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In a very tight group with three teams seemingly fighting to advance to the Round of 16 with hosts Brazil, CONCACAF giants Mexico makes the short trip from North America to face Cameroon. This fixture is extremely important for both teams because victory for either team would leave them in a strong position to make the knock-out stages.

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The most historic event is about to kick-off and the world now turn its head to South America as Brazil open the curtains for the 2014 World Cup against 1998 third place nation Croatia. It is a very important game not just for both teams but for the other 30 teams to see what the atmosphere is like in the 'Samba Land.'

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With just three days away from the start of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil to kick-off, the world has turned its attention to South America. There are many injured stars that will be missing from the spectacle which has presented the chance for many young players to announce themselves to the football world. With that said, Yardie Sports takes a look at the top ten youngsters who could really make a big impression this summer at the 'Home of Football.'

Raheem Sterling

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Group D

The FIFA World Cup has over the years always manage to create the dreadful "Group of Death" and the  2014 World Cup in Brazil is no exception. Set up for fire works in the group stages, Group D features the first ever back to back champions in Uruguay, The ever popular but unpredictable England, many time champions of the world, Italy and the men from Concocaf, Costa Rica.

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When all 32 teams booked their place in the FIFA World Cup this summer in Brazil, there was a buzz created by the number of star players whose country failed to qualify. The like of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Robert Lewandowski, Gareth Bale, David Alaba, Marek Hamsik and Petr Cech were some names the football world would love to see at this historic event.

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Group C

There is always a group in the World Cup which least excites the general footballling public, except of course for those fans of the countries. Group C is one such group. However, in a group such has this one there is always a team who manages to get in the round of 16 (knock out phase) and create some major upsets.

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Photo: Brazil team  (Getty Images)


The most anticipated sporting event in the world is some fourteen (14) days way, as The Fifa World Cup is set to kick off on June 12, in Brazil. The world cup will host 32 teams from over seven (7) different continents, in groups of four (4) with eight (8) groups and only two(2) advancing from each to the knock phase.

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Photo: Landon Donovan (Getty Images)


Landon Donovan is perhaps the best oufield player to have ever pulled on the United States of  America's soccer shirt but was left out of the official squad for this summer's World Cup in Brazil. The veteran of three World Cups and scorer in two of the tournaments didn't make Jurgen Klinsmann's final 23 man squad.

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Liverpool's Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has suffered a knee injury that could keep him out of the World Cup. The 27 year old felt a problem in his knee during training and scans later revealed that he had a damaged meniscus that requires immediate surgery.