Brazil World Cup 2014 Groups Predictions: All Eyes On Coach Scolari and Neymar To Lead Home Team To 6th Trophy; 22-Year Has Pele’s Potential

Brazil World Cup 2014 Groups predictions are hovering over Louis Scolari and Brazil. Despite high expectations and a disappointing quarterfinals play in the last two World Cup matches, Brazil need this win at Brazil World Cup 2014 to seal their title for a sixth time to make it a runaway victory.

The faithful and loyal Brazilian fans will add some excitement and emotional boost to Brazil’s World Cup 2014 play, say commentators. It’s unlikely that the Brazilian followers, devout yet demanding will pressurize the Brazil team.

“I like to think that playing at home will be beneficial to Brazil, that the support of fans and family will give us a boost like it did in the Confederations Cup,” says’s Tatiana Ramil adding, “I think the pressure will be on our opponents, who will have to face Brazil at home with the support of the home crowd.”

At any rate Brazil does have to take some responsibility to put in their best effort to win the Brazil World Cup 2014 groups tournament.

Here’s the squad for World Cup 2014 group play:

World Cup 2014: Brazil’s Complete Roster

Position Player Club

GK Julio Cesar Toronto FC (On Loan from QPR)

GK Jefferson Botafogo

GK Victor Atletico Mineiro

DEF Dante Bayern Munich

DEF David Luiz Chelsea

DEF Thiago Silva Paris St. Germain

DEF Henrique Napoli

DEF Dani Alves Barcelona

DEF Maicon Roma

DEF Marcelo Real Madrid

DEF Maxwell Paris St. Germain

DEF Rafinha* Bayern Munich

DEF Miranda* Atletico Madrid

DEF Filipe Luis* Atletico Madrid

MID Fernandinho Manchester City

MID Hernanes Inter Milan

MID Luiz Gustavo VfL Wolfsburg

MID Oscar Chelsea

MID Paulinho Tottenham Hotspur

MID Ramires Chelsea

MID Willian Chelsea

MID Bernard Shakhtar Donetsk

MID Lucas Leiva* Liverpool

MID Lucas Moura* PSG

FW Fred Fluminense

FW Hulk Zenit St. Petersburg

FW Jo Atlético Mineiro

FW Neymar Barcelona

FW Alan Kardec* Sao Paulo

*Denotes alternate

Brazil is expected to be super charged on the attack, even if they don’t win. And that’s going to be exciting to watch. Neymar who comes to Brazil World Cup 2014 groups has scored 15 goals and assisted in scoring 11. Neymar, 22, can remake games easily with his spontaneous ability to master mind fresh new opportunities on the field.

It is possible that Neymar could finish his career with three world cups just like Pele.

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