Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
All World Cup groups are sweet, but this one is particularly cosmopolitan, a real intercontinental bash that makes us want to watch the World Cup live at all times, forever.
Nobody could cope with the teamwork and inventiveness of the Germans in Brazil as they destroyed everything in their path on the way to winning the title. And this time of round, old Joey Löw has a wealth of megatalent at his disposal. No change there then.
Keep an eye out for Leipzig’s Timo Werner who is currently top scorer in the Bundesliga. World class Cup-Winners will all be there: your Goetzes, your Müllers, your Reus’s, your Kroos’s etc.
One of the players I’m most hyped about watching is Leroy Sané, whose premium displays for Man City this season make him straight up one of the best players in the World. Fight me on it.
Mexico hosted the World Cup in 1986, where they reached the quarter finals – the furthest they have ever manager.
They hold the record for second-round eliminations, having fallen at the second hurdle no fewer than six times.
Getting out of this group could be tricky though, as South Korea have the Ki, they have the secret, they have Son Hyeung-Min and they’re great to watch.
Swedish fans will be crowding pubs showing World Cup football live to see their boys in action, with their blue and yellow viking helmets reminiscent of a Norse Brazil. It hasn’t all been plain sailing for the Swedes since they reached the Final on home soil in 1958 - they have not qualified for the tournament since 2006.
The Swedes navigated a tricky qualifying group, beating France 2-1 and eliminating Netherlands on their way to Russia. They could be dark horses in this one - watch the football World Cup live on TV to find out.
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