With the World Cup fast approaching there is no doubt fans around the World will be sorting out there final preparations ahead of the tournament. For the English heading over it will certainly help to have a map covering the key locations that may be required and you can find this below! This will cover the likes of local hospitals and key travel locations.
Could this be the year we finally win another major trophy? At odds of 16/1 this firmly reflects the chances of the team as it is rather hope than expectation. Many punters will be looking to get there Betfair World Cup group stage bets on as England are certainly expected to make it through this stage. Having been drawn against Tunisia, Panama and Belgium it is a fairly decent draw with both Tunisia and Panama looking below standard sides. Belgium on the other hand have a squad full of incredible talent so are the likely winners of the group and possibly a key dark horse side to go on and land the trophy itself. Their key player is likely to be Manchester City star Kevin Du Bruyne who has played a vital role throughout in their record breaking season and if it was not for a perfect season from Salah he would likely have won the PFA Players player of the season.
The competition does have a very open look to it with no side really standing out as head and shoulders above the others. However Germany go in as the team to beat as they are the reigning Champions from 2014 and are just behind Brazil in the all-time leading charts for success in the competition. With the likes of the extremely experienced pair of Arsenal star Ozil and Bayern Munich legend Muller there is no doubt they are going to be contesting the latter end of the competition.
There key competition could come from leading 5 time title holders Brazil who have one of the most dangerous attacking lines in World football. With the likes of the Manchester City and Chelsea stars Jesus and Willian and of course Neymar. The PSG star is returning from an injury but there is no doubt he is now one of the greatest talents in football today. The World Cup just cannot come soon enough!