2-0 Mexico - Premier League midfielder the star man

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Player Ratings: Brazil 2-0 Mexico - Premier League midfielder the star man WhoScored.com walk through the ratings as Brazil earn a 2-0 win over Mexico to secure a spot in the quarter-finals...BRAZIL - 7.27Alisson - 6.77 - Not entirely convincing but relatively untested, forced into just one save and only his third of the entire tournament.Fagner - 7.28 - Struggled early on...

World Cup warm up: Brazil looking to take attacking game to the next level

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World Cup warm up: Brazil looking to take attacking game to the next level After Saturday’s exciting match ups, Sunday’s games felt a bit of a damp squib. However, Monday’s early meeting between Brazil and Mexico promises to live up to the billing. The Selecao are boiling to the surface nicely after a stuttering start to Russia 2018, which saw them draw 1...

The Best Bets: Final games in Group F predicted with tantalising odds

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The Best Bets: Final games in Group F predicted with tantalising odds Group F concludes on Wednesday afternoon and all four teams have a chance of progressing to the knockout stage of the 2018 World Cup. Mexico have a 100 per cent record after two matches and are favourites to advance to the round of 16 as winners. Germany, meanwhile, are second but are expected to ov...

World Cup warm up: The permutations ahead of Group F’s conclusion on Wednesday

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World Cup warm up: The permutations ahead of Group F’s conclusion on Wednesday The round of 16 matches are taking shape and two more teams will join Argentina, Portugal, Uruguay, Spain, France, Croatia, Russia and Denmark from Group F on Wednesday afternoon. All four teams from Group F have a chance of qualifying for the knockout phase of the 2018 World Cup, but Mexico and Ger...

World Cup warm up: Unconvincing Germany crave repeat of 2014 World Cup opener

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World Cup warm up: Unconvincing Germany crave repeat of 2014 World Cup opener Germany are aiming to become just the third nation to successful defend the World Cup and first since Brazil in 1962. The jury remains out as to whether Joachim Low’s side have improved since their last conquest, but they are still among the pre-tournament favourites in Russia this summer. Die...

World Cup Countdown: The ones to watch for Mexico

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World Cup Countdown: The ones to watch for Mexico Continuing our World Cup countdown, we take a closer look at Mexico having already run through Group F rivals Germany and Sweden.The north American powerhouse eased their way to Russia 2018 having lost just one of their 10 qualifying matches, winning six. Even then, that loss came at the hands of Ho...

Player Focus: Guillermo Ochoa Key to Mexico's Potential Progression

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Player Focus: Guillermo Ochoa Key to Mexico's Potential Progression Silvestre Varela’s late header in Portugal’s 2-2 draw with USA on Sunday night gave Paulo Bento’s side a fighting chance of progressing to the second round of the World Cup. Defeat would have seen them crash out of the competition having fallen to an embarrassing 4-0 defeat to Germ...

Player Focus: Javier Hernández Must Grasp his Chance to Impress in Brazil

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Player Focus: Javier Hernández Must Grasp his Chance to Impress in Brazil The World Cup provides the perfect opportunity for players to showcase their talents to the watching world. More importantly, those who have barely played for their club over the season have the chance to re-establish themselves as one of the best in their position.This could well be the case for Ma...

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