Attack, attack, attack seems to be the entire football philosophy in Chile

A team with few stars will need to work as a collective unit to progress far

The reigning European champions are one of the favourites to go all the way

A new country looking to make an impression at their first World Cup

Not a one man team by any stretch, but much depends on Cristiano Ronaldo

Didier Drogba is just one of the many Europe-based players looking to impress

It is impossible to think the North Koreans can cope with Brazil and Portugal

Having beaten Bahrain to get this far all eyes will be on the kiwi team

Guaranteed entertainment from the players on the pitch and fans in the stands

South America's forgotten team are hoping to build on recent development

A regular World Cup favourite will hope to provide entertainment on the pitch

Current world champions will look to enhance their global reputation

Could scrape through the group but seem unlikely to go much further

A powerhouse of African football but unlikely to make waves at this level

An excellent qualification means hopes are high for a new generation of Danes

Political instability and upheaval have not sated Serbia's love of the game

Regular under-performers will look to recreate supposed glory years

A sport mad nation will be demanding better things from their football heroes

Good performances against England could see players make a summer transfer

Algeria’s first appearance in a FIFA World Cup competition for 24 years

One of the most consistent sides in international football is back again

Only the second time the Euro 2004 champions have qualified for the World Cup

Can the boys in red, white and blue be taken seriously on the soccer stage?


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