Brazil World Cup 2014 groups are getting rid for 2014 FIFA World Cup just around the corner. Here’s a peek at the best matches in the group. In the group stage, defending champs Spain, host Brazil and power-packed Italy are playing in ‘can’t miss’ matches.
Be sure to watch these group matches for some terrific action play at the World Cup 2014:
Spain vs. Netherlands in Group B
This is the first game of Group B play and is a repeat performance of the 2010 Fifa World Cup final with Spain meeting the Netherland in Salvador, Brazil. Some of the key players in this match include Vincenre offers a familiar picture to the new Spanish side from the leftover 2010 squad.Meanwhile, Lous Van Gaal, brings to the Netherlands a combination o f veterans and new players to the Word Cup. There will be a spedial emphasis on defending and goalkeeping. The game will be aired on June 13:2:30. ET
England vs. Italy in Group D
Group D is a difficult group, and both England and Italy will be trying stay in the match. Later, Uruguay and its star striker Luis suarez. England has typically been classified as underachievers in the world cup and this time around England may try to save its reputation with Wayne Rooney, despite a victory in 1966.
Italian striker Mario Balotelli was quoted as saying, “Three Lions have no chance of winning this World Cup. “They have some good players, but they are no real rivals for Italy,” Balotelli said. On June 14, we’ll find out. (June 14, 5:30 p.m. ET, ESPN).
Germany Vs, PortugalThe June 16th match will likely determine the teams that wil advance out of the ‘group of death.’ Germany is a favorite in any World Cup tournament but with Christiano Ronaldo, arguably the best player in the tournament, is expected to capitalize on his scoring opportunities.